NEW My Soul Purpose AUDIO BOOK for Students! Read by the author, Richard Leslie Parrott. Professor Parrott has a heart for his students. He…View More NEW My Soul Purpose AUDIO BOOK for STUDENTS!
This spirit filled lesson will truly touch your heart in a special way. Listen in as Dr Parrott brings us the “Life Giver, Image Bearer, History Maker.” The true voice of God. This could easily be my favorite recording of Dr Parrott’s class.View More Life Giver, Image Bearer, History Maker
Epiphany Sunday “The Christian feast celebrating the manifestation of the divine nature of Jesus to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi.” Dr Richard Parrott…View More Epiphany Sunday 2014
Years ago I came across a wonderful little piece. It’s a Japanese paraphrase of the most familiar of Psalms. You can find it in…View More The Lord is My Pace-Setter
There was a wonderful story carried in Reader’s Digest many, many years ago. It is the story of Arthur Gordon. He was a…View More Four Challenges for a New Year
This blog was written by a member of our Friends of Koinonia Class. She has battled her own journey with cancer over the past couple of years.
She writes: “In memory of the woman who taught me how to live for Christ no matter what challenges life throws at us. Thank you, Cheryl, for your love, support, example, and inspiration.”
You will be touched by her words speaking of attending our dear friend Cheryl Hales Memorial service yesterday…View More Turning Point in My Journey
Just about five years ago, Dr. Floyd Perkins, Nazarene Missionary and Bible College Professor, passed away. Dr. Perkins affected my life when he was my guide and host on a trip to Mozambique, 40 years ago. The story comes from one of his granddaughters.View More Grandpa’s Bible – A True Story
God brings moments of inner healing to your life, moments that almost pass by unless we see them and give God the praise. Here are three examples:
You hurt because of what someone said or didn’t say…View More The Living Spirit of the Living God
Lord, I can change the way I spend and, to some degree, the way I earn. But, the deeper change is more challenging. Daily bread becomes an obsession. It becomes something to fret over. It quickly is all consuming. This is an issue of presence; its presence in my thoughts and fears can be cancerous. The worries of daily bread start to eat me alive.View More Give us this day our daily bread…