a word from the pastor

A Spontaneous Faith

A lot of people think structure and spontaneity are incompatible, but I disagree. Let me make a confession that will explain what I mean: For over three years I have been using the same Bible reading schedule. Each morning I read the assigned chapters and dutifully check off that day on the sched...
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A Prayer Challenge

As a young preacher I once heard an older pastor say that prayer is the most difficult exercise of the soul. His words have stayed with me over the years and prayer remains a constant challenge in my relationship with the Lord. What drives me onward is understanding that prayer is as essential as...
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Why Your Prayer Life is Failing

There can be no greater indication of a man’s relation to God, no more accurate measure of his true spiritual state, than his prayer life. This has nothing to do with how long or often he prays but everything to do with the quality of his supplications. To evaluate that, he need only ask himself ...
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Pray for Your Brothers and Sisters in Afghanistan

Afghanistan now lies in the hands of the Taliban, radical Islamists that threaten the lives of thousands of our brothers and sisters in Christ. In a recent report from CBN several cities with many Christians are surrounded with no way of escape. One anonymous Afghan church leader said that known ...
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Revive Us Again

“Will you not revive us again, that your people may rejoice in You?” Psalm 85:6 I’m finishing the first volume of Dallimore’s two-volume biograph of George Whitfield. I’ve always enjoyed reading the stories of those whose lives had significant historical impact on the culture of their time. ...
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Join the Corps

Faith Family Church begins 2020 with an emphasis on prayer. Our Men of Faith have launched a “Prayer Corps,” or organic groups of two to three men, gathering weekly to pray and encourage each other, and to strategically pray for the lost. We want God to move in our church so that we see souls sa...
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