Why do we celebrate Easter?

With Easter just past, it is worth asking, “What are we celebrating when we celebrate Easter?” God, according to Exodus 12, instituted the Passover. All the houses of Israel should celebrate it by sacrificing an unblemished lamb and paint the two doorposts and the lintel of their homes with its blood. God would pass over… Read More»


Understanding the Resurrection

“For as yet they did not understand the Scripture that He must rise again from the dead” (John 20:9). Where do the Old Testament Scriptures say “He must rise again from the dead?” Many aspects of the life and ministry of the Messiah had specific prophetic predictions in the Old Testament. But search for a… Read More»


“I Thirst” – for Living Water

“After this, Jesus, knowing that all things had already been accomplished, to fulfill the Scriptures, said, ‘I am thirsty’” (John 1:28). Surprising Words from the Cross Jesus was flogged but did not say, “My back hurts.” Jesus had a crown of thorns pressed into His skull but never said, “My head aches.” The Scriptures do… Read More»


Jesus – Naked and Not Ashamed

“The soldiers…took His outer garments…and also the undergarment…” (John 19:23; Psalm 22:18). Jesus was naked on the cross. No passion play, movie, TV series, art picture, sculpture, poster, or any piece of jewelry ever portrays this biblical scene accurately. Why? It is too scandalous and not “fit” for public consumption. The stark facts of scripture… Read More»

Dustin Folden in College

Dustin Folden’s Journey to Faith

The following article by Stacy Clardie is the fifth in a series that shares our Pastors’ testimonies of how the Lord led them to Faith Church. Dustin Folden’s mother was getting annoying. LeeAnn Folden wasn’t saved until later in life, in her 40s, but once she accepted Christ, she made it her mission to share the Gospel with… Read More»


What is Love?

We talk about love all the time. We ask if our comments were ‘loving’; if our actions were ‘loving’; if we sought to love someone more than ourselves. But have you taken the time to pause and ask, “What does it mean to actually love someone?”  I would like to flesh out a definition of… Read More»

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