September 2017

The Edification of the Church

The Lord has ordained a mission for His church and commanded the church to “go therefore and make disciples of all the nations (Mt. 28:19-20).” This mission was to begin in full after the receipt of the Holy Spirit (empowerment) and was to start first in Jerusalem (home) then move outward into the world (Acts 1:8). Today the postmodern church all too often focuses its efforts regarding “the work of ministry” singularly on the commission of disciple-making, primarily targeting those who are in the world. But in order for the corporate church through its individual members to be an effective disciple maker for the advancement of the Gospel there must first be an unwavering investment inwardly to the body of Christ that is deeply grounded on the foundational rock of truth, which is Scripture. Only from this foundation can genuine edification and equipping of the saints take place for the work of ministry for the glory of the Lord.

August 2017

The Sufficiency of Scripture

Most Christians believe the Bible is true, but what about the sufficiency of the Word of God? Sufficiency of Scripture is one of the biggest battles we face today. IS THE BIBLE ENOUGH? Can the Bible answer all the life questions we have. I say yes.

The Called, the Committed and the Uncomfortable

Tomorrow may be the day that one of us is called to go and tell the world about Him, of what He has done for you, of what it means to accept Christ as Lord and Savior. Are you ready? Listen as Reverend Grif Vautier speaks of being called, being committed and being uncomfortable.

Let the Love of Christ Dwell in You Richly

Since we have been raised with Christ, we must set our minds on things above. Loving one another from the heart. Forgiving as the Lord has forgiven us. We are all part of His body, knit together by the love Jesus Christ openly displayed when He stretched out His arms on the cross.

Life Through the Gospel

In who or what are we believing? It is the gospel that brings life to our lifeless, sinful flesh. Deception and captivity come from looking for freedom in things that have an appearance of wisdom, but can not and will not, bring about a change of heart, a change of direction or make on alive to serve Christ. Only the gospel can achieve this!

May 2017

Tells in Thailand

February 2017

Do You Want To Get Well?

January 2017

Annual Family (business) Meeting

September 2016

How Should I Vote on November 8, 2016?

What a mess! Have you ever witnessed such confusion and vitriolic hatred for the upcoming elections? What is a true believer to do when facing the 2016 elections or any election for that matter? Should we just give up sincerely believing God has it all under control and what we do or don't do won't affect the ultimate outcome? What if our vote and our involvement in government really made a difference? Can we just sit this one out believing other candidates and elections will come along where the choices are more palatable to our liking? What are the consequences to our Constitutional Republic if we choose to not get involved? Why are we where we are as a nation? What must the church and individual believer do to make a difference regardless of the outcome? Let's Bring it Home as we Listen for LIFE!

Narrow Gate, Narrow Way

This Sunday’s message is an expository message that uncovers the climax of the Sermon on the Mount, as we read in Matthew 7:13-14. It discusses how God presents us with daily choices, but most importantly, the ultimate choice. Will we choose the narrow gate or the broad gate, the narrow way or the wide way? Will we choose God or choose mammon? Will we choose life or death? Without delving too much into God’s perspective of foreordination, this message focuses on the human perspective of choice and free will.