Devotional Thoughts: Loving My Neighbor

I find myself living out the second greatest commandment given to us by Jesus in new ways. We are to love our neighbor as ourselves. This gets fleshed out in many ways, but the most common way I find myself loving my neighbors these days is by wearing a mask. Mask wearing shows respect and... Continue Reading →

A Walk for Unity and a Foot Washing

Bishop Trogdon and Dr. Rogers embrace after washing each other's feet. (Photo courtesy of Danielle Byerly of Sunset Church of God) Two retired Christian pastors set a powerful example to the Randolph County/Asheboro City communities on Sunday, June 14th at Eastside Park. Bishop Trogdon and Dr. Rogers, two well respected pastors in the Asheboro community,... Continue Reading →

Pain, Pain Go Away! I know You’ll Come Again Another Day.

So much pain on our world!  A friend's son died suddenly, an adoptive parent is at their wits end with destructive behaviors, discouragement, negative words, depression, anxiety and disconnection.  I just want to step into the Light and let the Light shine on my face.  Light, I invite you in.  Shine on my brokenness. Shine... Continue Reading →

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