Frazer Memorial Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama is one of the fastest growing churches in America. When the Pastor of that church was asked, “What is the secret of your growth?”  His answer was simple but profound, “people bring people.”

Understand, this is a church with great visibility in the community. They have high profile youth programs, they broadcast seven hours of television programming each week and have radio programs on the largest secular station...

As Christmas approaches – it reminds us of the blessing of giving gifts to one another. There is great joy in picking out just the right gift and knowing that the person to whom it will be given will need and appreciate it. Therefore how would you feel if you entered your friend's home weeks after Christmas and found the gift that you had given them still unopened?
    Wouldn’t it make you feel bad if you heard a friend of yours complaining about an unmet need in their...

Recently I have observed an on-line trend. People are writing about the fact that some verses that are found in the King James Version are not found in modern translations.They wonder if there is some sort of conspiracy to delete portions of scripture that is guiding these decisions.

As Thanksgiving approaches, we are reminded of how often we neglect contentment and buy into a pervasive myth in our culture – “The Myth of More”. That is the persistent belief in spite of all the evidence that somehow more (of whatever) would make us happy.

As I write this article there is a lot of discussion about the Four Blood Moons theory and the book of the same name. The theory is that when the rare event of 4 “blood moon” (red appearance of the moon) eclipses take place in one year and when they fall on Jewish holy days it is a sign from God that something significant will happen that pertains to the Jewish People. This is happening in 2014-2015.