There have been some popular “lasts” recently. One of the biggest movies of the past year is The Last Jedi – the latest Star Wars movie that shows us that Luke Skywalker is truly the last jedi. A big news article recently has been about Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world […]
OK, bad joke time: God said to Adam, “Adam, I plan to give you a helper. Someone who will love you, and respect you, and cook, clean, do the dishes, do the laundry, and be everything you ever wanted.” Adam exclaimed, “Wow! What will that cost me?” God replied, “Just your arm and a leg.” […]
Motivational speaker Jack Canfield said “Don’t worry about failures. Worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” I think that Peter would have liked that quote. We know a lot of stories about Peter – some are flattering and some are not. He boldly proclaimed Jesus as the Son of God and led […]
This Sunday we will look at the story of Jacob and Esau.
Join us this Sunday as we look at Genesis 3 – The Fall.
We will look at Psalm 51 on February 18th since we didn’t get to on February 11th because of the ice. Here is a description of the upcoming sermon: When are your kids the sorriest for something they did wrong? It’s not when they’re doing it. It’s not when they think they’ve gotten away with […]
When are your kids the sorriest for something they did wrong? It’s not when they’re doing it. It’s not when they think they’ve gotten away with it. Rather, it’s when they’ve been caught. The truth is that people might try to get away with things, but then, when they are caught, many people do feel […]
In 2010 Lee Joon-seok was the poster boy of his South Korean ferry company. The company even featured him as the captain in one of their promotional videos. Then, in 2014, his boat started to capsize. After a series of unfortunate decisions and then jumping overboard while there were still passengers on his ship, Lee Joon-seok was […]
There’s a story about Leonardo da Vinci when he was painting his famous “The Last Supper.” He had gotten so upset with a fellow painter that he painted that guy’s face as the face of Judas Iscariot. As work continued on the painting and friends saw his work in progress, they no doubt new who […]
The 2008 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony in Beijing was quite spectacular. Over 14,000 performers danced, played music, and put on a spectacle that hasn’t been matched since. My favorite part was the fou drum performance. 2008 drummers (get it – 2008?) played the traditional Chinese drums with precision. It was truly impressive (check it out […]