Mid-Week Moment | 1.16.2019

Mid-Week Moment | 1.16.2019

SERMON REFLECTION   I read a statement yesterday that reminded me of the sermon’s application. It was about how self-sufficient we are. We can usually afford our basic necessities, and sometimes even a little more. We are usually at least competent at our...
Mid-Week Moment | 1.9.2019

Mid-Week Moment | 1.9.2019

SERMON REFLECTION   I received this message today from an FBCer who recently suffered a miscarriage. She gave me permission to share her message, but prefers to remain anonymous. I cannot offer a better reflection on the sermon than her last paragraph…. Yesterday...
Mid-Week Moment | 1.2.2019

Mid-Week Moment | 1.2.2019

SERMON REFLECTION I like the terminology of “Collecting Fingerprints.” Fingerprints are the marks of God’s work in our lives. We need to pay attention to how God is working in us; how He is caring for us, growing us, and shaping us. Fingerprints are not always easy to...
Mid-Week Moment | 12.27.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 12.27.2018

SERMON REFLECTION   God wants to give us life. Christmas celebrates that God actively pursued us with the gift of life. We naturally think of life in heaven when we think about the life God gives us. But Jesus offers much more. He offers a new kind of life now. I...
Mid-Week Moment | 12.19.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 12.19.2018

SERMON REFLECTION The Lord used my study of John the Baptist to convict me of how often I want the focus on me, not Jesus. It comes out when I say things like, “I need to be Jesus for them.” No, Jesus needs to be Jesus for them, and He will. My job is to point people...
Mid-Week Moment | 12.12.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 12.12.2018

SERMON REFLECTION The line from the sermon that kept coming back to me as I wrote it and since Sunday morning is, “I wonder how many of us want the benefits of Jesus’ Kingdom, but do not want Him as King.” Of course, I was thinking of myself. Today,...