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Communication Help From a Biblical Perspective

Posted by Richard Crockett on

As the pace of our lives increases, and we become busier than ever, there can be a breakdown in communication that has an impact in our relationships. Whether is be a married couple, parents and children, or even in the workplace with your boss, these Biblical concepts can definitely help to...

Water Every Day With God's Word

Posted by Richard Crockett on

Ever have days where it seems that miscommunications abound? Someone says something and you take it totally wrong. Or you say something and you can tell the person doesn’t understand what you mean. Communication is important–especially communication to our children. And we often...

Summer Priorities

Posted by Richard Crockett on

I love to look forward to summer! Probably because it is warmer, which allows me to do many more things…from just being outside, special projects at home, taking summer vacation, baseball games, heading to the lake to fish, or get in a little time on the jet ski. The list builds quickly...

Become a Disciple Who Makes Disciples

Posted by Richard Crockett on

Six Steps To Become A Disciple Who Make Disciples The scriptures are filled with calls to discipleship. Jesus called the twelve who accompanied Him “disciples.” The word itself is derived from another word—“discipline.” Jesus’ call to discipleship is an...

When In Christ...

Posted by Richard Crockett on

When In Christ… Recently, while preparing for a lesson, I came across an illustration that revolves around the popular phrase…“WHEN IN ROME, DO AS THE ROMANS DO”. That has been adapted to various phrases that seem to permit any behavior or action that we want to get...

Mary Magdalene in the Bible

Posted by Richard Crockett on

  Remember the childhood story of the Little Red Hen? No one wanted to help plant, harvest, ground, or bake the bread; yet everyone wanted to help her eat it! So it is with those precious servants of Jesus Christ. They’re the first ones at the church and the last ones to leave, they...

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