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Roque was his name My memories of him are but a blur I remember being in his arms as a child His beard as thick as a brush To me he was a giant in the midst Roque was his name For a few seconds those memories of him remain A tall silent giant with […]

The Church: A Blessing to this World

So many things take place that we sometimes do not understand them at their precise moment and many of times we are left to wonder what God is doing. But in due time we come to find out exactly what God had in mind all along, and then the pieces of the puzzle begin to […]

Preaching with an IPad

It has been over 5 years since I have printed a sermon on my home printer. In my home office sits my mighty printer, which has not been used in over 5 years to print a sermon, devotional or message. I sometimes ask myself, why even have a printer, other than the fact that I […]

Is Evangelism Passive?

Recently I heard someone say that they were referred to as having a view of passive evangelism. The individual contended on the fact that his view of evangelism is passive and that we can in essence evangelize much better with our testimony rather than any other form of Evangelism. Now could this form of Evangelism […]

Let’s Move: The Vital Necessity for the Church to be in constant movement in these last days.

A Jesus Who Was In Constant Movement The Bible in the book of John chapter 5 gives us an amazing account of a certain man which is described as having an infirmity for about thirty eight years. In other words this man had been sick for many years. Now we do not know exactly what […]

Why Christ was born

The message of Christmas is the beginning of the out-working of the salvation of God through the ministry of His only begotten Son. A Christmas which means less than this is not the Christmas of the Christian. It is possible to become so absorbed in the history of the events surrounding the birth of Jesus […]

BOOK REVIEW: Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism

Author: R.C. Sproul Hardcover: 126 pages Publisher: Reformation Trust Publishing (July 30, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1567692826 ISBN-13: 978-1567692822 Source: I received a free copy of this book as compensation for review from Ligonier Ministries. ABOUT THE BOOK In recent years, some evangelical Protestant leaders have signed statements pledging themselves to joint social action with Roman Catholics. Others have refused to participate, […]