Archive for October, 2016

Discouragement, a Cure

Saturday, October 29th, 2016

What discourages you as a Christian? You can look at it in a few ways. One, you could say that you are discouraged because you fail to think about the truth, such as your position in and future with Jesus Christ. That remains true during whatever you face on earth. This really is a choice […]

The Nation

Saturday, October 22nd, 2016

When you look at what’s happening in our nation right now, you should consider that the United States has been a very, very special country and this era in history in this country as very unique in a very good way. I know that’s a lot of “very.” It is “very” though. Most of the […]

Be a Friend to Someone in the Church

Saturday, October 15th, 2016

I heard someone call his church once, “A small church with a big ministry.” By almost anyone’s judgment of size of church, our church isn’t very big. A lot gets done by our church if you consider especially what people do at Bethel Christian Academy. I recognize that I want more as leader of our […]

29th Anniversary of the Church

Saturday, October 8th, 2016

This month will end the 29th year since the first service here in the Bay Area, meaning that the following October 18 will mark 30. I can say in those 29 years that God has never been unfaithful to me and that He has not failed in those 29 years to keep His promises to […]

Cooperating with Authority

Saturday, October 1st, 2016

Most of the ten commandments are “Thou shalt not.” Based on a particular view them, one that isn’t true, you could keep them by doing nothing. Think of something parallel to that. Your child says, “I didn’t do anything wrong.” You could ask, “Did you do anything right?” If my dad said, “Come here,” I […]