Thursday, 02 January 2014 16:07

What is the Meaning of Sex?

Sex. It’s a constant topic today, isn’t it? Whether you read entirely within Christian media, entirely outside of it, or a bit of both, you can hardly avoid the topic. And if it’s not sex itself, it’s one of the related topics—homosexuality or abortion or marriage. There are few areas where we find such debate and few areas that have greater impact on life, family and church.

Published in Books to Read
Thursday, 02 January 2014 13:52

A Wedding to Remember: Hottest Trends of 2014


Hello beautiful brides and brides to be!   Planning a wedding is such a special and fun experience for all parties involved. Every bride wants her wedding to be special, fun and memorable! The wedding planning process can become overwhelming at times so it is important to remember to stay calm and enjoy the experience; this is supposed to be the happiest moment of your life. 

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How long have you been married and what are your fondest memories of your wedding and the days leading up to it?


We were married on March 2, 2013, so we have been married for a little under a year.

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It’s rare to walk into marriage without an arsenal of expectations ready to fire. While some of us recognize these expectations, most of us don’t.


And when it comes right down to it, and things aren’t as rosy as we had in our minds, we have two choices. We can fold to complacency and conclude, “This must be how it’s going to be,” or we can fight for a marriage founded on Christ and His ability to pour endless resources of love, grace, and forgiveness into our hearts, which overflows into our marriage. This, of course, is much easier said than done. At the end of the day, we can all agree that marriage is hard, yet beautiful. It’s an opportunity to learn to love and be loved, forgive and be forgiven. But at it’s core, marriage is a picture of the story of Jesus and how He rescued us, His bride, from the dominion of darkness that attempted to hold us back from God’s arsenal of incredible love.

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Have you ever stopped to consider that were it not for the Bible, you wouldn’t be able to have a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ?  Think about it: If it weren’t for God’s written revelation of Himself to man, you simply would not be able to know how to become a Christian.  To the extent that He revealed Himself to you through the Bible, you are able to have an intimate relationship with Him.  Had He not revealed Himself to you, you would not be able to relate to Him as a son/daughter.  Revelation, therefore, is a prerequisite for having a relationship.  This is true not only of your relationship with God, but also with people. 

Published in Counselors Corner

The results are in and the 2013 Word of the Year, according to the dictionary people at Merriam-Webster, is “science” (“cognitive” was second), according to a CNN story, which reports that over at the Oxford American Dictionaries US, the top word is “selfie”, the result of the word’s growing usage and digital fame.  Its U.S. counterpart picked “science” primarily based on numbers on its website.  Merriam-Webster reportedly looked at the most searched-for words on its online dictionary, as well as those that showed the biggest increase in the number of look-ups.

Published in Bob Crittendon
Thursday, 02 January 2014 13:14

Financial Advice for Newlyweds

Financial Advice for Newlyweds


If you’re getting ready to tie the knot, then one thing you definitely want to talk about with your honey is money! You probably have lots going on, and emotions are running high. But believe us: now is the time to get on the same page about money. Money fights and money problems have been the leading cause of divorce for decades—but the good news is that these issues are preventable! Getting on the same page creates a strong foundation for a healthy, lifetime marriage. Plus, you’re stopping money fights before they start!

Published in Dave Ramsey Says
Thursday, 02 January 2014 13:05

Faith Over Fear

As a child growing up, I was afraid of closed spaces.  Any place that made me feel claustrophobic with no way out frightened me greatly.  I carried this fear within me, not willing to share it with anyone.

Published in Pastor's Perspective
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