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Love and Marriage

For many Christians I Corinthians 13 is their favorite passage of scripture. And for good reason: it speaks to the very heart and soul of human existence. Paul paints a most moving, beautiful picture of love. Nothing else speaks as elegantly about love as these few words. The sheer power of these words, however, presents […]

Only God Knows

These are times we truly say, “only God knows.” Humbled by the health & financial impact of COVID-19, our current social unrest to heal racial wounds, plus the controversies that come with a major political election year – we are leaning all the more into God’s providential care. We know not only that God knows […]

What’s in Your Pocket

I sighed as I looked over the Sunday School lesson for the week. Just another lesson on stewardship, I acknowledged. It seems such lessons come around more often than ever. My interest was pricked, however, as the teacher began the lesson. He laid out on a small table several items including a cell phone, a […]

From the Prayer Ministry

Written by Alison Carnahan, coordinator of the Prayer Ministry  “Praise be to you, LORD, the God of our father Israel, from everlasting to everlasting. Yours, LORD, is the greatness and the power and the glory and the majesty and the splendor, for everything in heaven and earth is yours. Yours, LORD, is the kingdom; you […]

The Power of Clear Communication

We live an age of communication miracles. Live TV pictures flash wonderfully clear from space probes millions of miles out in the solar system. Anyone can pick up a push button telephone and converse with someone else anywhere in the world within seconds. People talk to computers over long distance lines. Computers communicate with each […]

Why a Love of Missions?

Article written by Krista Tope, Missions Ministry Team Member As I looked up from where I was seated, a young petite girl, maybe in her late teens, peeked her head around the corner from the next room. She was trying to hide a smile that lit up her whole face. I remember she was wearing […]

The Joy of Trials

Article written by Mark Barr, Church Administrator James 1:2-8 (NASB) have been “go to” verses for me for years. “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, so that you may be perfect and complete, lacking […]

Affirmation Begins in the Family

A newborn baby whimpers and squirms right after exiting the birth canal. His mother picks him up and hugs him to her breast. “Now, ” she coos. “It’ will be all right.” He settles down and roots for her nipple. A three-month-old awakens from her nap and glances about the room. Her eyes focus on […]

Marriage Under Construction

Mutually affirming marriages do not just happen. Husbands and wives must work at creating an atmosphere in which their interdependence is expressed in ways that promote growth. Successful marriages are always under construction.Husband and wives are challenged to put their marriages together step by step. It is like building a model airplane. You have to […]

Independence, Dependence, Interdependence

Many people, have a rather cynical attitude about romantic love and the commitment it calls forth. It is fashionable today for men and women to talk about “independence.” To depend on someone, even a mate, seems to be a sign of weakness, or at least, incomplete fulfillment. As my wife and I have moved into […]