Knowledge Helps Us Love

    02.26.20 | Pastor's Notes | by John Jones

    Last week’s passage (Romans 13.8-14) challenged us with the surprising relationship between love for others, and the knowledge of and obedience to God’s moral law for us in the Ten Commandments.

      Poetry as a Lens for the World

      02.25.20 | Pastor's Notes | by John Jones

      Last Wednesday Dr. Robert Erle Barham delivered a masterful talk at Covenant College, Seeing the World Through Poetry.   Dr. Barham is associate professor of English at Covenant College who studied at UMC-Chapel Hill and Queen’s...

        Help Me Pray

        02.20.20 | Discipleship | by John Jones

        This week I’d like to share some worthwhile resources. We know that the Holy Spirit guides us in prayer (Rom. 8.26; Gal. 4.6; Jn. 14.16), and we know that Scripture warns against praying mindlessly (Mt. 6.7) and growing lax in our prayer...

          Look at the Birds

          02.13.20 | by Jeremiah Hill

          “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they...

            Hope Was Running Dry

            02.06.20 | by Eric Mullinax

            How dry is dry? Elijah predicted years in Israel (1 Kings 17.1) when there would be neither dew nor rain. (Now, that’s pretty dry!) After this revelation to Ahab, God sent the prophet to a brook where he found water to drink. There, he was...

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