Missionary Jim Wright, serving with Baptist World Misisons, speaks today on the reasons for trials and difficulties in the Christian life. As we look at life from God’s perspective, we find that He is wise, loving, and merciful – even in difficult times. After the sermon, a field report video can be viewed.

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Finishing a project always brings a unique feeling of satisfaction. All too soon, even the best project starts to show signs of wear. When thinking about the institution of marriage, it would be great to say that it never faces any decay or problems; but that is definitely not the case. Today we look at […]

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Finding Rest (Mark 6:30 – 44)

Jesus talks to busy people, but instead of giving them more and more assignments, He instructs them to rest. Rest is an attitude of relying on God to do what God has promised to do while energy is focused on what God has given you to do. It is not just stopping activity, but an […]

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Praise! Psalm 150

Reaching the finish line is a wonderful accomplishment. Although we have reached the end of the book of Psalms, the race is far from over. Listen as the psalmist encourages us – almost panting like a runner at the end of the race – to keep going and praise the Lord at all times.

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A New Song (Psalm 149)

We are fascinated by items that carry the label “new” and will sacrifice much to have the latest and greatest. Because of what God has done for us, we can sing a new song. Listen as Psalm 149 is unfolded and explained, then join in singing a new song of joy, justice, and praise!

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Joy! Psalm 146

We enter a section of psalms called “Hallelujah Psalms” due to their beginning and ending with that blessed word. The psalmists celebrate the joy that is possible because of God’s presence. As we continue to observe the season of Advent (the time leading up to Christmas) we find there is still reason to celebrate with […]

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Peace (Psalm 145)

With all the hustle and bustle, pushing and shoving (and that is just finding a parking space at the mall) this hardly seems to be a “season of peace” and yet we are reminded that the coming of the Messiah ushers in a measure of peace, for He truly is the Prince of Peace. David […]

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