Pastor Joe's Blog

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    Jonah is a prophet of God who struggled deeply with His relationship with God.  And because he was growing distant with God, the book of Jonah reveals that instead of compassion and forgiveness for his enemies, he became bitter towards them.  Because Jonah stop seeking God’s with His life, he ultimately lacked compassion, love and forgiveness for those God called Him to reach


  • It is God’s intention that we are transformed and changed from the inside out.  It is in our best interest to abound in the fruit of the Spirit and to be God-like.  It is far better to be filled with peace, love and joy, rather than bitterness, anger, and anxiety.  "So let us not grow weary in well doing, for in due time we will reap if we do not give up.” (Gal 6:9) 


  • I believe that one of the ways the Lord is using this unique time in our history is by helping His people, the church to see and understand the amazing opportunity to proclaim the gospel and the beauty of Jesus through an on-line platform.  In the 1rst century, God used the Roman roads to reach the nations surrounding Jerusalem.  In the 18th-19th centuries, God used the Colonial shipping lanes to reach the far corners of the earth.  And now by His design, we are seeing an opportunity to use the Information Highway to reach others in every home for His glory.