A Word for the Journey

 

    Snowflakes

    Sun, Jun 12, 2016
    Since last Sunday, Sis. Crystal and I have had all of our children home. This seems to be a rare occurrence in our household. I have often joked about our children moving out, but having them home is been a real treat. Today, Conner leaves to return to Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, DC. We do not ...
     

    What’s in Your Pulpit?

    Thu, Jun 2, 2016
    I am convinced that one reason so many have become disillusioned with God is because in their pulpits, the God they hear about is not the God they read about in the Bible.  Throughout scripture, God warned of “false teacher, false prophets, false doctrines”.  2 Peter 2:1 refers of damnable heresies that would deny the Lord. False Doctrine and Teachings lead someone ...
     

    No Turning Back

    Fri, May 27, 2016
    There is an event in American History that is not spoken of as much as it should be.  It involved the 54th regiment of Massachusetts.  They were under the command of Colonel Robert Shaw.  What made this group so unusual was that every man was black except for Colonel Shaw.  A few years ago, there was movie that brought attention ...
     

    God’s Mercy

    Sun, May 22, 2016
    Can I just take a minute and tell you about stones that were never thrown? We read throughout scripture, God instructed men to build monuments of stone.  Remember, Jacob when he was at Bethel, and the Children of Israel crossed over Jordan they took stones and heaped them up as memorial and monument for future generations. That is only two examples, ...
     

    Sluggish

    Sun, May 15, 2016
    Am I the only one to get frustrated with their cell phone. Lately, my phone has been responding very slowly. I was describing it to someone the other day, and they said, “Oh you mean sluggish.” That’s exactly what I mean. In my frustration at times, when I am trying to use a specific app, I ...
     

    The Impact of Praying Parents

    Wed, May 11, 2016
    It has been 27 years since I received the Holy Ghost.  When I began living for God, I was unmarried, but that did not stop me from observing families. I knew that one day I would be blessed to have a wife and children.  One of my constant prayers was that God would bless me with a Godly wife. God ...
     

    Observing Families

    Sun, May 8, 2016
    It has been 27 years since I received the Holy Ghost. When I began living for God, I was unmarried. However, that did not stop me from observing families. I knew that one day, I would be blessed to have a wife, and children. One of my constant prayers was that God would bless me with a ...
     

    The Answer

    Sat, Apr 30, 2016
    Have you noticed that there are three elements of life that we must learn how to deal with? The past-This is something that we all have. Whether it’s good or bad, we all have one. Too often, we look back and it is quite normal to have feel sadness, bitterness, anger and regret. So, how do you handle your past? The present-Here ...
     

    Nosing Around

    Sun, Apr 17, 2016
    My wife and I have a cute and very inquisitive Westie named Baylee. She loves to go places and every time we take her for a walk she “noses” around. She will sniff every square inch of ground, some times two or three times. You all know what I’m talking about, it’s what dogs do. We use ...
     

    Thank You, Pastor!

    Fri, Apr 15, 2016
    This Word for the Journey is from Bro. Tim Thomas. If there is one Pastor that truly walks in the footsteps of God, it’s our Pastor, David Johnston. Unlike us in the workplace, you lead our volunteer army and face an enemy we may or may not encounter on a regular basis. A Pastor gives his life to serve people ...