Marytha and Lazarus

Charles Hodges

Charles Hodges

My favorite book in the Bible is John’s Gospel. It is full of really good stories and one of them has to do with a family that had a loved one who was sick. The story of Lazarus, Martha, and Mary in chapter eleven is familiar to most. In it is a wonderful four point sermon that tells us how to help those who are ill and the families who love them. The four points are know, plan, care, and do. Continue reading

Why I Wrote “Pray About Everything”

Paul Tautges

Paul Tautges

A life of prayer is irrefutable proof of God-dependency. This is true not only of the individual believer, but also of the church. Prayer is direct communication with God. It is crucial, therefore, that we understand how God directs us to speak with Him. Continue reading

The Beauty of Confrontation

Beverly Moore

Beverly Moore

Confrontation is not easy, but it glorifies God when we are willing to risk a person’s rejection and/or anger by speaking the truth in love when we see someone caught in sin. This demonstrates true love for God and for others and so fulfills God’s greatest commandments. Continue reading