The Gospel is Not on Pause

At first blush, the combination of stay-at-home mandates, social separation, and masked faces make sharing the gospel right now seem impossible. Where do you go from here? The believers at Philippi struggled with similar questions as the Apostle Paul entered two years under house arrest. With the early church’s best gospel preacher sidelined, evangelistic ministry appeared out of reach. But …

The New March Madness

My wife’s cell phone vibrated with an emergency alert at 6:39 PM last night. The urgent message began with two unexpected words, “Be kind.” Wow! That’s quite a warning as we all adjust to this new version of March Madness. With toilet paper and other staples in short supply, kindness can quickly evaporate into rudeness. I Corinthians 13:5 reminds us …

The Christian and the Coronavirus

Our world seems upside down right now. Whether it’s the Coronavirus, politics, tornadoes in Tennessee, or the wild stock market…  there’s so much unrest and chaos. We are told in Philippians 4:6, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God.”  Easier said than done, right? One of …