SURRENDER

Today’s word is… “Surrender” This is such an important word when it comes to worship. Joe spoke yesterday about the big “S” as well as the big “O” obedience and the big “C” commitment. I’ll focus on Surrender. We must surrender in order for worship to take place. In fact God says this through HisContinue reading “SURRENDER”

Feeling Enriched

…And yet I/We have so much work to do! What a great Marriage Enrichment Workshop at FSBC family. Thanks to all the team who worked so hard today so that other couples could relax and take it all in and focus on their spouses! Also, thanks to the team from West Side Family Church forContinue reading “Feeling Enriched”

Ketchup? Yuck!

Maybe the closest thing to a phobia that I have is this; I don’t like ketchup. I didn’t always feel this way. It just is something that has developed in my adult life. Not that I don’t like ketchup on delicious food such as hot dogs and hamburgers, but given the choice I’d rather haveContinue reading “Ketchup? Yuck!”

Be Transformed

Transform: alter, amend, modify, adjust, bend, fine-tune, revise, rework, correct, change, revolutionize.  It’s one of those words we use in worship – a Worship Word. We have watched fall turn into winter and while I love the fall, I also enjoy the winter and all it brings.Living in the Midwest, folks can enjoy each seasonContinue reading “Be Transformed”

Am I A Simpleton?

‘Tis the gift to be simple, ‘tis the gift to be free. Have you ever heard that before?It’s a refreshing mindset needed in this day and age of “always on/always on me” living.You know… “My cell is always on and it’s always on me.”We have a deep need to keep things simple.God meant it toContinue reading “Am I A Simpleton?”

Revolutionary

I just finished a book by George Barna and I have to say it is one of the most inspiring reads I have come across in a long time. I want to be a Revolutionary Christian! This is the statement of the common Revolutionary (according to Barna); “I am a Revolutionary in the service ofContinue reading “Revolutionary”