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What is Stewardship?

Brenton Cammack
Stewardship has always been fundamentally ingrained within the human experience. The sturdy walls of a home or the vast array of parts within a vehicle require an astute amount of diligent care, because the sturdiest foundations falter to the wear and tear of time. The ... Read more

It Is More Blessed to Give Than to Receive

Lincoln Huseby
“In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’” -Acts 20:35 NASB This passage has been ... Read more

What Kinds of Rewards Will I Receive in Heaven?

Nathaniel Wall
One motivation the Bible uses to encourage faithfulness in a Christian is through reward. The Bible repeatedly tells believers to persevere because “great is your reward in heaven” (Matthew 5:12; Luke 6:23). It is inspiring to know that God wants to reward his people. Hebrews ... Read more

When is War Just?

Alpine Bible
The topic of war should not be treated lightly. It is a sobering subject and unfortunately sometimes necessary. There are solid biblical reasons to support the idea of a just war.  After all, the Bible teaches us that life is precious, we should protect it, ... Read more

How Comparison Kills Contentment

Wayne Staker
I think we would all agree that social media has had a major impact on our world. Some of the impact has been good: it has been a great way for folks to keep in touch with long lost friends; to share activities we enjoy ... Read more
Communion Bread and Cup

Communion: Connection Between Old and New Covenants

Lincoln Huseby
Three and half thousand years ago in Egypt, God chose Moses to lead His people out of slavery. The Israelites had been there for four hundred years suffering under the yoke of the Pharaohs. Their lives belonged to Pharoah from the moment they were born. ... Read more
You Are A Classic

You Are A “Classic”

Wayne Staker
What comes to mind when you think of the word “classic”? Classic movies? Classic books? Classic music? For me, it is classic cars. If I had a lot of money, I would love to spend some of it restoring classic cars. I’m talking cars from ... Read more

On the Clock: Stewarding Our Gifts and Talents

Lincoln Huseby
What do we mean when we say, “I’m on the clock”? It most often means that we are at work and cannot be distracted by anything outside of our duties. During “on the clock” hours, my time is not my own. I am held accountable ... Read more

Three Ways to Pray Effectively

Wayne Staker
If you like to read, you know that there are hundreds of books available on the subject of prayer. Books written by men and women who are a lot smarter than I am. So, you might be wondering, what can I say about prayer that ... Read more
two are better than one

Four Reasons Why Two Are Better Than One

Nathaniel Wall
Ecclesiastes 4:9 says: “Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor:” Why are two better than one? Obviously, it is not always true that two are better than one. On some occasions, two people together can be more destructive ... Read more