Peace During a Crisis
Peace During a Crisis
Jonathon Cherne · Oct 21 5 minute read

God promises perfect peace without exception, and with only one condition to qualify. Trying to qualify for government aid requires you to jump through hoop after hoop, yet God always makes everything He offers simple to obtain. In the case of perfect peace, just keep your mind stayed...

The Church of Pergamos: Revelation 2:12–17
The Church of Pergamos: Revelation 2:12–17
Ashley Perry · Oct 15 5 minute read

Christ's encouragements and rebukes to the Christians of Pergamos apply to us today as well. We too face the choice between spiritual integrity and material gain. It is easy to follow the customs of the world, easy to rationalize that our actions do not impact...

His Everlasting Strength Is Our Peace
His Everlasting Strength Is Our Peace
Doroty Palmer · Oct 8 1 minute read

Peace is freedom. The kind of peace God has promised can only come from Him. It is a peace we can claim...

Where Do You Get Your Power?
Where Do You Get Your Power?
Jonathon Cherne · Sep 30 4 minute read

For most of this world’s history, the primary source of power was wood...Today, we have many choices for sources of power, including solar energy and nuclear reactions. But there is actually another type of power that is essential — spiritual power. We need spiritual power for two primary reasons: 1) to overcome sin; and 2) to change the world.

The Church of Smyrna: Revelation 2:8-11
The Church of Smyrna: Revelation 2:8-11
Ashley Perry · Sep 23 6 minute read

While Smyrna held the largest library in the ancient world, as well as many theaters, pagan temples, and Jewish synagogues, it also harbored an intense animosity towards Christians...Despite the devil’s attempts to crush infant Christianity, it would not only survive but thrive.

An Everlasting Expression of God’s Love
An Everlasting Expression of God’s Love
Deborah A. Maitland · Sep 16 3 minute read

In the midst of a global pandemic and racial uprising, you may ask whether God's Law is still relevant. Why should it matter to us today? To find out, let us explore the Word of God.

Mercy that Endures Forever
Mercy that Endures Forever
Doroty Palmer · Sep 9 5 minute read

When I received the news that my 14-year-old was arrested, my imagination started to run wild...I started to imagine how frightened she must be...

The Law Is the Promise
The Law Is the Promise
Eric Shull · Sep 3 5 minute read

We cannot experience God face-to-face on this earth, but we can experience His law, and our relationship with it reflects our relationship with Him. If we run from the Law here, we will run from God when He is revealed. If we merely endure the Law, we will do no more than endure...

Letter to the Church of Ephesus
Letter to the Church of Ephesus
Ashley Perry · Aug 28 4 minute read

The ancient Christian historian Eusebius records that for many decades after Jesus’ ascension John traveled throughout Asia Minor establishing and building up churches. When Jesus appeared to John on Patmos, He gave specific commendations, rebukes, and promises to seven churches in Asia Minor, modern-day Turkey.

Pray, Wait and Trust
Pray, Wait and Trust
Deborah A. Maitland · Aug 18 2 minute read

God desires to save every person (Ezekiel 33:11). Regardless of how long it takes to see your loved ones come to know the Lord, stand on the promises of Christ and He will not fail you. The key is to pray, wait, and trust.

You Can’t Stand On Promises if You Don’t Know What They Are
You Can’t Stand On Promises if You Don’t Know What They Are
Jonathon Cherne · Aug 14 3 minute read

I have a distinct childhood memory of sitting in church and hearing a group sing “You can’t stand on promises if you don’t know what they are.”...That upbeat ditty left a lasting impression on my young mind.

It Shall Come to Pass
It Shall Come to Pass
Doroty Palmer · Aug 5 3 minute read

What is a promise? It is a declaration that one will do exactly what they say. When God makes a promise, you can count on Him to fulfill it. You can cast all your cares upon Him and run with outstretched arms, expecting it to be realized.