This is my last article. My best conservative estimate is that over the years I have written about 1,500 bulletin articles. I began in about 1986 and, except for the time I was in school, I have published weekly articles almost every week, year after year. Very few of...
The Psalms are among the best remedies for those times when we become anxious. That which discourages us or causes us to be afraid has already been experienced by others. So much of what depresses us is put into proper perspective when we read the psalms and are...
In Frank Morison’s book, Who Moved the Stone?, one entire chapter deals with the significance of the stone. He considers the emotions and great surprise of the women–Salome, Mary Magdalene, and Mary, the mother of Jesus–upon arriving at the tomb and...
Even the most avid Bible student probably finds the genealogies of Christ in the gospel accounts of Matthew and Luke to be a less than exciting study. Yet the Holy Spirit inspired two different gospel writers to include His genealogy as a proof that He was uniquely...
Wednesday Night with the Master
Wednesday Night with the Master January 3, 20187:00 pm - 9:00 pm