Archives for November 2018

The Light Has Come!

“Darkness,” may be defined as the partial or total absence of light. When light is removed objects are unrecognizable or distorted. The human eye can’t perceive color without light. One can’t judge distance very well when stumbling in the dark of night. Darkness also hides what could easily be recognized in the light; whether that is a rugged pathway, furniture in a room, a curving highway or an abyss that looms ahead. When we choose to walk in darkness trouble usually ensues. It is no wonder … [Read more...]

A Note From Dan…

Several weeks ago as Hurricane Michael pounded the coast of north Florida, it left a path of massive destruction across Florida, south Alabama, and Georgia. The people in the path of this storm will be recovering for months or maybe years. It is wonderful to see how our country responds when disaster strikes. I grew up in the small town of Marianna, Florida and in the 1990’s, I served a church in Panama City, Florida. I know this area well and I know of many churches in that area. … [Read more...]