Spiritual storms rage in this world. Christians shouldn’t fear because they have a spiritual storm shelter. But do we use it?
The phrase "kiss the Son lest he be angry" can be confusing. Read on to learn what it means.
We have two different hymnals in the songbook rack on the back of the pews at New Hope. Today, you'll learn how I imagine a song from Psalms being sung.
Recently, our pastor has been preaching from various Psalms. Since I adore this book, I've been interested in the messages. Then came the Sunday when his text was Psalm 23. Good grief, I thought. What can we possibly learn from the most familiar Psalm in the world? Apparently, at least six things that remind us …
Summer’s long days shorten. The scent of cider blots out the smoke of campfires. Kids will return to school. Thus ends the summer of Psalms.
Sometimes Bible study and quiet time becomes prescriptive. That's when journaling God’s Word helps the most.
In keeping with my sudden interest in song lyrics, today's post will focus on one of my favorite Easter-themed songs.
I teach a class of 4th to 8th graders, and we recently traveled through the book of Ezra. Here are some things I thought I knew (but didn’t): Ezra was part of the rebuilding of the post-captivity temple. Nope. That happened as much as FIFTY years before Ezra showed up with the contingent of priests …
Singing makes me happy. Even if I’m sad and I choose a melancholy song, I’ll feel better after singing it.
Many people don’t attend church. They’ve decided they can worship God anywhere and that “traditional” worship services stifle their relationship with God. But church is essential for a Jesus-believer.