Memorial Day

Memorial Day Memory is an important part of the human experience. God created our minds in such a way that we can store information regarding past events and recall that information in the future. These facts range from the mundane tasks of life, such as brushing our teeth every day because (more…)

Bulletin Digest redesigned!

Bulletin Digest has undergone a redesign! When you receive your Bulletin Digest in the mail in the next few days, you will notice right away some things have changed. First, we have begun printing shorter articles at the request of our subscribers. (more…)

Dying Wedding Vows

Dying Wedding Vows Remember when “honor and obey” was a standard part of wedding vows? Then, the feminist movement said, “No way will I vow to obey my husband!” Today, you rarely hear a couple using this worthy vow to recognize and accept the roles and relationships God established in marriage (more…)

Seeing Jesus

Seeing Jesus It has often been noted that the resurrection of Jesus had a life-altering effect upon the apostles and other disciples. Jesus had predicted that His arrest and subsequent death would cause the disciples to desert Him (Matt. 26:31) and they would be overcome with sorrow (John 16:20). They do indeed scatter—they (more…)

Growing By Going Beyond

Growing by Going Beyond Introduction. We have all seen a toddler crawling around a room, eagerly eying furniture that can be used for leverage when the time comes for “pulling-up.” We have also seen, that toddler reach the pull-up stage and move to walking “with no holds.” We rightly praise and (more…)