Reformation 500 Sermon 1 Resting in the Righteousness of Christ Alone The great philosopher, Joe Walsh, said in the “History of the Eagles” documentary: “You know, there’s a philosopher who says, “As you live your life, it appears to be anarchy … [Read more...] about Sermon: Resting in the Righteousness of Christ Alone
A question came to me this week--we know what happens when you die. But what happens when we live? First, I think the Avett Brothers have something to say to this. Listen to this while you read my answer. I love this song. Second, the … [Read more...] about We know what happens after you die, but what about when you live?
Hi everyone! By its very definition, the word “evangelist” describes someone who imparts a message in an enthusiastic manner. My title at Dayspring Presbyterian Church is 'piano evangelist,' which implies more than just sitting down on Sunday … [Read more...] about Mike’s Musical Notes – Issue No. 1
Hurricane Irma has still not turned north, so no one currently knows anything about the conditions in Spring Hill on Sunday and Monday. HOWEVER: For those who are members and friends of Dayspring PCA, our church is a sturdy building which may … [Read more...] about Hurricane Irma Statement
I was raised in a racist setting, in central Mississippi in the 70s. It permeated everything, like a bad smell. Our church stands against, in clear terms, white supremacy. We had someone come to our church and attempt to lead people away from the … [Read more...] about White Supremacy is Spiritual Bondage and Sin
“If God had perceived that our greatest need was economic, he would have sent an economist. If he had perceived that our greatest need was entertainment, he would have sent us a comedian or an artist. If God had perceived that our greatest need was … [Read more...] about Our Greatest Need