In the second wave of deportees from Judea to Babylon around 597 B.C. (the first circa 605, the third in 587), Ezekiel went with them. In chap…

Psalm 105 is popularly thought among Bible scholars to refer to the salvific acts of God towards the patriarchs of Israel, beginning with God’…

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There is a promised rest for followers of Christ during these insecure national days when “worthless” gods seem to have the upper hand. Run th…

The first time I preached someone came to me and said, “Use more illustrations and tell more stories—that’s what people like.” But…what does G…

Do you ache for rest from personal and national troubles?

We often need a simple song to express our adoring hearts to God and, as is often necessary, satisfy our needs. Thank You Father, for Psalm 93…

Ignoring catchy cliches, what biblical truths do you rely on in a world gone mad? What biblical realities do you trust in personal circumstanc…

Many of us are used to wearing a badge of some type which shows that we belong in a workplace or a name tag so that we can be part of a group.…

If it is July in Dayton, that means hot weather, anxiety and anticipation about the fast-approaching new school year and time for the Scopes F…

The Strawberry Baking Contest was back this year, and excitement was running high as judges, contributors and expectant tasters gathered at th…

The Fourth of July celebrations of today are somewhat different from those in the early days of our country. However, no matter how this holid…

It happens every year about this time. I get homesick. I don’t know if it is summer, the weather, or just a general life cycle. I remember sum…