The Best is Yet to Be
At Columbia University, John Erskine was considered one of their greatest teachers ever.
He was a true “Renaissance man”—author of sixty books, accomplished concert pianist, head of the Julliard School...
Ten Commandments for Teens
Don’t let your parents down; they brought you up (Ephesians 6:1–3).
Stop and think before you drink (Proverbs 20:1).
Be smart; obey. You yourself will give orders someday (Romans 13:1–5).
Fishing from the Asphalt
Herb Miller, in his book Fishing on the Asphalt*, writes that the average church member has
listened to 6,000 sermons,
heard 8,000 prayers,
sung 20,000 hymns over and over,
and asked zero...
Satan the House Robber
Gus Nichols preached this sermon on February 19, 1965.
Satan steals. He robbed the first home of God’s word (Genesis 2:17–18; 3:1–19; 2 Corinthians 11:1–3; 1 Timothy 2:11). He is in the...
Pat Moore is twenty-six. She lives in New York City and is a designer and manufacturer of special aids for senior citizens. Recently Pat was invited to speak to a special conference of professionals...
Racism Is Learned
Last night, a friend of mine told me of an incident that occurred many years earlier with his young daughter.
They lived in Minnesota at the time and, consequently, were fans of the...
God Values Us Even When We Are Imperfect
Perhaps no composer captured the musical heart and soul of America as did Irving Berlin. He wrote God Bless America, Easter Parade, and White Christmas, which still...