Posts with the tag “tim-hardy”
Comfort Found in Psalm 23
by Communications Admin on October 6th, 2023
It’s been a difficult season because of the passing of a dear family friend. It is amazing how grief is so emotionally draining and begins to uncork past grief. However, amid the grief, comfort can be found through the Word of God.One such section of Scripture that has helped to bring comfort and focus during this time of chaos and distraction is Psalm 23. It is one of the most recognized and reci...
Light of the World
by Communications Admin on September 30th, 2022
Have you ever been in a situation where there were lights on around you that you were not aware of until it was dark? This happened to me when I was recovering from surgery and had to sleep in my recliner. When the house lights were turned off, I was surprised at how many lights were still on. There were the flickering lights of our internet server, the power light on our TV, the little blue light...
Peace of God vs. Peace of Man
by Communications Admin on May 19th, 2022
Although sin was apparent in the world of my youth, it has now become blatantly broadcasted in the world today. More and more I find myself wanting and asking for the peace of God. However, even though I ask for the peace of God, He is showing me that my true desire is for the peace of man.The peace of man is the deep longing for unwanted circumstances to change. As Webster defines it, “Freedom fr...
What's in a Name?
by Communications Admin on February 17th, 2022
It was Shakespeare that wrote in Romeo and Juliet, “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet.” His point was that names were irrelevant. However, I would argue that names are very relevant. Our own names are our very identity, intimate and personal. There is great meaning when people call us by name. This was made very evident to me when not very long ago. During our s...
Finding Comfort in the Sovereignty of God
by Communications Admin on March 11th, 2021
When my girls were little and beginning to reason and wonder, the one thing they had in common was the question of why. “Papa, why do pinecones fall down on the ground?” This one question would explode into multiple “why” questions. Although it could be frustrating at times, their little minds were curiously hungry to try to understand the world around them. The questions of why were never a prov...