February 27th, 2015 by Dr. Larry Selig
Most of the three years of Jesus’ ministry took place along the Northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee. Here He did most of His teaching, preaching, miracles, and fed the 5,000. Most of His disciples were from this region. But just before He took His disciples on His last trip to Jerusalem, where He knew the Cross awaited, He left the quiet, pastoral hills of Galilee for a two day journey to Caesarea Philippi. Why?
February 13th, 2015 by Sheryl Shaw
As I prepared for this Sunday I ran across an older BLOG that laid the ground work for much that I want to discuss on Sunday. I am including excerpts of the key points that I found helpful and have also included a link to the entire article, Missional: More than a Buzz Word by Brad Brisco.
February 6th, 2015 by Christopher Caudle
BOGO. I’ve never understood how that acronym gets used. I see and hear it frequently. My grocery store loves it.
It means “buy one, get one.” I know that.
But that doesn’t seem to be newsworthy. Most (all?) economic transactions don’t let you “get one” until you “buy one.”
I’m told by people who care for me in spite of my questions that the word free is implied and understood.
By most (all?) people. BOGO actually means BOGO (Free).