"A Place Where Christians Meet"

Back to School

It’s that time of year again, “Back to School!  Many dread it, while some actually look forward to it; they say that right before they go back, anyways.  Ask the same people a few weeks into it if they still feel the same, and many of their answers may have changed.  The dawn of a […]

Reaching the Lost

As Christians, we are called to be Holy.  Being Holy means we are to be set apart.  We are different.  This behavior is more than just how we act in public, it is an overflow of what resides in our hearts (Luke 6:45).  Difficult situations that we encounter are met with the hope and knowledge […]

Where Was I?

Many of us are familiar with the book of Job. We try to empathize with the suffering that he endured. Job lost everything. His wealth was taken from him. His children were all killed. Not to mention, his health was severely affected. However, I invite you to skip ahead toward the end of the book […]

Remember Who You Are

“Remember who you are,” is what a preacher friend of mine told me he would say to his kids when they were old enough to go out on their own.  This is good advice, as I will one day, God willing, say the same to my own daughter when she is old enough to be […]

Let the children come to me

Just the other day, I was reading to my 3-year-old daughter about Jesus blessing the little children.  It was meant to be a short, but heart-felt devotional.  I wanted her to know that even though she is just a little girl that she can go to the Lord in prayer, at any time, no matter […]

Think Locally

“It’s a small world,” is what we often say after we meet someone, and they happen to know the same people who we know somewhere else.  We might even say this when bumping into someone we know while we are far away from home.  Is it really a small world?  If we were to take […]

A Hospital for Sinners

A Hospital for Sinners Just this week, brother David Zuniga sent out an email thanking the church for the support given to him in the form of prayers, cards, and texts while in San Angelo the past few months.  “I no longer see the church as a hotel for saints, but as a hospital for […]

A Conditional Covenant

The word, covenant, is not one we often use in a sentence.  It is understood that there was an old covenant, and we now live under a new covenant.  Jesus Christ, the Messiah, fulfilled the old covenant by bringing us a new and better one.  When we hear the word, promise, it speaks to us […]

Growing Older

By the time we get to chapter 21 in the gospel of John, Jesus has already been crucified as well as resurrected from the dead.  Jesus reveals himself again after Peter decides to go fishing and a few other disciples go with him.  After Jesus calls out to them to cast their net out on […]

Like a Little Child

In the same passage of scripture that was referenced in the previous article of this bulletin, there was the command of Jesus to allow the children to come to Him.  However, there was also a warning.  Mark 10:15 Truly I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child will […]