Dr. Mark Williams
The Book of Joshua is a profile in courage. In it we find stories of women and men who dared to believe God in spite of obstacles, in spite of culture, in spite of personal circumstances. It is a book that challenges all of us to push through our own personal times of peril and live courageously, assured that God who promised is faithful.
August 21, 2016 – Dr. Mark Williams
In trouble? Coping with change? For earth-shaking, mountain-moving, kingdom-tottering times there is a divine refuge for protection, divine strength for endurance, and a celestial river for refreshing. Relax! The Lord of Hosts is with us. The God of Jacob is your refuge.
Aug. 14, 2016 – Dr. Mark Williams
There are those moments in life when we find ourselves in need of mercy. Today’s teaching reminds us that a cry for mercy always captures the heart of Jesus.
There are times we feel torn by the tyranny of multiple agendas. We become walking civil wars. What if life was simplified to only one agenda, a single priority? For the Apostle Paul, life was as simple as this, “For me, to live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21). Living by this single priority can transform your personal circumstances, even personal relationships, and fill you with hope in the face of uncertainty.