Category: Pastor’s notes

Knox Church’s new motto: “Truthful teaching, graceful living”

Since developing the vision for Knox Church a couple of years back, we have been wrestling with how to adequately convey it to church members and the surrounding community. A couple of weeks ago, I was listening to a Christian podcast where a theologian… Continue Reading “Knox Church’s new motto: “Truthful teaching, graceful living””

Why does God love me?

It’s not uncommon for every Christian to experience a sobering moment when they look at the depth and breadth of their sin and ask that age-old question, “Why would God love such as I? Certainly there are other, better people to love! Why would… Continue Reading “Why does God love me?”

How often is God’s self-description quoted in the Bible?

This past Sunday, I noted that one of the most important passages in the Old Testament is God’s description of himself in Exodus 34:6-7, which reads, The Lord passed before him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord, a God merciful and gracious, slow to… Continue Reading “How often is God’s self-description quoted in the Bible?”

Knox VBS sees Jesus shining as the light of the world!

This week, Knox Church opened its doors to the community for another great Vacation Bible School. This year’s theme was Jesus as the “light of the world,” which took kids on a journey through the life, miracles, and sayings of our Savior. We started… Continue Reading “Knox VBS sees Jesus shining as the light of the world!”

The heavens declare

The more that science and technology progresses to allow us to look at bigger, further away, smaller, and different spectrum things, the more that Scripture is proven true. The universe as we know it is proving, day by day, to be more beautiful, more… Continue Reading “The heavens declare”