Covid-19 Updates: May 2022

The Ultimate Act of Surrender
(Good Friday Message)

By Christian Noubi Let’s turn to the book of Luke 23:46 Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last. As we go in depth with todays; the last words of our savior, I would like everyone to ponder these two questions; … Read more

My Personal Attitude Approaching God’s Throne of Grace

By Minister Nallely Dickson (Hebrews 4:16, New Living Translation)So let us come (proserchomai) boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most. (Hebrews 4:16, NASB 1995)Therefore let us draw near (proserchomai) with confidence to the throne of … Read more

Secrets of the Cell

I recently spoke about the Creator who made the unfathomably vast universe. What about the opposite end of the scale? What if we zoom into the smallest living creature, the cell, at the level of atoms and molecules? Dr. Michael Behe, a biochemist at Lehigh University in PA, has recently produced some fascinating videos on … Read more

Our Father (Luke 11:2)

We are created for intimacy with God, and praying to God is meant to be as natural as breathing air. Yet we don’t always remember God’s amazing eagerness to hear our prayers. Sometimes, it feels as though God is distant. Sometimes, it feels as though our prayers disappear into a void. Sometimes, we feel unworthy … Read more

Prayer according to the Lord Jesus

[Download PDF] Being God in the human flesh, our Lord Jesus knows better than anyone else what happens in the heavenly realms when we pray. He is in the best position to teach us to pray, and the prayer that He taught His disciples, the Lord’s Prayer, is the foundation upon which all our prayers … Read more

A Bible Reading Plan

Reading through the Bible is a daunting task. Anyone who has attempted to read through the Bible would almost immediately run into insurmountable barriers in Exodus and Leviticus. Even with a great determination to plow through the barriers, it can be discouraging. I hope that our sermon series on the Covenant would at least help … Read more

Leadership: Taking Responsibility – July 2017

Dear Peddie Church Family, One of the unforgettable stories about leadership is told by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in his book Lessons in Leadership. While he was a student at Cambridge University, he was faced with the challenges of secularization, and he wanted to find out how Jewish leaders in America were responding to these challenges. … Read more

Leaders as Slaves of Christ – May 2017

Dear Peddie Church Family, In the next several columns, I would like to share reflections on leadership from the Bible. We live in a time when promoting oneself is an accepted norm and asserting one’s right is encouraged even from a young age. In such a time, it’s strange to hear that in the Bible … Read more