February 13, 2019

If you’re not studying the Bible, then what are you doing, beloved? It’s so worth it. I’d say with regards to my faith, it’s the most fulfilling thing I do. In bible study, we’re currently studying the New-Testament book Hebrews. It’s a difficult text to tackle, but I’...

December 29, 2018

On a good Sunday, anywhere from 25 to 30 people attend our church. Normally, our attendance hovers around 20. A normal church would be panicking, but our members seem steady as the ship goes. Like them, I feel as if within our church’s walls, there’s a serene peace. It...

December 24, 2018

It was during the Christmas season four or five years ago that I began my journey back to God. In my story is the Christmas story, but not the one you’re used to.

Do you remember the Christmas story that was told to you as a child? Unfortunately, the story is barely rew...

June 19, 2018

Last Sunday, we started the Book of 2 John – a book I’ve never read nor studied. Pastor was laying out the context for us, so us students of the Word (we’re all students of the Word, I suppose) could better interpret John’s epistle. One thing stuck with me in particula...

March 12, 2018

It’s tedious, time-consuming, and extensive. Then again, it’s one of the most fulfilling things one can do. I’m of the opinion that studying your Bible is a must-do exercise. We are commanded to have a defense when asked about the Word, and it’s hard to do that when th...

March 9, 2018

Why do Christians think that if they compromise their core beliefs, the world will accept them with open arms and a plate of warm cookies? Let’s talk about this question, shall we?

For context, here are some recent polls conducted by PEW Research regarding Christians to...

March 5, 2018

Tonight, a one-hour documentary aired on FOX about the life and impact of Rev. Billy Graham. I was brought to tears. I’m not sure if those tears were 100% tears of joy, because a part of me mourns the loss of a great champion of Jesus Christ. Then, a sense of selfishne...

February 27, 2018

I’ll keep this post short, sweet, and to the point – THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX.

The vast majority of Christians haven’t read their Bible. While not necessarily surprising, it is disturbing. Why? Because the map to understanding the nature of God is given freely to us. His W...

January 11, 2018

On January 12, 1920, Clarence (Red) Edward Brosam was born on a farm near Decatur, Nebraska. His childhood was framed by family, hard work, and God. Though I may not have known him then, I can tell you that at the age of 98, the framework hasn’t changed. Two decades la...

January 6, 2018

I tried to think up some flowery language that would serve as an attention-getting introduction, but my mind is currently incapable of being overtly creative. Anyway, enjoy part two of our church’s history as told in 1893 by J.H. Stewart.

“THE NEBRASKA BAPTIST ASSOCIATI...

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