You belong to Christ

One of the amazing aspects of following Jesus is realizing that even though once we were God's enemy because of our sin, through Jesus God has adopted us into his family, welcomed us onto his team, given us a seat at his table. He is excited to be associated with us. He is excited to … Continue reading You belong to Christ

Basketball Camp in Montana: more than just hoops

My daughter and I were grateful to be part of a mission team from Hebron Church that served in Billings, Montana this summer. Along with teams from several churches across the USA and a dear brother in Christ from Zimbabwe, our teams led sports camps and Vacation Bible Camps for one week. The sports camps … Continue reading Basketball Camp in Montana: more than just hoops

Together We Obey

When we obey God, things happen. They happen in a big way. Some people love it when we obey God. Some people do not love it when we obey God. As followers of Jesus, we realize the amazing love, forgiveness, grace and peace that we have found in Jesus, and we realize this same life … Continue reading Together We Obey

Be Ready for Jesus’ Return

When Jesus describes the end times, he implores those who will listen to be ready for his return and to be found faithful serving him at the time of his return. Be ready and be faithful. In this post, we will discuss how and why we should be ready. Jesus' return is imminent. When Jesus died … Continue reading Be Ready for Jesus’ Return

Telling the Greatest Story

Everyone loves to hear a great story. The greatest story is the story of Jesus and His love for mankind. Will you pray for opportunities and take the opportunities that are before you to tell the greatest story ever told? Notice the way that Paul told the story of Jesus. Acts 17:1-4 1  Then they traveled … Continue reading Telling the Greatest Story

The Crucifixion of Jesus

Read the accounts of the crucifixion of Jesus and you will be moved. Consider the fact that crucifixion was invented by the Roman Empire to be the most humiliating and painful form of death ever known to man. Execution by crucifixion was intended to deter people from ever following the example of the condemned. The agony of the cross. The … Continue reading The Crucifixion of Jesus

Acceptance & Betrayal

As Jesus entered Jerusalem on the Sunday before He died, He rode on a donkey, both to fulfill prophecy and to make a declaration. Zechariah prophesied about this event hundreds of years before Jesus was born. Zechariah 9:9 9  Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout in triumph, Daughter Jerusalem! Look, your King is coming to you; He is righteous and victorious, … Continue reading Acceptance & Betrayal

Jesus & Nicodemus

When you read the Gospel of John, you notice life-changing encounters that people have with Jesus. Jesus changing the lives of the woman at the well, Philip and Nathanael, and the man who had been sick for 38 years all happen in the first five chapters! One leading spiritual leader in Jerusalem, Nicodemus, approached Jesus … Continue reading Jesus & Nicodemus

Six Reasons I Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus

I believe. I mean, I really believe. I believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Here are six reasons that I believe. Reason #1: The Bible says that Jesus rose from the dead. The Bible boldly declares that on the third day after His death, Jesus rose from the dead. See the last chapters of … Continue reading Six Reasons I Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus

The Story of Noah

Jesus said that in the end times, the world would be similar to the events of the days of Noah. What were the days of Noah like? In the days of Noah, wickedness was widespread. God was brokenhearted because of the sinfulness of mankind. People were scheming all sorts of wickedness. It's kind of like … Continue reading The Story of Noah