Mission and World Religions

As we undertake the Great Commission, we will share the gospel with people firmly convinced of another religion’s claims. Discover the differences between the major world religions and how the Word interacts with them. 

Digital Dangers

Technological developments encourage advancement or expose depravity. Acknowledge the digital dangers and resolve to alter your habits so you can be as closely aligned with God as possible.

Reorganizing Your Device

Our phones are often like a junk drawer in your house. You consistently put more in there and rarely take anything out. If you are serious about setting healthy limits regarding technology, you will have to make some intentional changes. It’s time to go the second mile in reorganizing your device. 

Reevaluating Your Filters

Technology opens a door to helpful content and dangerous opportunities. While you may have the best of intentions, are you doing everything you can to protect yourself and your family against the dangers of online material? Do you have a plan to combat it? It’s time to go the second mile in reevaluating your filters. 

Missing Mentors

For all the resources at our disposal, the one thing we are missing is intentional mentors discipling us. The best content in the world can never replace a person walking alongside us.

Patient Progress

As we minister to people, we quickly realize that growth rarely happens overnight. If we are in the work of discipleship, we must be committed to exhibiting patient progress.

The Tyranny of Technology

1 Cor. 9:24-27; 6:12 – To experience spiritual sanity, we might require a digital detox. If you don’t discipline yourself to control technology, be assured that it is controlling you.

Undistracted Devotion

Erskine College Chapel February 14, 2017 1 Corinthians 7 Main Points If mission does not define the relationship, then the relationship will define the mission. The only way that you can decide to get married is if you can make a case before God that you can serve him better married than you can single. …


Stop Saying “Judge Not”

I have a pet peeve. It bothers me when people use Scripture out of context to advance their agenda. Satan was the originator of that method (Luke 4:9-11) and people still do it today.  Some people do it out of ignorance, and some do it in order to deceive. I have actually always wanted to do …