Flight 3411 and the Church

By Scott Armstrong April 2017 has not been the best of months for United Airlines.  You may have heard about passenger David Dao who was bloodied and dragged down the aisle of a plane by security after refusing to give up his seat on April 9, 2017 (he has now reached a settlement with the airline). ... Continue Reading →

An Essential Sign

By Rev. Ken Childress 1 Corinthians 15:17, "If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins." The Resurrection validates everything we believe in. Without it, the Bible is bold enough to say, our faith is worthless. Those who think Christianity is worthwhile for life in this world alone... Continue Reading →

Total Victory!

Rev. Ken Childress Hate had nailed Jesus to the Cross. Religious men had become devilish in their opposition to the Son of God. Brutal men had carried out the execution of the Son of Man. As Jesus died, the sun covered its face in shame, and the earth trembled in embarrassment A sound escaped from... Continue Reading →

Truly Free

By Raphael Rosado What does it mean to be free? Nowadays it seems that popular consensus has moved towards defining freedom as the capacity for people to make choices without outside interference. The content of the choice doesn’t matter as long as it’s “your choice.” This definition seems deficient. Think about a certain addict for... Continue Reading →

Joseph of Arimathea

By Scott Armstrong There are always those within any institution that, after the institution has become outdated and ineffective, choose a different path. They work within the establishment and respect all of its levels of hierarchy and protocol. However, they steadily clash with the great monolith in order to jumpstart a movement. They are often criticized... Continue Reading →

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