In total 45-50 projects done in the name of our Jesus. All of these deeds showing relentless love to the city God has entrusted to us.
The question “Do you believe this,” is a question that everyone who ever walks the face of this third rock from the sun has to answer.
Do you remember the parable of the Seed Sower? That story is the beginning of Matthew 13. There Jesus told the story of a farmer sowing his seeds.
Waiting is not something I do very well. Most of us can remember when we were growing up waiting for that special present on Christmas Day.
What is the big deal about VBS at First Denton you may ask? Well, the big deal is VBS is unique in that it provides a concentrated dose of biblical teaching for our own children, as well as the opportunity to reach the lost in our community with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Hello! My name is Jared and I am a functional introvert! I learned this about myself long ago and I have had to find ways to cope with this reality.
Some time ago I read an article about new year’s resolutions. As you might expect, about 80 percent of all new year’s resolutions involve in some way diet and exercise.
I’ve always had kind of a love/hate relationship with the various “super-glues” out there. How many times have you attempted to repair an object with a “super glue” only to have the glue not work at all on the object, but stick your fingers together like there’s no tomorrow?
I believe that October 31st is just another day that we have been given by God to respond to the Great Commission found in Mark 16:15: “Go into all the world and preach the good news to everyone.”
As the professor approached the main square of the campus, he glanced across the way and noticed a man in blue overalls pumping water from a well. An hour later, after his lecture, he was surprised to see the man still pumping.
Waiting can bring a sense of expectation and anticipation. There are times that I see God answer my prayers right away. Then, there are those other times when my prayers linger and answers seem far away.
When I was in high school, I remember throwing out my back one day because I overloaded my backpack with textbooks. Instead of emptying it between classes, I carried all of my books the entire day.
Some people like to be in charge while others prefer to let someone else take the lead. For most of my life, I have been in roles where I was “in charge.”