Christians are often quick to place their trust in saviors that offer to hope of salvation. In this message, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches the ancient call to worship found in Psalm 146, and the strength it holds for our faith today.
The Greek story of Antaeus is a myth of warning. You may remember that Antaeus was a giant who was the offspring of Mother Earth in Greek mythology. He always slept on the ground in order to maintain and to increase his strength, for he drew his strength from the earth. One day, he and… Read more »
For many years the California coast town of Monterey was a pelican’s paradise. As the fishermen cleaned their fish they threw off the leftover parts and they fed these pelicans. The birds, from these gifts of these fishermen, grew fat, lazy, and contented. Eventually, the leftovers of the fish were utilized; they were able to… Read more »
Years ago in a Nike commercial, Charles Barkley declared, “I am not a role model.” With this commercial Barkley set ablaze a controversy among sports enthusiasts in regards to a question that is still burning: should athletes be viewed as role models? Barkley argued that kids should look up to moms and dads, teachers, and… Read more »
Who is supposed to lead the church? The answer to this question creates much controversy from denomination to denomination and from church to church. Some say the elders in each local church are to lead. “No, the whole congregation is to vote.” “No, a presbytery made up of elders from various local churches has the… Read more »