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  • Free from Disorder0

    As we settle into a new year, many of us are determined to do better in 2020 than we did in 2019. Eat better, exercise more, take more time off, keep better tax records, read our Bible more consistently, pray more passionately, spend more time with our kids, take better care of the house, attend

  • Fear Not!0

    “A Charlie Brown Christmas” first aired in 1965, one year after I was born. Even back then Charles Shultz had to put up a fight to include the scene of Linus reciting Luke 2:8-14. Both his producer and his animator believed Shultz was crossing a line by having the Bible quoted to such an extent

  • The Word Became Flesh0

    During this fourth week of Advent, we are focusing on John’s description of Jesus as “the Word became flesh.” You can find this passage in John’s gospel, chapter 1. It sometimes happens that word meanings become trivialized. To trivialize something is to make it seem less important, less significant or less complex than it really

  • Confrontation and Comfort0

    Note: This article was inspired by a sermon preached by Rev. Carey Richards. With her permission, I have edited it to be an article for the Webb Weekly. This week’s theme for Advent is preparation. Remember, Advent means coming – and part of the Advent celebration involves preparing for Jesus’ return. Preparing to be in

  • Promises Made, Promises Kept0

    As we continue the celebration of Advent, let’s take a moment to consider two very important promises that Jesus made to His disciples as He was preparing them for His sudden departure. See John 14. Jesus knew His disciples were going to be shocked by His suffering, death and burial. They assumed that Jesus was

  • Are You Ready?0

    This past Sunday, the Christian world entered the season of Advent. The word advent means arrival or coming. Advent is celebrated just before Christmas to remind us that Jesus is coming again. It was designed to help believers keep a forward-looking perspective. The celebration of Christmas is certainly a highpoint in the Christian calendar, but

  • Content Whatever the Circumstances0

    “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13. This is one of the most popular verses found in the Bible. It is a statement of hopeful inspiration for anyone facing difficult or challenging circumstances. Athletes use it as motivation to overcome training obstacles and opponents. It is a prayer offered by

  • Giving Thanks In All Circumstances0

    Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; For this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. I Thessalonians 5:16-18 While we know it is God’s will for us, most of us would agree that sustaining a thankful spirit in all circumstances is not easy. Here are two reasons why we struggle: 1. Faulty theology—idolatry.

  • God’s Will for Your Life0

    Ask most Christians, and we will tell you that knowing God’s will for our lives is a high priority — likely the highest. We put a lot of prayer, thought, and effort into the quest to know God’s will, and we often wonder if we are living within God’s will. We Christians often say that

  • Live By Faith: Rahab the Faithful0

    The next hero of the faith introduced by the author of the Hebrews is Rahab. Rahab’s story is found in Joshua chapters 2 and 6. Here’s what the Hebrew writer says about this courageous woman: By faith the prostitute Rahab, because she welcomed the spies, was not killed with those who were disobedient. Hebrews 11:31