By J. Philip Clark. We have had – in our brief existence – some success in planting congregations at points of need. While we will not depreciate our strategic planning, success is in some measure due to godly church members moving with the population shift, finding no satisfactory church in the new location, and calling for help to establish a church in their new neighborhood.
By Les Thompson. A missionary is one sent out, commissioned by his homeland church to go to some other land to proclaim the Gospel of Christ and establish the Church of our Lord Jesus with all the detail that involves – teaching the Scriptures, Biblical doc
By Dave Hilmers. Was the promise of salvation in which I took so much comfort really mine? Just before the countdown resumed, my faith was renewed by remembering that our salvation rests not upon our own righteousness but upon that of Christ and that His sav
As we talk about success and failure, we need to remind ourselves of whose terms of reference we are using. It must be in God’s terms. It seems to me this is the area in which we have to be careful about “pop” Christianity and “success through godli
By Sharon Kraemer. The Harvest fact sheet describes the basic minis
By Fred Marsh. This is mercy. This is God’s calling to me. I am proud to be among the walking wounded – proud that God would see fit to rescue me from my arrogance enough to make me realize that, contrary to the popular saying, God helps those who cannot help themselves. The greater the need, the greater is God’s mercy made available to that individual.
By Dr. William S. Barker. But what do we know about the resurrection body of Jesus that will tell us something about our resurrection bodies?
By James M. Hatch, Jr. It is vital to have a proper concept of children. They are not dolls or playthings. Made in the very image of God, your children are priceless, but they have needs which can only be supplied by you. Child development – growing into maturity – is a magnificent process with ups and downs that parents may not always understand.
By James M. Hatch, Jr. Simply stated, “parenting by grace” means that to be a biblical parent you must treat your children like God does. Every time you face an issue you must have God’s supernatural grace ena