Taming the Cell Phone Beast

  Do you and your child fight about cell phones? Well, you’re not alone. According to the Center for Parent Youth Understanding, 47% of parents think their children are addicted to their smartphone devices. And 50% are concerned that their

What Do I Do When Faced with a Difficult Decision?

In the book of The Acts of the Apostles (1:23-26) in the New Testament when the disciples were faced with a choice between two men to replace Judas Iscariot after he had betrayed Christ and hung himself in despair, the

August 12, 2018: Cain and Abel

About This Series: “There is a basic difference between an explorer and a tourist. The tourist travels quickly, stopping only to observe the highly noticeable or publicized points of interest. The explorer, on the other hand, takes time to search

Are You an Explorer or a Tourist?

I am often asked which is the best version of the Bible to use for personal reading and study. There are so many different types and styles of Bibles available today.  It can truly be overwhelming. But to answer this

August 8, 2018: The Unification Church (The Moonies)

  Listen Now: About this Series: “American culture has, from its earliest days, spawned a wide range of denominations and new religions. Often veering from traditional Christian roots or seeking to reform or return to some perceived originality, these sects –

August 5, 2018: Going to Nineveh

Summer Intern to the Senior Pastor Drew Nix preaches his first-ever sermon, Going to Nineveh. Drew is heading to Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta and studying for ordained ministry in the United Methodist Church. We hope (and

What Are the Most Misunderstood Stories in the Bible?

This summer it has been our privilege to have Mr. Drew Nix as a ministry intern.  Drew is preparing to go to Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta to study for ordained ministry in the United Methodist

August 1, 2018: Seventh-day Adventists

Listen Now: About this Series: “American culture has, from its earliest days, spawned a wide range of denominations and new religions. Often veering from traditional Christian roots or seeking to reform or return to some perceived originality, these sects – often

July 29, 2018: How Can I Keep From Singing?

About this Series: “My mother was intent that a Methodist not only learns what it means to live as a Christian, but also what it means to sing as a Christian. She was also certain that the history and heritage

Asbury Served!

It’s not uncommon for my wife Tracey to talk about her life and faith while she’s at work. Afterall, small talk is really important when you’re up close and personal, examining eyes. Anyway, Asbury UMC came up in conversation this