In the coming weeks, we will post as blogs short "teaser" sections from the book as an encouragement to everyone to get ready to purchase either (or both!) versions as soon as they become available from our publisher, New Growth Press.
June 27, 2013
June 13, 2013
You may call me paranoid, but I don’t like this one bit: The Guardian newspaper released a report on June 6 that the National Security Agency secured a judge’s authorization in April to compel Verizon to hand over millions of phone records. Not of suspected terrorists. Of ordinary Americans.
May 29, 2013
Wow! What ten incredible years! That thought could not leave me during all of yesterday... a different day from the days this past week...
May 24, 2013
Some may ask, “Why did God--if he is a good God--permit the tornado to plow through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20?"
May 23, 2013
Last night, Dr. Andrew McGowan presented to his congregation the letter below. Dr. McGowan has given us permission to post this letter and he may be contacted at email@example.com.
May 22, 2013
The morning after the night before. I woke up this morning with a heavy heart and a mind incredulous at the futility of human thinking when it turns away from the Word of God.
May 15, 2013
In the Spring of 2004 I almost bled to death on the floor of my bathroom. That was my first clue that something serious was wrong. Unknown to me, I had developed autoimmune hepatitis. No real symptoms appeared until a verisee burst in my esophageal vein. I thought I had an upset stomach.
May 10, 2013
So, you're looking for a new Senior Pastor. So what primarily, do you look for…after, of course, a more than second-hand relationship with Jesus Christ? (If I were on a PNC, the first question I would ask every candidate is, “If someone came up to you and told you that they wanted to become a Christian, what would you say and do?”).
May 9, 2013
It seems that the Lord is constantly making promises to His people.
May 9, 2013
The photo is horrifying because we know what is going to happen. On April 15, 8 year old Martin Richard stands behind the metal crowd barrier looking out at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, watching for his dad. Beside him, standing on the rail is his sister, and behind him is his mom.