December 9, 2018
How, during the Christmas season, do we become a thorn in the side of the world, our flesh, and the devil? Drill down to Jesus! Let the lion’s share of your celebrating be towards the Lion of Judah!
December 3, 2018
Funeral services for Sylvia Thogmartin were held at Millersport Covenant Church on Monday, December 3, 2018. This an audio recording of the entire service (but not the graveside service).
December 2, 2018
For those in Christ, we not only groan in the midst of sufferings inherent with this fallen world, we also groan for a coming Better Day. We groan for the culmination of our adoptions as God’s children. And we especially groan to be in the glorious presence of our Lord…
November 25, 2018
Is there hope for us former slaves of sin who were once bound for death? Romans 7:24-25 is more than hopeful when it says: “What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death? Thanks be to God, who delivers me through Jesus Christ our Lord!” Hope for liberation? A thousand times yes!
November 18, 2018
Could today be the day of your healing from sin? Better yet, could today be the day you meet the Healer, the Forgiver of sins, the One who makes whole, the One who saves, the One who gives life forevermore?
November 11, 2018
Proverbs 20:29 says: “The glory of young men is their [physical] strength, and the honor of aged men is their gray head [representing wisdom and experience].” (AMP) Ideally every church should have a healthy balance of both young and old…
November 4, 2018
God’s Word is never old fashioned or culturally irrelevant. It’s always spot on and it often reveals where we’re way off. That’s not only true now, but also down through the ages…
October 28, 2018
What are you doing in the name of the Lord that honors Him? Glorifies Him? Are you driven by consumption or production? As a believer are you merely taking in and filling up or are you spilling over, going forth, serving, helping, giving, doing?
October 21, 2018
Our Lord’s steadfast love, His unceasing mercies, and His ever so great faithfulness cannot help but create gratitude in our hearts–especially when we realize they’re totally undeserved. When gratitude becomes an epidemic it cannot help but inundate those round about us.
October 14, 2018
The Apostle Paul once had a religious pedigree that made him a rising star in the Jewish faith. With great zeal he sought to wipe out those claiming faith in Christ. But then he met Jesus. Jesus made him blind so he could see.