It’s exciting when someone calls his shot. A baseball player points beyond the stands to the parking lot and then lifts his bat. The sales goal is written on the white board in the office for all to see. A boy runs in from looking at the starry sky and proclaims he’s going to be […]
A Knight’s Tale Camp Wingmann Retreat, a Remembrance As we gathered together to begin our time of retreat, little did we know that not one of us would be the same man that stepped into a rainy Florida evening just 2 days later. Nor did we know our lives would be challenged far beyond climbing […]
The City of Lake Mary along with Mayor David Mealor presented St. Peter’s with a Proclamation in recognition of St. Peter’s 30th Anniversary and proclaming September to be St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Month.
40 Days Prayer Walk in Sanford The purpose of the 40 days Prayer Walk is to cover Sanford in Prayer for racial peace and unity. Sanford is still dealing from the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting and the verdict of the Zimmerman trial. Meanwhile, another teen is shot in Furguson, Missouri, which has inflamed […]
Many of us have people in our lives that make demands on us which would cause grave damage to our own relationship with God. No person has the right or authority to demand or prevent us from truly living under the Lordship of Jesus. The post Are you Spiritually Codependent? The Wisdom of Godly Boundries appeared first on The Rev. Charlie Holt.
Paul’s final charge to Timothy is to “guard the deposit entrusted to you”(6:21) As a minister of the Gospel, Timothy is being sent into a battle on to the frontlines for the very Gospel itself. He needs strong encouragement to see the importance of the task and ministry with which he has been entrusted. He […] The post Guard the Deposit of Faith appeared fir
The man with the wrong clothes was a person who responded affirmatively to the invitation of the Gospel. He had come to the party and was included among its participants, but something was amiss. The post Not Dressed for the Party? appeared first on The Rev. Charlie Holt.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTIH6uPwS80?rel=0&w=100&h=357]If you can’t see this video in your RSS reader or email, then click here. Words are powerful. The words of Jesus, especially so. The Crucified Life Devotional provides a daily space in which we can meditate on Jesus’ final words from the cross. As we consider His Words, we understa
Jesus called people from all manner of life into the Kingdom of God....One of the critical challenges for Jesus' "little flock" was to sort out how to maintain a holy, growing, united community made up of broken hurting sinners. Jesus provided direction to his church. The post How to Deal with Sin in the Church appeared first on The Rev. Charl
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