As I was looking through the gospels the other day, I noticed that those who came to Jesus Christ were usually coming to him out of desperation.
This coming Sunday evening, our church embarks on what is the largest and most important outreach activity that we do every year. It is called vacation Bible school.
In our country, we have just observed Memorial Day. It is fitting to remember all those who have served to make sure freedom can be enjoyed, and to remember those who have given their very lives for that freedom.
The story of the ten virgins has always been one of my favorites Jesus told. I love the symbolism and especially the comparison it makes to our day.
The University of Miami will soon launch its search for a scholar of atheism, humanism and secularism after a $2.2 million donation paved the way for the nation's first academic chair for the study of nonbelief.
School is usually a place where adults are in charge and kids are expected to follow. Adults make the rules, adults make the consequences and adults are the leaders.
"Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flows from heaven to the soul." — Unknown
One thing we can count on is that life will have some detours. I don't care how much you know or think you may know, or how much experience you have in life, you will have detours.
When teenagers lament, "But that's not fair!" parents often retort, "Well, life isn't fair."
Andrea Revethis left her six-hour marriage prep class on May 14 feeling grateful and excited. She hadn't necessarily planned on taking relationship advice from Catholic leaders when she envisioned her dream wedding, but friends had encouraged her to give the Pre-Cana program a try.
Christians around the world have waited for the glorious return of Jesus Christ for millennia. The Bible says no man knows and not even the angels know the time of Jesus' coming. But when Saint Paul spoke to the Thessalonians, he said children of light will know the season.
Odis Banks was on his way to pay a bill when his day had a sudden turn of events. After waiting for five minutes in a turning lane to turn into the parking lot, he heard honking, and yelling from several drivers to “Get out the way.” The horns and comments were directed toward a white truck that was stopped in the middle of traffic.
Because we are living, breathing beings, we all will die one day. Death is a fact of life that even the smart and rich will experience. It is inevitable.
After Jesus Christ's resurrection and ascension, the New Testament church was born with Spirit-filled believers who were being transformed.
Our choir sings a song that I find so powerful. It is titled, "We Will Remember."
As we stand in the middle of this year, many things have transpired, and many people have come and gone.
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Most senior proms are dances filled with high school students nearing the end of their high school career and preparing for better days ahead. But ...
The Bible is filled with stories of angels singing praises as they bring heavenly messages to earth. In fact, there is an entire section of ...
This summer I will be teaching on a series of messages titled "Breakfast with Jesus."
Do you remember the Nike advertising campaign, "Just do it?"