Author Archives: Carl Peters
Goodbye, Aunt Jody … See you soon. Earlier this week my Aunt “Jody” Groves Thompson, age 85, went to glory to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Peter had failed his Lord. On the eve of Christ’s crucifixion Peter bragged that if all others should forsake Jesus, he, Simon Peter, “The Rock,” would never do so!
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A short story worth enjoying again and again: “You have a big nose!” the little boy said, touching the Messiah’s nose. Jesus laughed, rubbing the child’s head. “And you are very honest,” Jesus answered.
This year, Resurrection Sunday, commonly called Easter, falls on March 27th. On this day each year Christians remember the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Rather than go into an in-depth theological dissertation, let me sum up the subject matter: Over the past 2000 years Bible-believing Christians have looked to the heavens for our Lord’s return or second coming to earth, as promised in Scripture, … Continue reading
Again this year, I have decided to post basically the same thoughts in our annual Christmas blog that we have shared in the past. I trust this year’s Christmas post will again be a good reminder to everyone of the … Continue reading
A special young family lives across the street from us, complete with four boys (with a capital B!) and one tiny little blond Princess.
When a young couple comes together in marriage they usually envision that their union will be “forever!” The napkins on the table by the wedding cake might softly say, “Forever Yours,” and the cake itself might whisper, “Together Forever.”