From the Pastor's Heart

“One Word”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | May 1, 2019 | Comments Off on “One Word”

Sunday morning, during Sunday School, I was asked a question, “What is God’s greatest gift to me?” I thought for about one second and said, “Salvation.” This provoked a discussion regarding Christ and which is greater, his birth or his resurrection. Upon discussing the matter, I determined the matter in such as this. Christ is…

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“Don’t Rush In So Quickly”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Apr 28, 2019 | Comments Off on “Don’t Rush In So Quickly”

Introduction: This morning (Sunday, April 28, 2019) I was reading in Corinthians, the 16th chapter and in 22nd verse I came across a familiar, yet obscure word in the bible. Actually it was two words, “Anathema Maranatha.” Nowhere else in the bible do these two words appear. That, in itself, provokes me to give extra…

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Happy Easter

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Apr 21, 2019 | Comments Off on Happy Easter

It’s that time of year again…Easter Millions will hide eggs from their children to watch them run around searching for prizes, to see how many eggs they can find. Others will attend church the one of two times they do every year, while others will attend this Sunday just like they do every other Sunday.…

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“Humble Knowledge = Effective Wisdom”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Mar 2, 2019 | Comments Off on “Humble Knowledge = Effective Wisdom”

Jesus Christ made a very profound statement that was recorded by Matthew, “For if ye love them which love you, what reward have ye?” Borrowing from the spirit of His words, I would say, “If you communicate only with those who agree with you, what reward do you receive?” It seems as though I read…

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“Conspiracy Theorists in the Church”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Mar 1, 2019 | Comments Off on “Conspiracy Theorists in the Church”

In a recent article, I wrote regarding emotional issues in the church, such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). This evening, I would like to address another dangerous personality, the Conspiracy Theorist. You may be wondering, what??? I know, it seems like a strange thing to write about, but it is very much true. A Conspiracy…

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“The Power of Water”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Feb 24, 2019 | Comments Off on “The Power of Water”

The bible records for us in John 4 the subject of living water and Jesus uses it to describe the power of salvation within the soul of the believer. I guess we could call this type of water an, “active water source.” Jesus says it flows like a river. One thing it is not is…

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“Church Member vs Christian…is There a Difference?”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Feb 23, 2019 | Comments Off on “Church Member vs Christian…is There a Difference?”

I was born again when I was 15 years old. I believe it was September 19, 1988. My life would never be the same after that Sunday evening service, that said, I haven’t always lived in a manner that was pleasing to my Savior. I was out of church for about 9 years due to…

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“A Desire to Help”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Feb 17, 2019 | Comments Off on “A Desire to Help”

Recently, I completed my training for EMT. During the class students are required to do “ride-alongs,” where we would ride for 40 hours on an ambulance, observing other EMT’s and Paramedics. During my time on the ambulance, I was able to witness a lot, from run of the mill calls, to some very disturbing responses.…

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“Obsess Much???”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Feb 16, 2019 | Comments Off on “Obsess Much???”

Being a Christian has its difficulties, that’s plain to say. Doing your best to live a decent moral life, while putting forth every effort to accomplish the will of God for your life can present many opportunities for the enemy to attack. It’s one thing to be attacked “BY” the enemy, it is certainly another…

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“In the Moment”

By Pastor Chris Blythe | Feb 8, 2019 | Comments Off on “In the Moment”

Each day is filled with moments…some small, some big, all life changing, even in the smallest of ways. Some moments are better than most, however some we would desperately like to have back. Some make us proud and excited, while others leave us with feelings of shame. Sometimes we do things, “in the heat of…

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