God’s Faithfulness is Not Good, It’s Great!

The words of many of our most favorite hymns are written from dramatic life-changing experiences. For example, Charlotte Elliot was a bedridden invalid when she wrote the invitational hymn, “Just As I Am.” Horatio Spafford wrote the great comforting words to, "It Is Well With My Soul", after the tragic death of his children in a horrific shipwreck

Christmas in July!

If you're like me, then I'm guessing you're seeing all kinds of different fun "Christmas in July" activities such as, Sales on clothing! Deals at restaurants! Christmas movies on "The Hallmark Channel"! Discounts at theme parks! Reduced prices at vacation hot spots! Churches doing "Christmas in July" based activities such as collecting necessities and goodies

A Downtrodden Man Used To Bring Glory To The Lord!

William Cowper (pronounced Cooper) was a man very familiar with desperation, discouragement and depression. However, his mental status did NOT hinder him from being used to bring honor and glory to the Lord, as well as, possibly causing some to trust Christ as their personal Saviour! NO, I'm NOT suggesting we live a depressed life!