Pastor’s Blog

Daily Devotional Oct. 3, 2022

“You shall not steal” (Exodus 20:15, ESV).


     Last Thursday, the security cameras at a toy shop in Tabatinga, Brazil recorded a dog wandering into the store. The footage revealed the dog latching onto a stuffed sheep, then attempting a fast get-away. To the dog’s chagrin, the toy animal became stuck in the doorway leaving the pup no choice but to drop its newly found prize. Life can be ruff when you’re a stray (oops, I mean rough).


Daily Devotional September 30, 2022

 “Don’t jump to conclusions – there may be a perfectly good explanation for what you just saw”
(Proverbs 25:8, The Message).

     Not everything is as it seems. Unfortunately, this saying holds true for movie buffs. I am a big fan of the 1939 iconic film, The Wizard of Oz. I like the fact the Wicked Witch gets justice in the end. I am encouraged that Dorothy and Toto live happily ever after.


Daily Devotional September 29, 2022

     Earlier this month an Arizona shop set a Guinness world record for having the most milkshake flavors. Snow Cap,
an ice cream shop in Seligman, offers its customers 266 different milkshake flavors. Among others, the shop’s owners serve such refreshing treats, such as peanut butter and onion, banana and chili, and orange and fish burger. Don’t these options make your tastebuds water?


Today’s Daily Devotion

“Because you have little faith,” he said. “I assure you that if you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you could say to this mountain, ‘Go from here to there,’ and it will go. There will be nothing that you can’t do” (Matthew 17:20, CEB).


Daily Devotional September 19, 2022

Please excuse us; there will be a break in our daily devotions this week. 

We will resume our daily devotions next week.

Daily Devotional September 16, 2022

A cheerful heart brings a smile to your face; a sad heart makes it hard to get through the day”     (Proverbs 15:13, MSG).

       There is much to trouble the soul these days. I don’t care to elaborate on our world’s concerns. There’s more than enough bad news to go around to sink the human heart into despair. Too many of us are feeling as low as a bow-legged caterpillar.