Repentance: Parable of the Fig Tree

Jesus loved using analogies for the Kingdom and what is required to enter. Right before sharing the Parable of the fig tree he was speaking first about how sin leads to death and repentance leads to life. What was He trying to tell them? Living a life in sin equals death but living in and … Continue reading Repentance: Parable of the Fig Tree


Time To Worship

Every minute of every day is a time to worship. It really depends on the type of worship you are doing but if it is glorifying God it is worship. My daughter Katrina and her friend Kyle were challenged by me the other night and 15 minutes after the challenge was issued, this is the … Continue reading Time To Worship

Preparing for Worship: Didache 14

This is the 14th out of 16 Teachings of the Apostles found in what is known as the Didache, a writing that is said to have originated in the Community of Believers in Christ before Paul was sent on His journey.  This teaching of the Apostles has some difficulties. As Christians today celebrate the Lord’s … Continue reading Preparing for Worship: Didache 14

The Foolishness of Hoarding Earthly Riches

Jesus spoke about many different aspects of worldly things and how those need to change in order to get back to God. In the Parable of the Rich Fool, Jesus speaks of a materialist who hoarded things that made himself lazy, paying more attention to the world and less of God. He has no concern … Continue reading The Foolishness of Hoarding Earthly Riches

How is Your Heart Health

Our bodies are similar in that we have skin, bone, muscle, hair, intestines, etc. Our bodies differ when it comes to the shade of brown that colors our skin, our eyes, our biological gender, and other features. But there is one part of the body that is completely unique to all yet has a purpose … Continue reading How is Your Heart Health

Support Your Local Pastor

Support for modern day religious leaders is monetarily. Did you know that that is NOT what God intended? Going way back to the Levites, they were not given a land inheritance of their own but received a portion to live on within the tribes and were the prophets and priests the people went to in … Continue reading Support Your Local Pastor

Sharing Faith

  There is a difference between Openly sharing your Faith and sharing your faith openly Jesus was speaking about the personal relationship God desires with us during His Sermon on the Mount. To get His point across He spoke of those who parade their faith seeking accolades and fame: “Beware of practicing your righteousness before … Continue reading Sharing Faith

Resurrection Day NOT Happy Bunny Day

I was thumbing through Facebook after checking the Ministry Page and saw that someone was wishing Happy Bunny Day. Being the kind of person I am I was slightly distraught at seeing this but instead of correcting the person individually and causing a stir I decided to write this here.  Are we to Celebrate the … Continue reading Resurrection Day NOT Happy Bunny Day

Welcome In The Name Of The Lord: Didache 12

Everyone has something that makes them special. No I am not going all Veggie Tales on you. When a person comes into the community we should welcome then in the name of the Lord but then what do we do?? Welcome anyone coming in the name of the Lord. Receive everyone who comes in the … Continue reading Welcome In The Name Of The Lord: Didache 12

What, We Worry???

Alfred E. Neuman the caricature on Mad Magazine had a famous saying, “What, Me Worry?” He wasn’t worried about anything. Mankind has the opposite problem especially when it comes to wondering how they will survive. Jesus gives a very insightful look on the difference between how we attempt to take care of ourselves and how … Continue reading What, We Worry???