Our Unchanging God in an Ever-Changing World

(Editor's Note: This post originally was published at the Reaching and Teaching blog.) We live in uncertain times. Every day, I turn on the news to get the latest updates about the growing number of patients falling prey to COVID-19, about the new restrictions in place to limit its growth, and about how its ripple … Continue reading Our Unchanging God in an Ever-Changing World

The Accent of Heaven (In Memory of Irma Jean Smith)

Today's post is written by Matthew Delaughter. Matthew and I have been friends since kindergarten, and it's a joy to serve alongside him as one of the pastors of Immanuel Community Church. Pillar. What comes to mind when I hear that word is not a column-like structure that supports a building. Rather, the word reminds … Continue reading The Accent of Heaven (In Memory of Irma Jean Smith)

Sorting Out Your Family’s Priorities

I grew up in rural Mississippi—a beautiful blend of cattle pastures, meandering brooks, and forests. For some, this sounds dreadful, but for me, it was a delight. Climbing trees, playing on hay bales, and conquering hordes of imaginary enemies lurking in the woods were the daily adventures of my childhood, and they are memories that … Continue reading Sorting Out Your Family’s Priorities