Pastor's Pens Archive
Pastor's Pens appear in New Covenant Fellowship's Sunday bulletin to explain the history behind a holiday, a current event or to give clarity to a biblical subject. Many have said they are encouraging and enlightening.
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Victory One Step at a Time
When God led His people into the Promised Land, He did so one step at a time. In Deuteronomy 7:22, it states, “The Lord your God will drive out these nations before you little by little. You will not be able to destroy them all at once; otherwise, the...
Sunday, May 22, 2016
Look Through The Eyes Of Jesus
Our natural tendency as human beings is to be attracted to sameness and resist all that is different. We congregate with people who are like us-the same color, race, or culture. We tend to mistrust and even resist anyone who is different. People often...
Sunday, May 08, 2016
The Origin of Mother's Day
Today we celebrate Mother’s day. The “Mother’s Day” concept has a long history of religious connections which in modern times seem to have been predominantly Christian. In ancient Greece, the idea of paying tribute to motherhood was given expression...
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Humble Yourself Under God's Mighty Hand
I spoke to a pastor once about the number of members who do not
financially support the church and he stated that the reason why Christians in America do not give consistently is because they are ungrateful for what God has done for them. “That...
Sunday, April 03, 2016
It Is More Blessed to Give Than to Receive
I rejoice to speak about money and about giving. Speaking pointed words about money and possessions puts me in good company, namely, with Jesus. Randy Alcorn reckons that “15 percent of everything Christ said relates to this topic—more than His...
Sunday, March 27, 2016
The Lost Tomb Of Jesus
The Lost Tomb of Jesus," is a documentary that suggests a 2,000-year-old Jerusalem tomb could have once held the remains of Jesus of Nazareth and his family. The operative phrase is "could have," but in actuality it could not have. There's an old song...