Two big things this Sunday: »»
I love and hate transitions. On the one hand, saying goodbye to good people is just plain lame. But on the other, I have learned to anticipate that transitions create space for God to raise up others to serve the church family out of their giftedness too. »»
The book of Proverbs tells us the first lesson in Wisdom 101 is this: Get wisdom! (Prov 4:7). Even if it costs everything, we’re told, it is worth it. Better than rubies or any other jewels, wisdom will make all the difference in making our lives work.
This past Sunday »»
Tell the truth: do you own any books with the words “For Dummies” in the title? I don’t but probably should. Car Maintenance for Dummies, Home Repairs for Dummies – I’m almost surprised no one has »»
This week Pastor Bryan continues our series in Proverbs. He explores the issue of anger through Proverbs 14:29, 15:1, and 19:11 (ESV). The question he asked is, “how does Proverbs teach us to better manage our anger?’