Teaching & Articles


    Praying the Bible
    05.03.20 | Prayer | Spiritual Disciplines | by Jason Hall

    Donald Whitney has written a little book called Praying the Bible that I have found remarkably helpful in my own prayer life. It is simple, straightforward and unpretentious. While Whitney is certainly not the first to write about letting...

      Prayer Guides | Vol. 5, Days 21-30
      04.30.20 | Prayer Guides | by Various Authors

      Day 21 – To Have Passion and Boldness I charge you therefore before God and the Lord Jesus Christ, who will judge the living and the dead at His appearing and His kingdom: Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince...

        Prayer Guides | Vol. 5, Days 1-9
        04.30.20 | Prayer Guides | by Various Authors

        DAY 1 – Connected to Christ I am the vine: you are the branches. Whoever abides in Me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing. John 15:5 As we think of our Pastor Search Team, the Elders are...

          Pandemic in Paradise
          04.27.20 | Family | Counseling | Conflict | by Mike Greene

          An upside to the stay-at-home order is that we have opportunities to spend more time together, to grow in love for each other, to worship together, and to spend more time making disciples at home. That is not to say that the COVID-19 situation...

            A Basic Bible Study Plan
            04.26.20 | Spiritual Disciplines | Word | by Jason Hall

            The following is an excerpt from Richland Creek's booklet Equipping Bible Study: Study One Book at a Time The writers of the Bible, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, wrote 66 entire books that we have now as the complete canon of...

              Pandemic Parenting
              04.23.20 | Family | Counseling | by Mike Greene

              “Mom, it’s a school bus! Stop calling it an answer to prayer!” Then, there was the neighbor observed peeling the honor student bumper sticker off their minivan; and many are finding out it is not really the teacher’s...