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Sheep Without a Shepherd

If you have read any number of written materials that we have shared over the years, you'll know that we frequently discuss physical and spiritual care. This is not a marketing phrase or a passing fad. These are, in effect, the core tenets of our ministry—the example for which we find in Jesus' earthly ministry.

Loving Our Neighbors

“I thought you were supposed to be Christian!” This phrase has been repeated countless times over the years—most often in response to a confrontation about inappropriate behavior. In some people’s minds, our being Christian means that we are obligated to overlook their actions, even when harmful to themselves or others. What is the appropriate Christian response to sinful behavior? How do we love our neighbors?

Just a Thought: The work of Christ on the cross

I believe it is beneficial to frequently contemplate the cross and Christ’s suffering on our behalf. The punishment for sin is not simply death and then going out of existence; sin and unbelief will be punished eternally. Those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus “will pay the penalty of eternal destruction, away from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of His might” (2 Thess. 1:9).