UK Bench Challenges Christians

March Madness is in full swing as the top ranked college teams face off in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.  It’s been exciting for some and disappointing for others. It’s no mistake that many of the best teams in the tournament have a strong reserve with lots of talent on the bench.  Kentucky, Kansas, Syracuse,... Continue Reading →

Teacups, Lace and Role Models

All of us have had role models throughout our lives, people we have looked up to, have gone to for advice, and persons who have helped to mentor, mold and shape us in a Godly manner.  More than likely this included our parents but also there have been others such as pastors, Sunday School teachers,... Continue Reading →

A Night with Nik Ripken

Last Friday I had the privilege to attend an event hosted by Redemption Hill Baptist Church (RH) called God’s Leading Edge: The Front Lines of the Great Commission.  RH invited veteran missionary and author Nik Ripken to share about his experience serving God in hard places throughout the world.  He is most recently noted for... Continue Reading →

Are You a Tourist or a Missionary?

The spring and summer of each year is usually busy with activity as groups go on mission trips to share Christ.  In years past, mission trips were typically only taken during the summer when school was out.  But many more groups are exploring other times of the year for engaging in volunteer mission efforts, like... Continue Reading →

Seeking Those Who Can Do

General Dwight D. Eisenhower wrote this in 1942 during  the Second World War, "This is a long road we have to travel.  The men who can do things are going to be sought out just as surely as the sun rises in the morning." We have witnessed a continuous erosion of morality and ethics in our... Continue Reading →

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