The first Sunday of Advent as we prepare for the celebration of Christ’s birth, we consider His second coming and how we are “Waiting in Hope” Peace, Tex
On Christ the King Sunday, the week before Advent, when we are urged to prepare for the coming of the Christ, I am speaking of our ability to see Jesus in others.
Warning: today’s message is a little longer than usual, but I feel good about it anyway. We are in need of being able to discern the truth. “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” Peace, Tex
Life demands making choices, seizing opportunities, being prepared for what is coming in the future. The insights I share about the parable of the wise and foolish bridesmaids seeks to speak to these issues. Peace, Tex
Personal responsibility is a topic I touch on along with our tendency to blame others when things go wrong.
Joy is a wonderful feeling every child of God deserves to experience! But sadly, it is missing in too many lives. The way to Joy is the focus of the following message. Thank you for taking the time to listen. Peace, Tex
Welcome! Hope you are feeling well and free from uncertainty. Moses, faced with uncertainty asked God, “Show me your glory.” God’s reply was an answer to uncertainty. Peace, Tex
I want to thank all who take the time to view these weekly messages. I pray that they communicate the unconditional love of God for you and that you can find a way to reveal that grace in your relationships with others. “What the world needs now, as it always has, is Love!” Peace, Tex
Welcome to another message from Rev. William Culton made possible through Alpha Presbyterian Church. We pray that you are well and safe as you watch this and will find a blessing in it. Peace, Tex
We travel through this life in stages toward our final goal. We are familiar with many of the stages, having passed through them. In Exodus we read that the Israelites traveled through the wilderness in stages. This week’s stage is terror, doubt and putting the Lord to the Proof. “Is the Lord among us orContinue reading “Is the Lord Among Us or Not?”