• by Bill Davis

     

    This past Sunday, Paul Briggs helpfully put Psalm 130 in front of us as a church. I confess I’m not a big fan of the dentist experience, so Paul’s humor about the tooth pain definitely got my attention (very sorry for you, Paul—it surely wasn’t funny then). We might indeed “cry out” for lots of reasons in our life, whether excruciating toothache or excruciating emotional pain. But the cry of Psalm 130:1, “Out of the depths I cry to you, O Lord!” is a cry altogether different.


  • by Mikel Berger

     

    I recently read a book by an FBI hostage negotiator and listened to an interview of a military interrogator. The common thread between the two is the use of empathy in their jobs. Empathy isn’t something I associate with either the FBI or the military. They are fascinating.


  • by Abraham Cremeens

     

    I cannot believe we are nearly done with our sermon series in Psalms of Ascent. It has gone by too fast. However, it has been such a rich journey. These psalms have spoken to me in very deep and personal ways and I trust they have for you as well. I would like to share some thoughts I’ve had along the way. Let me begin with an analogy.


  • by Paul Briggs

     

    Over the past 18 years, in periods ranging from several days to a week, God’s people from various churches (from as far away as Pennsylvania and Virginia!) have sent teams to assist the staff of Salt & Light Christian Fellowship (SLCF) to be prepared for the arrival of the new international students.