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Interpreting the Bible - June 2020

By David K. Bernard     Whether we realize it or not, all of us make certain assumptions when we interpret the Bible.

When You Come to the Fork in the Road - June 2020

By P. Daniel Buford     Yogi Berra, New York Yankees’s legend as catcher and manager, was king of the seemingly senseless statement, which became known as Berra-isms.

Understanding God's Word - May 2020

By David K. Bernard     The Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God, and our understanding of truth must be grounded in Scripture. We do not have the liberty to import our ideas and philosophies into the text.

Community Counts - May 2020

By P. Daniel Buford     I first read the story many years ago. I have used it occasionally in sermons and lessons since then. In light of recent restrictions of large gatherings of people, including church services, I think it needs a revisit. 

Rules for Fighting Fair - April 2020

by David K. Bernard     In every significant relationship the partners will sometimes disagree. Differences of opinion are not necessarily a problem but can be a strength. The goal isn’t to eliminate them but to handle them in a mature, constructive fashion.

The Power of a Good Report - April 2020

By P. Daniel Buford     “Well, I’ve got good news and bad news. Which do you want first?”

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By David K. Bernard     Whether we realize it or not, all of us make certain assumptions when we interpret the Bible. Instead of unknowingly following certain traditions and presuppositions, we should examine our approach and follow principles and methods that are compatible with our view of...

By P. Daniel Buford     Yogi Berra, New York Yankees’s legend as catcher and manager, was king of the seemingly senseless statement, which became known as Berra-isms. Some of them attributed to Yogi he may have never said, leading him to say, “I never said most of the things I said.”...

By David K. Bernard     The Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God, and our understanding of truth must be grounded in Scripture. We do not have the liberty to import our ideas and philosophies into the text. Instead of adapting the Bible’s message to fit our preconceptions and desires,...