Pastor’s Friday Comments (06.05.20)

For ten years I pastored a church with an impressive facade – twelve tall columns (one for each Apostle?) and three sets of massive doors on the main portico. A member of the congregation once politely asked if he could have a professional photographer take his...

From the Music Ministry…

Resources for These Times This month I’m sharing what I use to keep spiritually healthy these days. I use the phrase “these days” intentionally. In this article, I am refraining from using the name(s) of the current pandemic because I believe we are all fully...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (12.20.19)

I’m writing this Monday afternoon while waiting on a tow truck. I stalled on Peachtree Parkway, managed to coast into a parking lot, and got the not-unexpected news that the driver would be there within two hours. The irony is not lost on me that yesterday, using the...

Pastor’s Friday Comments (12.13.19)

Dr. Steven Porter will be leading a joint Sunday School session this Sunday. It’s a big deal and you should come, even if getting up for Sunday School isn’t part of your regular routine. We’ll even serve you breakfast to sweeten the deal (literally). Dr. Porter is...

From the Student Ministry

Jesus in the Old Testament  Or a different wording could be “The central character of the New Covenant in the Hebrew text.” The student ministry has started a new series discussing how we can see Jesus in the Old Testament. We have already learned that Jesus’ name may...