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How Can I Feel Productive as a Mom?

Posted on May. 07, 2018

Sometimes the many tasks of homemaking and motherhood seem unending, and many moms wonder if they will ever feel productive. Author Esther Engelsma says moms can feel productive if they change the way they think about their work. She helps readers understand that God's goal for moms is not centered on getting things done. Rather, God wants...


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Welcome, Pastors

Posted on May. 07, 2018

“And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ.”

- EPHESIANS 4:11-12

The role of leadership that you have been called to as a pastor is of significant importance in the Kingdom of...


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Scott Brown and Scott Parish - (2 Kin. 1-18; John 3 - 6)

Posted on May. 04, 2018

At 3:00 pm EST, David Fry and I are going live to discuss the things we read over the past week as we are reading through the Bible. We will be on the line for 20 minutes to give some practical insights for families for the reading from the past week in Kings and John.

You can view the webinar here.


A Day for Pastors from Central/Western NC and SC

Posted on May. 03, 2018

If you are a pastor, elder, deacon, or aspiring church leader from a church from either central or western North Carolina or South Carolina, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Monday, May 21.

- Date/time: Monday, May 21, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
- Location: ...


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Full of Grace and Truth

Posted on May. 02, 2018

In the holy words before us today, it is clear that Jesus Christ is full of grace and truth. While this is a wonderful contemplation it is also a revealing one, for we are not full of grace and truth. In God’s mercy, He provides one who is full of the things we lack. Take note of the context: In the prologue (1:1-18) John explains who...


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If you Knew the Gift

Posted on May. 01, 2018

Here is the longest recorded single conversation of Jesus in the Gospels. He meets a woman from Samaria and illustrates His loving-kindness toward her through an image - a very familiar image. Water. Living water. Without water, we die.


Scott Brown and David Fry - (1 Kin. 6-22; Lk. 23 - John 3)

Posted on Apr. 27, 2018

At 3:00 pm EST, David Fry and I are going live to discuss the things we read over the past week as we are reading through the Bible. We will be on the line for 20 minutes to give some practical insights for families for the reading from the past week in Kings and Luke-John.

You can view the webinar here.


How to Face Self Serving Pride

Posted on Apr. 26, 2018

In John 1:19-28, the Jews send a group to interrogate John the Baptist, who is experiencing remarkable success in his ministry. They ask three questions and he issues three denials. His answers to their questions make it clear that John’s only motive is to point to Jesus Christ. He cares nothing for himself. John helps us to face our...


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He Takes Away the Sin

Posted on Apr. 24, 2018

The message of the whole Bible is loaded into our text (John 1:29-34). These verses record one of the most dramatic moments in the history of redemption. It announces the only way to be free of the guilt of sin. It declares the global need for Jesus as the Lamb of God, for a sinful world. My whole objective in this message is to help us...


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The Homeschool Fitting-It-All-In Summit

Posted on Apr. 23, 2018

This spring, I’m pleased to be a featured speaker with Homeschool Summits for the Homeschool Fitting-It-All-In Summit, a free event hosted online this April 30-May 5. You can watch my interview on May 5th at 1:00pm EST. I hope you’ll join us! You can register now at www.HomeschoolSummits.com/Fitting.

If you ever feel like you're spinning...


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