By Bob Brubaker  |  

The Hardest One to Love?

February 28, 2022

So we have talked in detail over the past several weeks about the importance of love and how we show it to one another.  Let’s talk this week about showing our love to God.  As scripture says, this is the most important commandment.  I know for me personally, there have been times that I have […]

Relief In Suffering

February 28, 2022

There are times when we all feel the pangs of suffering. It may be the pains of physical affliction. Others may feel the taxing of emotional strain or relational disunity. It can even be the stress of financial woes or a loss of job. Jesus made it known that this is what awaits the life […]

Embracing Discomfort

February 21, 2022

We live in a very comfortable time when we seem to hold to comfort above anything else. Consequently, when the Bible speaks of times of discomfort in the form of affliction, suffering, discipline, pruning, self-denial, or tribulation most people want to turn a deaf ear and go back to the promises of God’s love, a […]

Who Do You Love?

February 14, 2022

As our minds turn to the subject of “LOVE” at this time of the year, it would be good to rehearse some things about love from a biblical perspective. True love in the Bible involves commitment, rather than feeling. Although we hear the expression today of “falling in love,” the truth of the matter is […]

By This All People will Know That You are My Disciples

February 11, 2022

At the beginning of John chapter 13, Jesus washes his disciples feet, using it as an example of how to demonstrate love for others. John writes, “having loved his own who were in the world,  he loved them to the end”. Then John describes in detail how Jesus washed each of the disciples feet.   […]

Avoiding Decision Fatigue

February 7, 2022

You have probably experienced the scenario of trying to watch what you eat but have come to the end of the day when you didn’t have something planned and couldn’t decide on what to fix so you found yourself giving into the easy decision of just ordering pizza. That’s called decision fatigue. Face it. In […]