Hymn Stories: My Jesus I Love Thee – Tim Challies
“My Jesus I Love Thee” is a sweet expression of love for the Savior that flows directly from the author’s experience of the Savior’s love for him. A remarkable thing about “My Jesus I Love Thee” is that it was not penned by an aged and experienced hymn-writer like so many of our favorite hymns. Rather, it was originally written as a devotional poem by Willam Ralph Featherston, a teenager who had recently come to faith.
The Future is Now… – Christy Nockels
It’s important who you surround yourself with, who you lock arms with and ultimately who you end up with… I remember right where I was standing and exactly what I was wearing the day I saw Nathan Nockels in Estes Park, Colorado. I was standing in line for a concert and there he was just ahead of me standing next to Charlie Hall.
The Christian Leader in the Digital Age – Albert Mohler
The Digital Age is upon us. In the span of less than three decades, we have redefined the way humans communicate, entertain, inform, research, create, and connect — and what we know now is only a hint of what is to come. But the greatest concern of the church is not a technological imperative, but a Gospel imperative.
Invocation – The Personal Presence of God – Glenn Packiam