Churches: Letters and Testimonies

by: Larry Davies | July 27, 2018

“My church is my loving family. We searched for years and God blessed us. An ad about the choir brought us here, a nice couple told us about the service, “Come and See!” Been here ever since.” “I walked into a church to see a play my youngest son was in. I had not set […]

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Refrigerators and Churches

by: Larry Davies | July 18, 2018

Years ago, we needed to replace our refrigerator. My first stop was to the closest mega hardware store. It didn’t take long to find a refrigerator on sale that matched our needs. Spotting an employee, I asked: “I see an interesting refrigerator. Can I ask you a few questions?” He smiled and said, “I’m sorry, […]

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Seeking the Lost: Really?

by: Larry Davies | July 11, 2018

The stranger who entered the church was young and new to the community, struggling with her faith, with her identity and facing serious problems. She tentatively took her place in the back of the sanctuary as the service began. There was a time where prayers were spoken aloud by anyone. Hearing their prayers, she felt […]

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Softball, Three Men and a Creek

by: Larry Davies | July 6, 2018

Years ago, several members of our church suggested we join a church softball league. I was concerned. “Church leagues have a reputation for being more softball and less church. Will playing softball be more important than our mission? Does this really help us reach new people for Christ?” Reluctantly, I agreed to be part of […]

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