You cannot avoid having a vessel. You have a Baptist vessel, and you have a Benedictine vessel, and a Quaker vessel, and so forth. The problem comes when we mistake the vessel for the treasure, for the treasure is the life and power of Jesus Christ.
Willard, Dallas. The Great Omission
- “Jesus Was Essentially In The Street . . .” – Pope Francis I
- Who Does Jesus Favor? Who Is He Willing to Teach and Help? Matthew 11.
- Do You Have the Courage to be “Honest to God”?
- Churches in America – Change Is Afoot. It Will Require Faith!
- Listen to Jesus, and Fear Not
- What First Baptist Is Like – or Wants to Be Like
- 2016 – a Time For Personal Progress!
- Freedom – From Fear
- How Can We Get People to Care What We Say?
- God Doing Improv ! – Peter Goodwin Heltzel
- Friendship With God
- Short Life-Changers
- St Patrick Left a Really Good Example
- First Baptist Church, Incorporated
- What About ANGER?
- Activism, with Prayer and Silence
- Find a Place for the Lord!
- “That Holy Thing” The Christ Comes Unpretentiously…
- That’s Nice! Developments at FBC in Sept / Oct 2013
- If We Turn Our Chairs Around …
- Is FBC a “Missional Church”?
- Good Stuff from the National Convention
- Summer’s Not Over, and VOLUNTEERS RULE!!
- Mission Principles from the Mission Summit
- How We Talk To – And About – Each Other: Let’s “Be an Example” in Our Nation
- Clay Pots – Full of Treasure
- When the Government – or Society – Is Against You … What Should Christians Do?
- Martin King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail”
- HERE We Are!
- When We Mistake the Vessel for the Treasure