Remember . . .

Remember . . .

When we were little, our moms would call after us as we darted out the door to play with our friends: “Remember to look both ways before you cross the street.” And then when we got... Read More »
Preaching and Easter (Part 1)

Preaching and Easter (Part 1)

Easter (like Christmas) can be a very challenging time for pastors. How do you take “the old, old story” and give it fresh life, meaning, and perspective? Many pastors struggle... Read More »
“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part Three)

“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part Three)

This week, in the aftermath of Easter celebrations, we are looking at a great resurrection text—1 Corinthians 15:1-4. To this point, we have examined the power, history and... Read More »
“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part Two)

“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part Two)

As a post-Easter study, this week we are looking at 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 to see the impact of Christ’s resurrection. Yesterday we began by looking at the power of the gospel.... Read More »
“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part One)

“The Power of the Empty Tomb” (Part One)

With Resurrection day just past, this week we will engage in considering one of the most exciting passages in the New Testament—1 Corinthians 15:1-4. It is a passage rich in... Read More »
“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part Three)

“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part Three)

Today, Good Friday, we conclude our look at contrasts that occurred during the crucifixion of Christ, and to the three we have considered this week we add a final... Read More »
“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part Two)

“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part Two)

This week, we prepare for resurrection Sunday by considering critical contrasts that occurred during the crucifixion of Christ. Yesterday we saw the contrast of light versus darkness,... Read More »
“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part One)

“Contrasts at Calvary” (Part One)

This is Passion week, as we make our way to Easter Sunday, a day in which we celebrate the resurrection and the empty tomb. But, before there can be a glorious resurrection on Sunday... Read More »

Resurrection Reality

The disciples and early followers of our Lord asserted with a zeal born of heartfelt conviction that Jesus of Nazareth was a living Savior, not a martyred teacher and philosopher. They... Read More »
“The Missing Ingredient” (Part Two)

“The Missing Ingredient” (Part Two)

This week we are considering the desperate need for hope among the people of God. Yesterday we tried to clarify what hope is and what it is not. Today, we look at where hope is... Read More »
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