Rob Green’s Journey to Faith

The following article by Stacy Clardie is the second in a series that shares our Pastors’ testimonies of how the Lord led them to Faith Church. Rob Green had no interest in being a counselor. He was all about science and math, problem solving with numbers and equations. His requirements for college coursework were clear and significant: No classes… Read More»


Diamond in the Rough

Have you ever met a person who loved the serving opportunity that they had?  Have you ever watched them as they sought to minister and really took what they were doing seriously?  They seemed to go above and beyond in every aspect of their service. They were always at their post, and when they weren’t… Read More»

1990 - Goode's 15th Anniversary

Steve Viars’ Journey to Faith

The following article by Stacy Clardie is the first in a series that shares our Pastors’ testimonies of how the Lord led them to Faith Church. Steve Viars couldn’t have envisioned a transition this smooth. Even though he essentially was groomed to succeed Bill Goode as pastor of Faith. Typically, though, it’s rare when a long-time, respected, beloved… Read More»


I’m Dead to That!

Do you know that if you have placed your faith and trust in Jesus as your Lord and Savior, the one who died on the cross to pay for your sins, you can look at sin in your life and say with confidence, I am dead to that, I don’t have to sin. The Gospel,… Read More»


Steps in Repentance

“And many of those who practiced magic brought their books together and began burning them in the sight of everyone; and they counted up the price of them and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver.” (Acts 19:19, NASB95) We all sin, there is no doubt about it.  We fail, we fall short, we intentionally deviate… Read More»


Living and Dying Well

Current events have many of us thinking about life and death.  Whether it be the brutal murder of innocent civilians in Iraq, the downing of a civilian jetliner in Ukraine, or the apparent suicide of a world-class comedian; it is natural and perhaps even scary to reflect on the issue of our own mortality. That… Read More»


The Most Amazing Preface

I have to admit: I don’t like reading prefaces. When I start reading a book I am looking forward to quickly jump to the main content. Reading some (suspicious) good things written by a friend of the author or the editor himself is not the most exciting thing for me. However, when I started reading… Read More»


The Land of the Messiah #4—The Kingdom of God v. The Kingdom of Evil on Mt. Carmel and Beyond

It is hard to believe that the beautiful Jezreel Valley (shown as viewed from Mt. Carmel) symbolizes the battle between good and evil. After all, the valley contains flourishing green fields and flowing streams. While many are not familiar with the name “Jezreel,” most will recognize the valley by another name—the valley of “Armageddon.” Before… Read More»

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