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Proper 15: The Purpose of God’s Blessing

In South Korea, every 12th grader has the SAT college entrance exams on the same day in November. On that day, their mothers gather together in Buddhist temples, cathedrals or churches to pray for a good score. For some of the religious institutions, it is one of the most significant days for their financial receipts because mothers donate a lot of money as part of their praying for the SAT. When their children get a good score, parents believe their god has blessed them.

Of Whom the World Is Not Worthy

This sermon on faith, which takes a look at the lesser-known names in the Hebrews 11 "Honor Roll" of faith, aims to move, strengthen, and encourage us through stories of faithful people who were just like us.

So You’re Not A Visionary

There it is again, that word. If I hear it again, I think I'm going to scream. The word is "vision," its kissin' cousin, "visionary." These are the modern mantras of leadership. A leader must be a visionary, a "vision caster." He must know where h

The Hope of Human History

The Hope of Human History (Fifth in a Series) Daniel 2:34-35, 44-45 In the words of Daniel, the dream is certain, and its interpretation is sure. (Dan. 2:45) There is coming a day when this stone cut without human hands will smite the statue at its feet, at the time