I’ll just come right out and say it: I believe America is the greatest nation on earth.
I know, I know. In today’s globalist times, nationalism isn’t always revered as a virtue. But there is not an unpatriotic bone in my body, and I unashamedly practice patriotism and believe it should be taught to a younger generation.
I love America. I love the freedom that she stands for. I love her flag. And I love those who have sacrificed to make her what she is.
I love the fact that we celebrate Memorial Day to honor those who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom. I love that we memorialize their sacrifice.
What about our nation and our veterans do we remember on Memorial Day? (more…)
Do you have clear objectives for your discipleship program? If so, do you have a road map to accomplish these goals?
Today I’m continuing the discipleship training at Striving Together Publications as we look at four biblical priorities for what should be included in a local church discipleship program. Watch the video there to join the discussion.
When Paul wrote to young Timothy, he emphasized the importance of the ministry—specifically of serving as a “good minister.”
If thou put the brethren in remembrance of these things, thou shalt be a good minister of Jesus Christ, nourished up in the words of faith and of good doctrine, whereunto thou hast attained.—1 Timothy 4:6
Our hearts’ desire at West Coast Baptist College is to train up a new generation of men and women who will be good ministers—servants—of Christ.
We believe that ministry really does matter. And because it matters, we believe the following four areas matter as well:
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Your Spiritual Life Matters
The most gifted spiritual leader can’t ignore their spiritual life—not without repercussions. (more…)