Category Archives: 2016 Top Posts

3 Essentials of A Good Sermon

This February post shared almost 100 times was one of the top 12 for 2016.



A preacher was greeting folks at the door after the service. A woman said, “Preacher, that was a very good sermon.”

Modestly the preacher replied “Thank you, but I have to give the credit to the LORD.”

“Well, It wasn’t THAT good!” she responded.

What is a good sermon?

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How Should Christians Respond to the Bathroom Battles?

While we are on a holiday break, we’re reblogging the 12 top most read posts of 2016. This one came in at #12.


Bathroom battles

This is a confusing and frustrating time for Christians.

Homosexual relations, same-sex marriage, and transgender rights are more than social or political issues, they speak to Biblical principles. Our moral foundation. And our spiritual values. We have occasionally addressed these issues from the perspective of “What does the Bible say?”

The latest cultural bombshell now involves the use of public restroom facilities.

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As we stand on the brink of 2017, I’m reminded of the words of the famous philosopher Dr. Seuss who said.

“How did it get so late so soon?
It’s night before it’s afternoon.
December is here before it’s June.
My goodness how the time has flewn.
How did it get so late so soon?” Continue reading


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