If someone pinned me down and demanded to know what day I took off, I would have to say, “Monday.” Truthfully, I don’t take any day, completely off. I started the day by going to play tennis with the over 60 group at Dunham Park. It’s a great time of playing tennis for 2 hours. … Continue reading It’s Monday!
Yesterday was a great day for us at Haven Church. 3 first time guest families, and you could feel the presence of The Holy Spirit in the service! You can watch the service on Facebook at Haven FWB Church. I knew it was going to be special when the congregation started singing, “Hallelujah For the … Continue reading Great Easter Service
I really do love Wednesdays. I usually start my Wednesday mornings by playing tennis with about 20 other players. I like it that they call me “The Preacher.” I’m trying to make inroads into the lives of the players. Several ask me to pray for different things they’re struggling with in their lives, sometimes it’s … Continue reading Love Wednesday’s
I know. You’re thinking, “What danger?” I’m talking about as the fire begins to decline, the danger of spreading declines as well. I Peter 3:15, “But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in … Continue reading Part 2 – When the Fire Begins to Die Out the Danger Begins to Decline.
I love Sunday mornings. I get to the church really early, and spend time with The Lord, and go over my entire sermon. Our attendance was down a bit today, (cold and rain here in Raleigh today), however I was excited to see Mrs. Marion come in for our small group Bible Study. Her husband … Continue reading It’s Sunday Morning!
Churches love to have Harvest Parties every fall around Halloween. We would always add a bonfire and hayride (if possible). We would build a big fire and when first lit, it would blaze up and light up the whole area. However, in a short amount of time, if more wood was not added the fire … Continue reading Part 1 When the fire goes out, the light begins to dim.
Intro: It’s been a couple of busy days. One of the men of our church passed away. So I’ve been visiting and ministering to the family. Stan was a good, Godly, family man! I’ll be preaching the funeral and the grave site service tomorrow, (Friday), so please remember me in prayer. The Theme for … Continue reading When The Fire Goes Out