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Lent is More About Maturation, Less About M&M’s

As you know, the season of Lent has been buried under a great weight of superstitions and silly practices that make us want to run far far away from any association with those things. At the same time we understand that just because certain branches of the church abuse a thing – whether raising hands in worship, or praying a written prayer in unison – it doesn’t mean that there is no wisdom or obedience in the practice, and it doesn’t mean that we should abandon it altogether.

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The Mother of All Sin

In the classic movie Shenandoah, Jimmy Stewart plays a hard-working family farmer from Virginia who is doing his best to stay out of the conflict that becomes the War Between the States. In one scene he offers grace before a meal, praying,

Lord, we cleared this land. We plowed it, sowed it, and harvest it. We cooked the harvest. It wouldn’t be here and we wouldn’t be eating it if we hadn’t done it all ourselves. We worked dog-bone hard for every crumb and morsel, but we thank you Lord just the same for the food we’re about to eat, amen.

Well, that sounds like a real salt-of-the-earth prayer, Jimmy, but let me ask you – where did the land come from? Or the soil, the seeds, the sun, the rain? The birds and the bees to pollinate your crops? The energy and the health you were given to enable you to work “dog-bone hard”? Who made the plants grow? Who takes that food that you have harvested and eaten and nourishes you by it? In fact when you look at it that way, your work is just a small part of the bigger miracle that takes food from the ground to the table to your belly to give you life. Everything is a gift. Everything is grace. Read more

Don’t Be Like Cain – Virgil Hurt

I John 3:11-24

Pastor Virgil Hurt closes the 2015 Family Conference with a message on loving one another

Knowing and Obeying God’s Law: The Sixth Word – Duane Garner

Exodus 20:16

Many historians have noted that the past century was the bloodiest century in human history. At no point over the past hundred or so years has the world known any kind of prolonged period of peace. We have been and remain in a state of perpetual warfare that has brought a staggering number Read more

Knowing and Obeying Gods Law: The Fifth Word – Duane Garner

Exodus 20:12

People everywhere are pursuing longer, happier lives through diet, exercise, education, medicine and good clean living. But God never built into any of those things promises for a long and happy life. The one thing that God has promised to bring us longevity and prosperity is obedience to the fifth commandment, Read more