On December 25th, our nation and most of the world celebrates a holiday. Not just any holiday – like President’s Day, Veterans Day, Labor Day, and so on – but a holiday that brings about massive amounts of change. It is as if the holidays on the calendar build throughout the year to a crescendo/finale/climax with the Christmas holiday. It …
Charles R. Swindoll Pastor at Stonebriar Community Church Frisco, TX Overcoming Obstacles Boot Camp at Cherith 1 Kings 17:1-7 “I am going to cut you down to size!” If I heard that once during the ten weeks I spent in a U.S. Marine Corps boot camp over forty years ago, I must have heard it a dozen times. As I recall, …
He Got Up
Paul reminds us that we have a responsibility to Gospel the Gospel. We have to be found telling the truth about Jesus.
He Came Back
It would have been news enough that Christ rose from the dead, but the good news was that He rose for us.
Easter as an Earthquake
God did on Easter in invading the tomb what God did on Christmas in a virgin’s womb
On Mission For Jesus
The Lord has taken a risk on us. There is a theological term for it: GRACE. How can you steward the risk Jesus has taken on you?
How Faith Matures | Exodus 13:1-16
For in God’s instructions to the children of Israel, He supplies us with the biblical pattern of how faith begins and faith matures.
Working in the Lion’s Den: Faithful Service in a Pagan Culture
This is a time for courage; to work as if God were on our side, for He is.
Into a Far Country: The Parable of the Two Sons
It is Jesus who wanders into the far country to retrieve both sons who are equally wayward and lost. Come home O’ sinner, Come home.
What’s So Amazing About Easter?
Luke 24: 5-12 The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the crowning event of all history. C.S. Lewis says, “Rather than hearing new ideas, sometimes we need to be reminded of old truths.” And this is a truth that never gets old for us. You see, all of us must understand that the resurrection of Jesus Christ can have huge implications …