This is straight from Wikipedia to define what I mean by those with "special needs": n the United States, special needs is a term used in clinical diagnostic and functional development to describe individuals who require assistance for disabilities that may be medical, mental, or psychological. For instance, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental … Continue reading God and those with Special Needs
Preached this sermon yesterday at Main Street and it was well received. God’s Kaleidoscope (Romans 1:16; 1 Cor. 15:9-10) “I think every church should be a church irreligious people love to attend. Why? Because the church is the local expression of the presence of Jesus. We are his body. And since people who were … Continue reading Sermon: God’s Kaleidoscope
I am speaking tonight at Crittenden Drive Church of Christ in Russelville, Kentucky and this is my lesson on patience. It's not the typical lesson on patience you might hear... Patience James 5:7-10 I am struggling at speaking with you tonight because the topic assigned to me is one that I immensely struggle with. … Continue reading Sermon on Patience
In my morning reading I came across a familiar passage and wanted to share it with you and some of the thoughts I wrote down in my journal. The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.” They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds, there is none who does good. Psalm 14:1 (ESV) Perhaps … Continue reading Psalm 14 – Who is the fool?
Lesson #4 – What are the implications of advent? INTRODUCTION Hopefully, if done right, this lesson will be delivered around (or on) Christmas day and will be good for discussion. Please feel free to go over what has been taught and learned in the previous four weeks and discuss any revelations that have occurred amongst … Continue reading Teaching Your Students About the Importance of Advent – Part 5
Thought provoking video to start your weekend off right. What are your thoughts from this?
This is the last post of this series and I have valued all of the comments tremendously. The series started not as a defense of social drinking but merely was it ok to be present at a location as a means of mission to people. Sometimes posts have a mind of their own and it … Continue reading We Need More Christian Bartenders – Part 3