a word from the pastor

Beating a Wild Horse

Not to beat a dead horse, but allow me to put an exclamation point on my sermon this past Sunday on sexual sin. Frankly, it’s more like a wild horse, since sexual immorality continues to be a struggle for millions of those who name the name of Christ. I’m preaching through Ephesians, and in th...
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Ignoring the Root of Abuse (Part 1 of 2)

In the wake of the #metoo movement, Beth Moore’s recent “Letter to My Brothers,” and the heightened awareness of sexual abuse, a Southern Baptist stalwart has gone down. Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary was forced to resign after a five-year-old blog went vi...
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Sexual-Misconduct: A Biblical Perspective

Just last week three more well-known political leaders resigned as women came forward to accuse them of sexual-misconduct. Listening to news coverage leaves one wondering what, if any, are the moral implications of these events. Allegations of sexual-misconduct are everywhere; filling ...
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Pro-life or Pro-birth? A Question of Consistency

As Christians we hold the conviction of the sanctity of human life. That is, we believe we are bearers of the divine image and that God is the author of life. As Christians we hold the conviction of the sanctity of human life. That is, we believe we are bearers of the divine image and tha...
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