This blog entry is probably going to be a bit more personal than I’m comfortable with, mainly because I don’t want the focus on me and my life. Nonetheless, many of you so graciously ask about how things are going, so here we go… School Let me start with where I’m at right now. I’m […]
In case you haven’t checked in the past few days, we have had a major update to the website (www.ubcfayetteville.org). We are still doing some “clean up” on the site and trying to better organize some pages, but the overall re-design is done. Following are some specific things I’d like to point out… Communication One […]
John Owen (1616-1683) is my favorite Puritan that I’ve read too little of and is very hard to read. Yet, there may not be a more important Puritan voice for the American church than John Owen. For the American pastor, I would say read Richard Baxter and brace yourself. But for the greater congregation in […]
Tomorrow morning we will have the privilege of having Dr. Chuck Lawless with us, preaching the Word of God. I have known Dr. Lawless for almost 5 years and have appreciated his ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary a great deal. He has served me personally through my doctoral work as well as been […]
Read THIS recent blog by Al Mohler. May God turn our hearts toward Him in such a way that we joyfully receive whatever He entrusts to us!
As for me, I shall behold your face in righteousness; when I awake, I shall be satisfied with your likeness. Psalm 17:15 In Psalm 16, the psalmist states that God is his only good. 2 Peter 1:1-4 helps us see that it is only by Christ’s righteousness that we are in an acceptable condition before […]
Here’s a good reminder of why it’s important to get home as many evenings during the week that I can…