Tag Archives: God Is On The Move

Worship For The Modern Day Believer

Southaven, Ms By: Mike Upchurch In past columns we have talked about worship, and once again I feel led to address the subject. This column is not a commentary on today’s worship music, or a critique of worship leaders. There

A Pastor’s Perspective, The Church Today

Southaven,Ms By: Mike Upchurch The Church Today Looking back at the ‘Early Church’ described in the book of Acts in the New Testament, it’s easy to contrast it with the Church of today. There are similarities, but there are striking

A Pastor’s Perspective, There Will Always Be Someone Better

Southaven,Ms By: Mike Upchruch There Will Always Be Someone Better No matter what we accomplish in life, there’s always the very real possibility someone will come along and accomplish more. There will always be someone stronger, smarter, quicker, prettier, smoother,

A Pastor’s Perspective,Lengthy Columns

Southaven,Ms By: Mike Upchurch Lengthy Columns From time to time, I get people who graciously say my columns are too long. They say that they just don’t have the time to read them. Well, I do know my columns are

A Pastors Perspective,Have You Surrendered?

Southaven,MS By: Mike Upchurch Have you surrendered? I have a question for those to whom it may apply….. “What is keeping you from surrendering your life completely to the Lord?” If you’re half-hearted in your walk, what is the reason?

A Pastors Perspective,The Trinity

Southaven,Ms By: Mike Upchurch The Trinity One of the beautiful attributes of the Trinity is that They are in complete unison as the Trinity. They are in perfect harmony and unity at all times. The Father, the Son, and the

A Pastors Perspective, Are You Salt

Southaven,Ms Are you Salt? Jesus called those of us who are believers the “salt of the earth”. Yet He also warned that we could become of little value…. “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has

The Way I See It, A Pastor’s Perspective “The Power In Believing”

Southaven,Ms By: Pastor Mike There is power available to those who believe in God. That statement paints with a very broad brush stroke to say the least, and there certainly isn’t room in one column to explain it’s true depth.

The Way I See It, A Pastor’s Perspective

Southaven,MS Trust Trust is a funny thing sometimes. We trust a lot of things we shouldn’t always, and we don’t always trust the one thing we should; God. We blindly trust that our food will be safe most of the