Monday, October 31, 2011

Morning Worship, 10/30/2011

Our culture conditions us to be first.  To be the best.  To be served.  To win.  Christ conditions us to be last.  To be our best.  To serve.  To surrender.  Do you see the difference?  He turns everything upside down.  He doesn’t want us to wear our faith in boxes on fringe; he wants us to live it in our actions by being not the first, but the last.  Not the winner, but the one who surrenders.


Monday, October 24, 2011

One year ago, 33 men were trapped 2,300 feet underground in a Chilean copper mine. The hell they faced is incomprehensible to us. And yet, the hell that has haunted them since then is all too familiar to us.


Monday, October 17, 2011

Morning Worship, 10/16/11

Leslie Clay is a Presbyterian Mission Co-Worker in Nicaragua along with her husband, Carl Agsten. Originally from Charleston, she's back in West Virginia for a few weeks to tell the story of her mission work. Here, she preaches on the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.