“Forgive and forget.” Or so we’re told. So often we believe that forgiving means forgetting. And, since forgetting about the sin and hurt someone has caused us is darn near impossible, we give up and assume we just can’t forgive. But biblical forgiveness is not forgetting!
We look at Mark 7:1-23, and discuss what is it that makes a person clean or unclean. Do you consider yourself to be presentable to
“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” (Psalm 22:1a, NIV) Hanging on the cross, dying, Jesus quoted the opening line of Psalm 22.
The story of the wise men from Matthew 2:1-12. What is the greatest gift you can give this Christmas? The best Christmas gift you can
In Mark 4:35-41, Jesus and the disciples head out across the Sea of Galilee in their boats, only to run into a dangerous storm that
On Sunday, we kicked off a new series through the Gospel of Mark, Who Is This Man? Jesus never wrote a book, but more books have
This morning I read the parable of the rich young man in Matthew 19:16-30. He comes to Jesus and asks, “Teacher, what good deed must
The tornado that ripped through Pontiac this week wreaked havoc, injured at least one family, and left thousands without power. Thankfully, it didn’t claim any
Sermon delivered at Pontiac Bible Church on September 27, 2015. I was a little on the short side of sleep, and I think that’s why
For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result
Sermon delivered at Pontiac Bible Church on 5/3/2015. It is arrogant and intolerant to insist that your religion is right and try to convert others
Objections to the idea of Hell have long existed, but have recently been stirred up in our culture with the release of a book by