Worship: Annoying Sounds or Vital Commuication

by: Larry Davies | June 29, 2017

Tap-tap, tap-tap-tap, tap-tap-tap-tap: annoying sounds? Maybe, but it could mean much more. Captain Eugene ‘Red’ McDaniel tapped on the walls of his cell in the Vietnamese Prisoner of War camp commonly known as the Hanoi Hilton. The taping was a secret code prisoners used to communicate with each other. The number one rule at the […]

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Elijah: Victory to Despair to Faith Conclusion

by: Larry Davies | June 20, 2017

Our business experienced the best year ever but I was feeling despair. Elijah witnessed the awe-inspiring power of God at Mount Carmel but never received the opportunity to savor it. Instead, he ran for his life, escaped to the desert and begged God to take his life. At times, even after significant accomplishments we can […]

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Turning Points and Elijah: Victory to Despair to Faith

by: Larry Davies | June 17, 2017

It was the best year ever. Our company shattered every sales record. Profits were exceptional. We even set a record for fewest customer complaints. It seemed that we could do no wrong. After the final results were tallied, we congratulated each other and handed out bonus checks. By the next day the celebrating was over […]

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Fathers Day and Uncle Bobby

by: Larry Davies | June 11, 2017

Father’s Day is not meant to just honor biological fathers. Father’s Day also recognizes fatherly influence from wherever it comes. I was fortunate to be influenced by several men. One of them was Uncle Bobby. After completing two tours in Vietnam, Uncle Bobby claimed three things, he would never live without again: air conditioning, hot showers […]

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Heart Trouble

by: Larry Davies | June 1, 2017

I am a fortunate pastor. My overall health has always been good but I wasn’t always good about maintaining my health. However, recently, almost any exertion caused chest pains and shortness of breath. A doctor suggested I go to a cardiologist immediately. Within days, I was tested, hospitalized and received three stents in my heart. […]

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