Rev. Robert Thompson

The Season of Thanksgiving is upon us. We will be encouraged just to “be thankful” and just “give thanks,” but to whom and for what? Being thankful necessitates several things; the first is that there is a need, the second is that the need is supplied and lastly, giving thanks to the one responsible for responding to the need, supplying relief.

Rev. Robert Thompson

October is one of my most favorite times of the year, the changing from Summer to Fall. All the changes that take place are just beautiful to me. The temperature moderates. There is a bite in the air in the morning.

Rev. Robert Thompson

“The Sermon on the Mount” covered in the Gospel of Matthew, chapters 5-7, is one of the most comprehensive materials we have of Jesus’ teaching. I would encourage you to spend some real time reading and meditating on these three chapters.

Rev. Robert Thompson

When Christmas Season comes around we should be reminded of the glorious scene in the dead of night before a group of shepherds watching their flock. Wonder if we knew this time was our last Christmas as we know it. Would we treat it any differently? Would it mean any more to us this time?

Rev. Robert Thompson

“The Great American Eclipse of 2017” made its way across the nation. What does it mean? Scripture tells us that God made two great lights and the stars on the fourth day. They were created for signs and seasons for days, years and to give light upon the earth. (cf. Genesis 1:14-19)