Sunday morning Norma Jean and I worshiped with the Henderson Boulevard brethren and I spoke at their 11:00 AM service. While I came to share a gospel message, I left feeling, as I often do, that I received more than I gave.
Henderson is a warm, caring and loving church. It’s led by men who really understand servant-leadership. And it is obvious there’s a close-knit fellowship among their spiritual family. One of their Shepherds, Ron Drumm, who served as their full-time preacher for over 20 years, spoke at the 9:00 AM communion service. Continue reading
The Emperor, Charlemagne, known also as “Charles the Great,” ruled from of Western Europe from 768-814. He wanted to be remembered as the powerful ruler he was. Legend says that he requested to be entombed sitting on his throne. His crown on His head. His scepter in his hand. And his royal cape draped around his shoulders. Continue reading
People are impressed with power. Military might. Political position. Economic Status. Physical strength. And some people are obsessed with power. They will do anything to get it. And everything to hold on to it. And are in denial when they are unable to demonstrate it. Continue reading