Jesus and those little political signs

Hello church family, this is Pastor Phil.  If you drive through any local neighborhood, you’ll find those little, plastic political signs skewered into your neighbor’s lawns. With each sign that person is declaring who they think would be the best person for a political office. You can actually make a game out of locating theContinue reading “Jesus and those little political signs”

Respect is…Christian?

Our political climate at the moment is interesting to say the least, but not unusual. I remember visiting the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Texas a few years ago where Lee Harvey Oswald shot President Kennedy. I was amazed to see in the museum a display with a full page newspaper ad thatContinue reading “Respect is…Christian?”

Everyone has an opinion…

    On January 20, 2016 President Trump was sworn into office as President of the United States. Obviously, over the past few days there has been a lot of feelings and opinions on this. From anguish, dismay, outcry, depression, violence and wanting to blow up the white house to the other end of joy,Continue reading “Everyone has an opinion…”

It’s not going to be paradise…but it won’t be the end of the world either.

The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned. You have enlarged the nation and increased their joy they rejoice before you as people rejoice at the harvest -Isaiah 9:2-3 This week on Friday we will be welcoming a new president to ourContinue reading “It’s not going to be paradise…but it won’t be the end of the world either.”

God’s Secure Promises in every Season (and a little about politics too…)

Who are you going to vote for in next year’s election? (No, don’t tell me; I really don’t need to know!) Do you remember who you voted for in the previous presidential elections? I do, but I’ve not been around very long in voting terms. The earliest I remember is Carter, but for me itContinue reading “God’s Secure Promises in every Season (and a little about politics too…)”