Author Archives: Clark Bunch
Sometimes if you can’t be a good example you’ll just have to be a terrible warning. The letters to the seven churches are recorded for our benefit. Learn what they did right, what they did wrong, then choose wisely.
Solomon was a wise leader that did not always follow his own advice. All of his material possessions and entertainment options failed to bring him happiness. Think about that the next time you see headlines claiming that Christmas is not … Continue reading
The Apostle Paul uses the language of analogy to encourage Christian believers. The prize is Jesus and he wants you to win!
Context is important. We have to be careful when witnessing – or for that matter with one another – that there are sinners and there are sinners saved by grace.
This is Sunday morning’s sermon. I was getting sick and didn’t know if I would make it through this. I crashed afterwords; Monday was the worst. So I finally listened to this sermon today and it turned out better than … Continue reading
Sometimes God is accused of being unfair or unjust. Some might even imagine they will reprimand God or reason with him on the day of judgement. God’s preference is that people listen to his warnings and turn to righteousness rather … Continue reading
Sometimes newspapers or televised news programs issue a retraction when they publish facts that are wrong. Sometimes they catch their own mistake and other times people write or call in to complain. I just listened to my Sunday morning sermon … Continue reading
The Parable of the Good Samaritan is probably well known. Like other titles we tend to give biblical narratives, that was added later and may work against our understanding. Hear this parable again with a mission emphasis as we wrap … Continue reading
Much like “You only live once” that should be a warning to make good choices and not an excuse to disregard all caution. This is #3 of 4 in a mission’s focused series. We will wrap up next week.
Week 2 of Mission Georgia focus. When God’s people worked together, with one heart and one soul in a community of believers, they will have an impact on the world around them.