Every time that I sit down to write the pastors newsletter, the first thing that always seems to come to mind is how fast the previous month flew by. Just when I thought I was getting comfortable with the idea of it being 2010, we are already in the second month of the year! As […]Read More FEBRUARY PASTORS NEWSLETTER
I found this prayer on a revival website. As you read through it, you might be taken aback by certain things in it (and the language is not exactly what you might call modern) but at the heart of this prayer is a call for humility and repentance and a return to God. This is […]Read More A Prayer for Revival
I just read a wonderful little book called Power Through Prayer by E.M. Bounds. The importance of prayer cannot be understated for the Christian and Bounds makes an appeal to this end. I thought I would include a little section from the first chapter just to give you a taste for the book. We are […]Read More E.M. Bounds on Men of Prayer
The Church of Christ is continually represented under the figure of an army; yet its Captain is the Prince of Peace; its object is the establishment of peace, and its soldiers are men of a peaceful disposition. The spirit of war is at the extremely opposite point to the spirit of the gospel. Yet nevertheless, […]Read More Charles Spurgeon on the Church Militant
(Copied from “A Powerful Prayer Life” by Gregory Frizzell) 1. Ask God to bring deep conviction of sin, spiritual brokenness, a holy fear of God and genuine repentance among His people. There will be no revival without these elements and only God can produce them in His people. After all we cannot program or work […]Read More TEN SPECIFIC PRAYERS FOR REVIVAL AND SPIRITUAL AWAKENING!!
I read an article in the 9Marks eJournal that shows just how easy it is for liberalism to creep into our churches. It was was written by Jonathan Leeman – check it out for yourself. In general, the danger of liberalism, which we define broadly as gospel-denial within the church, occurs when we allow the […]Read More The Danger of Liberalism
“Living the Christian life, by all biblical accounts, necessitates the passionate pursuit of personal holiness. Sanctification is never an elective course that a believer may or may not take. Neither is it an upper-level graduate study, required for only a few disciples. Instead, it is a core class, mandated for all Christians. Godliness is a […]Read More 15 Life Resolutions