Pastors Blog Posts

May We All be Irish

It was a pagan world, outside the borders of the accepted disciplines and understandings of civilization. And into this postmodern milieu, 1500 years before postmodernism was born, came Patrick, the patron saint and national apostle of Ireland (c. 5th century).

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 17, 2014 |
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Ruler of the Kings of the Earth

The hands that were nailed to the cross will someday rule the world.

Firstborn from the Dead

Jesus did what no other man has ever done.

Faithful Witness

Jesus is the supreme truth-teller.

Great High Priest

We all need a friend in high places.


Do you recall the tower of Babel? Well we’re rebuilding it, only this time we are not using bricks and mortar, but silicon chips and genetic engineering.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 13, 2014 |
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Will You Be a Servant?

Ambition has become something of a dirty word in our day.

Balm of Gilead

There is more in grace to save than there is in sin to destroy.

Prince of Peace

God's plan for world peace starts in Bethlehem.

The Five "C's" for Picking Staff and Volunteer Leaders

I am often invited to facilitate private leadership gatherings that are designed as mentoring sessions. Time and again, the biggest issue facing those in ministry has to do with staff and volunteers.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 10, 2014 |
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Everlasting Father

Jesus is a father forever.

Mighty God

When we meet Jesus, we meet God.

Wonderful Counselor

The Wonderful Counselor gives wholesome direction to his people.

Chief Shepherd

The Chief Shepherd has his eyes on you.

Theodosius the Game-Changer

The decision made by Theodosius to proclaim Christianity as the official religion of the Roman Empire – and the way it accelerated and took root in the early Middle Ages – is a story seldom told in light of the caricatures that abound.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 06, 2014 |
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Alpha and Omega

Jesus is the first and the last.

Seed of the Woman

Christ came in fulfillment of a promise made amid the wreckage caused by Adam's sin.

What's in a Name?

Here's the Introduction to our Lenten series on the names of Christ.

When Christianity Becomes Uncomfortable

How Jesus prepared his disciples for life as a misunderstood minority

Five Observations on "Refusing to Serve"

A national conversation has been ignited on the relationship between religious freedom and non-discrimination, and the dividing lines are not neat and clean. I believe there are five very important observations to make on the matter.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 03, 2014 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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