Most of us at one time or another have had to work for or along side some very difficult and unpleasant people. When we find ourselves in these situations, it makes being productive much more difficult; probably we don’t even want to go to work. But the greater problem is often attitudes of the
Jude 1:2 & 2 Peter 1:2 talks about having more peace, grace, joy, and love than we actually need. Jude and Peter refer to having an “abundance.” Is it possible to live out of the overflow? For many people, they live by just barely getting by … constantly scraping the bottom of the barrel. In
On April 1-2, Kingswood University will have a Festival on Preaching, featuring Rev. Dr. Steve DeNeff, Lead Pastor of College Wesleyan Church in Marion, Indiana, and Dr. Lenny Luchetti, Professor at Wesley Seminary in Marion as well. Workshops throughout the day will give pastors helps for sharpening their skills in preaching the Word. The Festival is presented in conjunction with the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches, The Wesleyan Church, and The Buckingham Leadership Institute.
Is there a difference between belief and faith? The answer, in part, is found in Jame’s statement in James 2:19 where he says, “You believe that there is one God. Good! Even the demons believe that – and shudder.” The acknowledgement in our head that something is factual is important; but faith is more than
In Luke 3:7-8, John the Baptist found himself facing a situation many pastors still face today … that is… dealing with people who say they have repented of their sins, yet the evidence of their life indicates they have not truly repented. John said, “Produce fruit in keeping with repentance.” What is the fruit or