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Two Influential Pastors Receive Honorary Degrees from MACU

By Whitney Knight and Elizabeth Sieg

Mid-America Christian University honored two influential Church of God leaders during commencement services on Saturday, May 13, at Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City. 420 more words

All Church Of God

Celebrating Grace - Excerpt from Ten Year Ordination Anniversary Sermon

I can identify with Paul’s anger.

In his letter to the Galatians, Paul was angry at anything – or anyone – that contradicted or got in the way of the message of Grace he was called to preach. 894 more words


Mom’s B & B provides spiritual refreshment

Former editor Dennis Dawson used to write a column in the Illinois Baptist titled, “Is This a Great State or What?” During those days, I remember many IBSA staff members who would return from a far corner of the state and parody that column’s title by asking, “Is this a great BIG state, or what?” 630 more words


Leadership; May 20, 2017

Joshua 6:16 The seventh time around, when the priests sounded the trumpet blast, Joshua commanded the people, “Shout! For the Lord has given you the city!” 573 more words


May 21 @ 2 Corinthians 11-13

2 Corinthians 11-13 (NLT) 

Discover His heart: He provides loving shepherds to protect us from wolves in sheep’s clothing 

@2 Corinthians 11
It’s difficult to read about Paul’s humbling experience defending his ministry.  699 more words

Daily Devotions

Pastor Alex Montoya's Sermon: The Harvest Is Plentiful, But the Workers Are Few

I really appreciate the preaching ministry of Alex Montoya.  In this recent sermon at The Master’s Seminary chapel session, Dr. Montoya preaches a sermon “The Harvest Is Plentiful, But the Workers Are Few.”  It is based upon Matthew 9:36 – 10:16. 15 more words


The Healthy Church

Christ went in to reverse the whole conception of leadership: The leader was to serve. Diane Langberg, Clergy Sexual Abuse

From the time people in Jesus’s day began to hear that He was the promised Messiah, disappointment and disbelief began to spread.   1,794 more words