Jacob, Laban, Rachel, and Leah


Posted by on Sep 7, 2011 in Bible Study

I heard a study on sibling rivalry the other day and the speaker brought up Leah and Rachel from the Bible. It made me really start thinking about Leah, so I decided to put this study together and I believe there is an important message for us there.

Jesus at the Tomb

1981 Years Later…

Posted by on Apr 22, 2011 in Bible Study

It’s Friday, April 22nd, 2011 and it is the traditional annual celebration of the day Jesus died (often called Good Friday). You might be surprised to know, Jesus didn’t actually die on a Friday (we’ll see why shortly).

Perfected Praise

True Worship

Posted by on Dec 10, 2010 in Bible Study

Worship is one of those overly used words which has come to mean different things to different people. In studying worship with others, you hear a lot of: “Well, what worship means to me is…”. But is it really about what it means to you? Or what it means to God? I’d like to spend …

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Blind Justice?

Justice for All?

Posted by on Oct 19, 2010 in Bible Study

It seems to me that one of the hardest concepts of Christianity to grasp is how we are to handle injustice in our lives. Life is full of injustices. We will be betrayed. We will be lied to and/or lied about. Sometimes these disputes end up being misunderstandings and misconceptions. In the every growing world …

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Jesus and the Tabernacle

Tabernacled Among Us

Posted by on Sep 25, 2010 in Bible Study

I love how the Bible is so intricate in its design. It is truly amazing. Especially when studying something like the Tabernacle (or Temple for that matter). Know this, God never issued arbitrary commands. Everything he instructed the Israelites to do had a purpose as a “shadow of things to come” (Col 2:17).

The Spirit of Friendly Competition

Texas Friday Nights

Posted by on Sep 17, 2010 in News

It is a September Friday in Texas. To many this means football. Many people will experience a starry night tonight filled with the sounds of cheers and the smell of fresh cut grass and cooking hotdogs as they gather to cheer on their teams. I’m a fan of this tradition and would like to share …

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