A Legacy That Outlast Our Lives

“The great use of life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.” — William James We all have people in our lives that we never got a chance to meet personally, but really wish we would have had the opportunity to do so. Those men and women that followed Jesus in such … Continue reading A Legacy That Outlast Our Lives

New Year, New You

There are basically two types of people when it comes to a new year: 1) there are those that love to make New Year's Resolutions AND 2) those that loathe making New Year's Resolutions. The funny thing is that regardless of which camp you fall into...almost half of our goals will be forgotten by the end of … Continue reading New Year, New You

Wonderful Counselor

This Sunday we started our new Christmas series, "Unto Us". This series is based on some of the most famous prophecies about the Messiah in the Bible. These prophesies were made by the prophet Isaiah 700 years before the birth of Jesus.  Isaiah 7:14 Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and … Continue reading Wonderful Counselor

#2 – Is Your Spouse Invisible?

How often do you tell your wife she is beautiful or your husband that he is handsome? Do your eyes still light up with they walk in the room? Or does your spouse feel invisible? As a pastor, I talk to far too many marriages that are struggling and in trouble. These couples start out … Continue reading #2 – Is Your Spouse Invisible?

#3 – 5 Types of Church Cultures

I’ve been reading “Cracking Your Church’s Culture Code: 7 Keys to Unleashing Vision & Inspiration” by Samuel Chand. In his book, Dr. Chand lists 5 types of organizational cultures found in churches. Based on my experience over the years, I’ve seen these characteristics play out in the culture of healthy churches and churches that aren’t … Continue reading #3 – 5 Types of Church Cultures