The gospel is to be preached to the entire world.
I was reading in the book of Romans recently and came across a simple statement which says, "For God does not show favoritism."
It has been said that if we don't learn from our past, we are bound to repeat it.
Sometimes the simple things in life can brighten a person's day.
Many people in Liberty County and the surrounding coastal area remember the "good old days" - times when life seemed easier and families seemed closer.
In Psalm 13, David says, "I will sing to the Lord, for he has been good to me." Have you ever asked yourself this question, "How has God been good to me?"
The mystery of salvation has been revealed to man.
The changes made in technology in my lifetime continue to amaze me. Take the telephone. In the house where I grew up we had one telephone. It was attached to the wall with a cord, and had a rotary dial. Until I was about 12 it was a "party line." And until I was 16 the cord on the phone was three feet long. That restricted any private conversations.
The Bible is full of stories that bring hope to our lives.
Christian Chapman is hailed as an amazing evangelist and travels extensively to spread the gospel.
In the book of Acts - Chapter 4, to be exact - we are introduced to a man named Joseph, but who was given the nickname Barnabas.
In the movie "Field of Dreams," a farmer named Ray Kinsella heard a voice say, "If you build it, he will come." We discovered that "he" referred to Ray's father.
A steady diet of the word of God will help us realize our need for God in our lives more each day. It will also help us come to realize our responsibility to "feed" the starving masses with this same word.
In two short months, this church has taken off to a wonderful start.
Disease is a horrible thing, especially those that have no known cure.
For founders of the first Buddhist Greek organization on a U.S. college campus, striving to show compassion proves more important than starting controversy.