• by Abraham Cremeens

     

    Every Christian would agree that time in God’s Word and prayer is essential for spiritual health. Yet it can be a significant battle to maintain such practices. Or, maybe you keep those disciplines in check only to find them mundane and boring. In both cases, the problem is not with God or his Word, but with us and our pursuit.


  • by Will Peycke

     

    If I asked you who bears the primary responsibility for the spiritual development of children, what would you say? Most of us would probably answer, “The parents.” But if I asked you what is the primary way parents carry out that responsibility, what would you say? Take them to Sunday school? Look for teachable moments? Try to be a good example?


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    Time in God’s Word is never wasted time. And yet the craziness of life can often lower it as a priority. I get it. I struggle, too. The balance of marriage, children, friendships, church, fun, and work with our personal walk with God is difficult to maintain. 


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    We love beginnings. A new school year is beginning after a good break over summer. And, while kids as well as college students may not be overly excited about homework again, it is a pleasant experience to reunite with friends, have a fresh start to learn, and look forward to the first football game of the year.