The well-known Bible story of the Sermon on the Mount is recorded in the Bible book of Matthew 5-7. The Sermon on the Mount comes from when Jesus was just beginning his early ministry after being baptized by John and … Continue reading The Beatitudes
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Dr. Dan Coflin Pastor, River of Life Church Isn’t it interesting how we tend to give titles to different times of the year according to common hardships people experience collectively such as cold and flu season at the beginning of … Continue reading What Kind of Season Are You Living In?
By Karen McBride Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Robert Norman has practiced medicine for over 35 years. As chief physician and owner of Dermatology Healthcare, he provides services for nursing home patients. His care and compassion for his patients led him to … Continue reading Dr. Robert Norman, Board-Certified Dermatologist/Writer/Nature-Lover
James H. Willis, III For 2020, we are doing a 12-month summary of my book. It is filled with unbelievable personal stories of conflict from family fights, divorces, and personal insecurities to living in a tree at 15, homeless. Later, … Continue reading How On Earth Did I Get Here?
Happy Valentine’s Day! My name is Harley, and today were going to talk a little about the origin of Valentine’s Day. Saint Valentine was a priest who performed the ceremonies for young soldiers‘ weddings. He performed these ceremonies in secret. … Continue reading Kidz Corner: Valentine’s Day
By Karen McBride Preventative medicine is the first step in maintaining your good health. Eating healthy meals with fresh fruits and vegetables is essential. Daily exercise and fresh air are equally important. Washing your hands frequently and using sanitary wipes on shopping carts can help reduce the spread of germs. And never underestimate the power of a good night’s sleep! What else can you do? Consult with your doctor about getting the proper vaccinations for illnesses such as the flu and whooping cough. Is it too late to get a flu shot? The Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) recommends that … Continue reading Preventative Medicine is the Key to Maintaining Good Health
There’s no doubt that Valentine’s Day is one of America’s most popular days. More than 62% of Americans celebrate by sending greeting cards, flowers, candy, jewelry, or by enjoying a romantic dinner. But the origin of Valentine’s Day is surprising. … Continue reading Valentine’s Day—One of America’s Most Popular Days
Are you prepared for the new year? As 2019 is in the rearview mirror and we begin a new decade, we need to have all of the accounts paid, the books balanced, and the things of the past completed so … Continue reading Ready for the New Year?
Keith Chandler Pastor, Journey Christian Church The new year is a time to reflect on the changes we want or need to make. Many of us commit to exercise, eat healthy, get organized, or learn a new skill. But what … Continue reading Resolution: 2020
The longest chapter in the Bible is Psalms 119 of David, which has 176 verses. “How I love the law” refers to the Ten Commandments, but the 6th commandment in the Bible says, “You shall not KILL or MURDER.” These … Continue reading What You May Not Know About the Ten Commandments