Category Archives: Commitment

I Don’t Want To Grow Up

by Jim Mickells | via The Hickory Heights Messenger Sylvia and I were watching America’s Funniest Home Videos on night a few years ago, when a teacher asked some of their students a question. There were two young boys, about … Continue reading

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Peaks & Valleys of Faith

by William J. Stewart Peaks and valleys in life is a common thing. Whether we are talking about our relationships, career, health, finances, emotional well being, or faith, there will be high and low moments. A survey of what we know … Continue reading

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Today

by William J. Stewart Did you make some new year’s resolutions for 2017? Perhaps you’d like to improve your health, or your financial position, or a relationship, or some other thing. I hope as you take stock of where your … Continue reading

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Keeping the Christ in Christianity

by William J. Stewart A common maxim postulated by some this time of year is the need to keep the Christ in Christmas. Such vehemently affirm Jesus was born on December 25; and He is the reason for the season. … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Day

by Sean P. Cavender | The Bald Knob Builder The New Testament church has had the long-standing practice of meeting and assembling for worship on the first day of the week since the church began. In keeping with the practice … Continue reading

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Fear And Serve God

Apathy or Piety | Lessons from Malachi | William J. Stewart Recently I read a short clip about a robbery at a local church. No value was set on what had been stolen, but the suspects were identified and the … Continue reading

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Honour Your Commitment

Apaty or Piety | Lessons from Malachi | William J. Stewart In Matthew 21, Jesus spoke of a man who asked his sons to work in his vineyard. One son refused, but afterward changed his mind. The other son said … Continue reading

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Going Through The Motions

Apathy or Piety | Lessons From Malachi | William J. Stewart As you read through Malachi 1, it is not difficult to see that the people in Malachi’s day were simply going through the motions when it came to their service … Continue reading

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Fathers In The Bible

by William Stewart There is no shortage of fathers in the Bible. Certainly not every man we read of on it’s pages was a father, but I suspect the vast majority were. Doubtless, there are plenty of lessons we can learn, … Continue reading

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Your Reasonable Service

William J. Stewart | Texts To Pause & Ponder On The book of Romans is filled with many great statements. The book begins with the declaration that the gospel “…is the power of God to salvation…” (1:16), and ends with the … Continue reading

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