Doctor’s Orders (Part 15)

Luke 18:18-23StudyLet’s read that last verse to see how the young man reacted.Luke writes,“After he heard this, he became extremely sad, because he was very rich” (Luke 18:23, HCSB).The ruler had come to Jesus for advice. Jesus had given him the best advice, tailor made for his real problem, his real affliction. The young man … Continue reading Doctor’s Orders (Part 15)

Social Justice Project #34

Practical Concerns and QuestionsDoes Scripture enshrine generational guilt?All of us are sinners (Romans 3:23). What does this mean? Essentially, we are sinners by nature and choice. Each person has fallen short of God’s standard, which is set forth in the two great commands (Matt. 22:36-40). We do not love God, nor do we love others. … Continue reading Social Justice Project #34


2021 #5According to the latest statistics, there are 535 million people who follow the teachings of Buddhism. But, Buddhism may be more of an unknown to us. How does the Buddhist worldview compare to the Christian worldview? Kenneth Samples looks at this important topic in his book God Among Sages. The Shreveport Chapter of Reasons … Continue reading IMPORTANT MINISTRY ANNOUNCEMENT

Social Justice Project #32

Practical Concerns and QuestionsDo Christians care about the whole person or just the soul?Have you ever heard a Christian believer described as being “so heavenly minded that they are no earthly good?” This is an old phrase, but one that is loaded with meaning. Some Christians react to the prevailing culture, especially in the United … Continue reading Social Justice Project #32