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Four Words for Easter

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Pastor Daniel Gillenwater, The Church at Eastern Oaks Around this time of year, there are countless Easter Egg hunts all over town. Almost every church, including mine, will host an Easter Egg hunt. (If you would like to come, The Church at Eastern Oaks will host ours on […]

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A Name No One Knows But He Himself

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Rev. Kyle Searcy, Fresh Anointing House of Worship At the heart of Revelation’s depiction of Christ’s return is a profound assertion of identity and self-assurance. Revelation 19:12 depicts Jesus with “eyes like a flame of fire” and wearing many crowns, a powerful image of majesty and authority. However, […]

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Will You Surrender?

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Rev. Michael A. Cobb, Dalraida Global Methodist Church When you think of a word like “surrender” what comes to mind? I think about white flags with hands raised, tapping out on the mat, or essentially giving up. But I love what someone told me about surrender: “It isn’t […]

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Not Everyone Loves the Holidays

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Pastor Mark Bethea, First Baptist Church of Montgomery The holiday season and Christmas can bring a multitude of emotions. On some levels it may feel like Andy Williams’ famous song, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” On the other hand, it could feel like Merle Haggard’s, […]

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Living Fascinated

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Dr. Kyle Searcy, Fresh Anointing House of Worship I am awestruck by our God-given ability to define our inward reality. As humans, we are uniquely sovereign over our internal disposition, i.e., our frame of mind and emotional proclivity. Evidence of this ability to define our internal nature is […]

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Modern Day Parable: The Tale of the Two CEOs

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Rev. Dr. Patrick M. Quinn, Century Church In a world obsessed with market dynamics and profit margins, it’s easy to overlook the spiritual and ethical dimensions of leadership. Yet, as Jesus once taught timeless lessons through simple stories, our modern narratives can offer similar wisdom. Such is the […]

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What Matters Most

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Daniel Gillenwater, Church at Eastern Oaks Parents, another school year has begun, and hopefully, all the school supply shopping has been completed by this point. The pencils, crayons, and glue sticks have all been purchased. If you have older children, maybe you bought a compass, protractor, or scientific […]

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Betrayed

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Chris Montgomery, Frazer Church Have you ever been betrayed? Odds are we all have. In different ways and to different degrees we have all felt the sting of betrayal. Some of us carry the weight of our betrayal with us every day. Some of us do a pretty […]

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The Rest of the Week

This month’s Pastor’s Perspective is delivered by Mark Bethea, First Baptist Church, Montgomery We have a saying around the house, “What’s the rest of the week look like?” We say it often as we try to navigate through meetings, activities, ballgames, and fun opportunities. It helps us know what’s ahead, but it’s also a reminder […]

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National What Day?

As every American schoolkid knows, June 21st is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. (Actually, it’s the same length as every other day – 24 hours – but you know what I mean.) June 21st has been important since… well… since human beings gazed with wonder into the sky and concluded […]