Chino Church of Christ

The Truth In Love

I was speaking to a man this past week about the topic of homosexuality.  He owns a foster-care agency that specializes in hard-to-place foster children.  These are usually teenagers with criminal records, some are pregnant, and some have declared themselves to be “gay.”  The man I am talking to is not a Christian, but he […]

Go the Extra Mile

Near the entrance of Gethsemane, He left eight of the apostles and then took Peter, James and John closer to the place where He was to pray. He left this “inner circle” and “…went a little further, and fell on His face, and prayed” (Matt. 26:39, KJV). He went further than others—He always did—and told […]

Church is HARD!

Church is hard for the person walking through the doors, afraid of judgement. Church is hard for the prodigal soul returning home, broken and battered by the world. Church is hard for the girl who looks like she has it all together, but doesn’t. Church is hard for the couple who fought the entire ride […]

Study and Practice

There are very few areas of expertise achieved by men apart from diligent study and practice. Olympic athletes and other individuals considered to be at the peak of physical human ability are not born that way. They have a regime they have followed, and most of them practice, and practice, and practice, devoting hours a […]

They Saved $200, But What Did It Cost Them?

I respectfully wade into Kentucky’s most hallowed sport (basketball) because of information passed along by some diehard Wildcat fans in the eastern part of the state. A brother shared with me that Pat Summitt almost became the university’s women’s basketball coach, but they refused to pay her moving expenses–calculated at about $200. Turns out, it was 1976 and […]

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