Introduction to the Letter of Paul to the Philippians

On December 4, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. I will begin the preaching through the letter of Paul to the Philippians. There are parts of this letter that are familiar to all believers. This is perhaps the most encouraging, uplifting, hope-filled letters the Apostle Paul ever wrote. I have been looking forward to preaching through this

From Behind the Pulpit (FBP-001)

This series of blog (vlog) posts are intended to encourage the God fearing believers who gather at 204 Eastland Drive North in Twin Falls, Idaho. It is my hope to produce a video post on Thursday or Friday of each week to give special instructions for the coming Lord’s Day. Use this for your own

Where Have All the God-Fearers Gone?

This coming Lord’s Day I will want to address this question from Deuteronomy 17; “Where have all the God-fearers gone?” To my embarrassment, when I evaluate the length of my days in ministry, I am ashamed of how little thought I have given to the mountain of a subject in Scripture, the fear of God.

What Man Intended for Harm, God Intended for Good

It’s difficult to determine the outcome of life circumstances based on circumstances. It’s difficult to see what God is intending for good when difficulty is ruling the day. Then there is the risky task of concluding the finished outcome of something that is still unfolding. That has been the way it has been for the

National Day of Thanksgiving

From the beginning, our great nation had not forgotten where her strength, provision, and forgiveness came from. Long before Thanksgiving became a national holiday it was the practice of congress to call on the people of the United States to reflect upon the blessings from God and thank Him for his providential hand in their