Article by Sean Tanner, Pastor of Discipleship & Youth, Bethlehem Baptist Church, Taylorsville, Kentucky. So many young believers venture outside of their own church and denominational fellowship (including their teachings) to find “true Christianity.” This usually happens after high school graduation. Why the desire to journey into new lands of Christianity? The reasons are many: they … Continue reading Searching for True Christianity as a Christian?
Article by Chuck Adams, Spencer County Schools Superintendent Children: our most precious and valuable resource as guardians of the future. Imagine, if you will, a child that proceeds through the elementary years, adolescent years, teen years, and early adulthood without the direction and structure that only we as adults can provide. What images come to … Continue reading Sowing the Seed
Article by C.L. Glasscock Do you ever ask, “Can God use me even when I’ve failed?” How can God turn failure into victory? Do you ever feel like a failure? Have you ever thought, “I know God loves me, but why would he waste His time on me again?” As we look at the eleventh … Continue reading Can God Use a Failure? I feel like a failure…
In the days of trench warfare during World War I, a soldier asked a superior if he could go out into “no man’s land” and retrieve his friend who had been seriously wounded. His officer said, “Son, you can go, but I wouldn’t if I were you; your friend is probably dead. If you go … Continue reading Finding True Friendships
Have you ever played a video game that you were good at - and messed up? I’m sure you just pushed the restart button. Why? It’s because you know that you’re better than that. In fact, most days you can play that game for hours before you mess up - so you push the button … Continue reading You Need to Push Restart
This article compiled by Rogie Hale, Children’s Ministry Leader at Lighthouse Baptist Church, Taylorsville. One of the great puzzles in my life is when Daddy whips me for smoking a cigarette butt he threw away. And Mommy sometimes washes my mouth out with soap for saying a word that I learned from her. Ever since … Continue reading It’s Not Easy Being a Kid!