In our recent study of the book of Judges a particular verse grabbed my attention:
Judges 2:10-11
“…another generation grew up, who knew neither the LORD nor what he had done for Israel. 11 Then the Israelites did evil in the eyes of the LORD.”
How tragic it is to see that the parents failed to pass on their faith to their children! Here at Quail our program is designed to enable families to avoid this result.

It has been a great pleasure as I study to prepare the whole book synopsis sermons that are taking us through the Bible in the sermon series called, "A Look at the Book." I hope that you are benefitting as much as I am, from this broad overview of the landscape of scripture and how the various book of the Bible fit together.

Way back in 2003 the Elders worked hard to hammer out a statement of the core values at Quail. It was important time of thought and prayer in that our values determine our church distinctive qualities. Values communicate the botton line and show us what we think is really important.

Many years ago I was able to attend a church ministry conference that dramatically shaped my ideas about the kind of church that can be dynamic impact for Jesus Christ in any city. Recently I was reflecting again on some of those important lessons.

Dear Quail family,
I long for each person at Quail to fall deeply in love with the word of God and through that word with Jesus. However, I recently realized that the way we preachers structure our messages it is hard for people to see the Bible’s big picture. What I mean by the “big picture” is the ability to understand each of the books of the Bible in terms of its purpose, setting in history and how each book relates to all of the other books of the Bible.