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Nawho? Why We Need to Preach from the Most Neglected Book of the Bible

Though Nahum is an ancient message, today's modern church needs to hear what this minor prophet had to say.
O Altar, Altar

A prophecy against a false altar
Jacob, Jacob: A Reunion Story

The text is taken from Genesis 46, beginning with verse 1.
The True Path for Enjoying God’s Best in Life

An Introduction to the Ten Commandments: Why Study the Ten Commandments?
‘Take Words’: Hosea 14:1-9

Where in Scripture do you turn for encouragement? How many would give the Old Testament prophets as their answer? I’ll wager that many of us would say we find their poetry hard to understand and their words of judgment—well…something other than encouraging.

What Every Father Needs to Hear

The Bible is very practical and plain, sometimes disturbingly so. As in the case of the historical account of King David and his son Absalom. David was a great man, but he was guilty of great sin, which infected his home.

Creation Care: Can Our Planet Survive?

The oceans, forests, plains, rivers, lakes—all of that—it all belongs to God. You heard the old hymn earlier, "This Is My Father's World." In the early chapters of Genesis, God gives instructions as to how we're supposed to take care of this planet. There are really four key instructions that He delivered. He said He wanted us to subdue it, rule over it, work it and take care of it.

A Homiletical Spiral for Preaching Old Testament Narratives

Bearing in mind the danger of forcing passages to "speak to me where I am", let us take a closer look at I Kgs 13:1-6.
Confessions of an Ignoramus

Three words have brought liberty to my life. Ready? Here they are: I don’t know.
God Delights in Obedience (Luke 5:1-11)

Have you ever made a decision to obey God as a way of life?
Building Godly Marriages and 'God Kids' (Mal. 2:10-16)

This is what we are supposed to be doing, raising well-rounded kids--physically, intellectually, spiritually and socially.

Lent: Attentiveness and Indifference: How Jesus Flunked!

Lent: Attentiveness and Indifference: How Jesus Flunked!