March 5, 2019 · 7:01 am
Yesterday one of my friends on facebook saw some of our pictures with the brethren in Costa Rica and shared this post.
“And this is how I want to spend my ‘retirement.’ Y’all are sprinting to the finish line!! I love it.”
I chuckled. Then I thought “sprinting toward the finish line” means I’m nearing the end of the race. So I responded, “I hadn’t thought about it exactly like that. Maybe you could say we’re starting the last lap.” Continue reading →
January 7, 2019 · 6:52 am
Norma Jean and I are spending the month of January on the southeast coast of Florida in the area of Ft. Lauderdale, often called the gold coast.
We have been invited to work with the Northside church and their preacher, my good friend, Steve McAllister. I am preaching every Sunday morning and teaching the Bible class. Our theme for the month is “Pressing Toward the Prize” We are studying the book of Philippians in the Bible class and presenting sermons around the theme that encourages us to “press on.”
Here are a few thoughts from yesterday’s lessons. Continue reading →
May 16, 2017 · 5:29 am
We’re all familiar with the Biblical metaphors and descriptions of the devil.
Prince of Darkness.
Your adversary. Continue reading →
June 28, 2016 · 5:09 am
“What have we come to?” asks Dee Bowman in his June column from Pressing On Magazine.
To cite his concerns, Dee shares the following examples from our sin-sick society.
- I saw a commercial that advertises a place that has “just the right amount of wrong.” What have we come to? Continue reading →