Today’s Sunday Service was from Hebrews 6 where God tells us not to lose our love for His Holy Word. God explains no believer can lose their salvation, but one can easily fall away. God instructs to know what we believe and to continue to grow in our faith. We are to build a good… Continue reading Are You Embracing Jesus?
Last night, we saw the biblical Queen Esther theatrical show at Sight and Sound in Lancaster, PA. it was totally awesome. The main verse was Be still and know that I Am God. We tend go back in time when visiting the Amish farmland country. One can’t help but to check out the Amish and… Continue reading Baltimore Bound!
Do not be afraid of them; the LORD your God himself will fight for you - Deuteronomy 3:22. Did you know the phrase “Fear Not” phrase is found throughout the Bible 365 times? God tells us specifically not to be afraid of anything. Why is this? It is human nature to be scared at some… Continue reading Be Not Afraid
Today’s Sunday Service was from the last book of the Bible, which is Revelation where John the Apostle describes the rapture of the church. The end times are real and coming soon. God’s Word is true, as we know the history of what has happened has already has come true. For example, Israel came back… Continue reading God’s Final Invitation
Let not your heart envy sinners, but continue in the fear of the Lord all the day. Surely there is a future, and your hope will not be cut off. Proverbs 23:17-18. Why do we let fear get the best of us? Sometimes we know we must do something, but we let the fear of… Continue reading Fear Of The Unknown
Today’s Sunday Service was from Revelation Chapter 20, where John the disciple described the millennial judgment on Satan and the dead that is to come after Christ return. We learned that Satan and those who have the mark of the beast are thrown into the lake of fire. Only those who have accepted Christ, as… Continue reading A Thousand Years
In the news, there has been a lot of controversy over “WOKE” curriculum and what should be taught to today’s youth. In my opinion, Yes, we should cover the definition of the issues that create bias, identity, gender inequality, racism, stereotypes, and violence. As educators, we need to encourage anti-racism, diversity, and inclusion early on,… Continue reading Back to the Basics vs. Woke Cirriculum
Today’s Sunday Service was by guest Pastor Dave Tomasso and was based on Matthew 11. Jesus and the disciples go out to preach to the masses. However, John the Baptist was in prison and he doubtingly asks, “If Jesus is the one to come?” Jesus responds to the disciples to tell John the Baptist again… Continue reading Second Chances
I am excited this semester is done, as it means summer is finally here! It’s has been a crazy extra long semester with no breaks due to covid. I taught both remotely and on campus for three different local colleges. I pray for all of my students to do well on their finals exams. May… Continue reading Teacher Off Duty
To all the mom’s out there Happy Mother’s Day!Here are two digital media links that I like to around this time, in remembrance of my beloved Mom. The 1st link is one of my Dad’s last sermons where he gives honor to his beloved wife, our mom and his Mom, our grandmothers. All three were… Continue reading Have a Blessed Mother’s Day!