Dave Ramsey’s is Americas trusted voice on finance and business. For many years I have seen Financial Peace University offered at church. Although I have never taken the opportunity to take the class because Read More…
Author Archives: Johnathan L Baker
Hebrews: The Journey of Faith was written by Zane C. Hodges. Hodges taught New Testament Greek and exegesis at Dallas Theological Seminary for over 27 years. Zane C. Hodges went on to glory on November 23rd, 2008.
Hebrews: The Journey of Faith is a book that Read More…
The Epistles of John, Walking in the Light of God’s Love was written by Zane C. Hodges. Hodges taught New Testament Greek and exegesis at Dallas Theological Seminary for over 27 years. Zane C. Hodges went on to glory on November 23rd, 2008.
The apostle John not only wrote his Read More…
Fusion: Turning First-Time Guests into Fully-Engaged Members of Your Church by Nelson Searcy & Jennifer Dykes Henson
Fusion was a book that was given to me by a close friend of mine. As I continue my pursuit for fulltime ministry work, I have found this book to be Read more…
Psalm 103 is a perfect opportunity for us reflect on the mercies of God and be encouraged by who He is and what He has done for us. My challenge is that we would spend time Praying this Psalm and reflect on what a wonderful God we serve. How could we not desire to Bless the Lord because of the mercy He has shown us?
Psalm 103 (NKJV)
1 Bless the Lord, O my soul;
And all that is within me, bless His holy name!
2 Bless the Read More…
Click link below to watch “A Real Conversation About Race and the Church” presented On Sunday July 17, 2016 where Pastor Matt from Sandals Church in Riverside California was joined by a diverse panel of pastors and law enforcement leaders for a real, public conversation about race and the church.
“The recent events in Baton Rouge, St. Paul and Dallas have resurfaced a history of hurt and division in our nation and caused every single one of us to consider the state of race relations in America. It is easy to be divided when it seems as though no one is listening.
So how should we respond? Honestly, we don’t know.
What we do know is that the church is called to be a place and a people of healing, community and hope.
It’s not easy to come up with one response to the events that have taken place in America over the last week, and while it may not be our place to provide a solution, we can provide a space for a conversation.
On Sunday, July 17, 2016 Pastor Matt was joined by a diverse panel of pastors and law enforcement leaders for a real, public conversation about race and the church”.