This week’s Bible study will begin a series on the Book of Philippians

Rejoicing With Other People of Faith [Philippians chapter 1, verses 1-18] Today, having just completed our verse-by-verse study of Galatians, we will move on to the book of Philippians. Unlike Galatians, which was a healthy dose of tough love mixed with plenty of encouragement, Philippians is a book full of exhortation, thanksgiving and lavish praise. […]

A Plea for All Worried and Exasperated Americans

Four Good Ways to Turn the Tables on Tyranny by Rev. Paul J. Bern In the wake of America’s latest tragic example of how our voting system simply does not work, many of us are left scratching our heads asking, “What kind of democracy is this?” Well, simply put, it isn’t a democracy at all. […]

This week’s Bible study will be Galatians chapter six

Never Get Tired of Doing Good [Galatians chapter six] Today we will finish up the book of Galatians as we close another chapter on the writings of the apostle Paul, who was formerly known as Saul of Tarsus. They are all the same person except that the latter was Paul’s old name prior to his […]

Violence in America and why it occurs

All Right Now, That’s Enough!! by Rev. Paul J. Bern As I begin to compose this week’s message, I find myself shaking my head as I struggle to find a comfortable place to start. I saw video of a white cop shooting a black man to death for selling CD’s and resisting arrest. Yes I […]

Stand Together.

Originally posted on Just Kelsey's Blog:
It is a scary time to be alive right now. In the past few years, we have witnessed terrorist attacks, multiple mass shootings, kidnappings, murders, rape, government conspiracies, think of your worst nightmare and it has happened here in America. Don’t get me wrong, I love being American…

Bible study this week will be Galatians chapter five

Living Life in the Spirit [Galatians chapter five] You will recall from last week that, as we concluded chapter four of the book of Galatians, the apostle Paul explained that we are born into freedom in Christ. This does not mean freedom in the social, political or economic sense, although I suppose that could apply […]