Posts by Travis Agnew (Page 3)

Posts by Travis Agnew (Page 3)

What’s God’s Will for My Life?

If you are like most people, you may be wondering what the will of God is for your life. What is your next step? Be assured that there is one person who wants you to know the will of God even more than you want to know it – and that is God Himself! He will not hide it from you, and He sincerely wants you to fulfill it. Read what God’s will is for your life in Ephesians 5:15-17.…

Fear Not – God [Still] Has a Plan

Fear not – God still has a plan. If you are like me, you probably have believed at some point that God did have a plan for your life, but along the way, you honestly begin to wonder if he is just making it up as he goes along.  Have you ever felt like someone made plans that began well, full of good intentions, but sometime later, you feel as if the whole thing is coming off the tracks? You might have even…

66 Themes [Memory Verse from Every Book in the Bible]

The lost of art of meditating and memorizing Scripture is a key discipline in the life of the disciple.  Most believers know that Scripture memory is a good discipline but just don’t know where to start.  If no one has ever trained you in this work, here is a workable method that might help. One Scripture memory collection that I encourage you to consider is to memorize a theme verse from every book in the Bible. Coming up with the list…

Worship Set for 12/09/18

Worship Set Joy to the World Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive her King; Let every heart prepare Him room, And heav’n and nature sing, And heav’n and nature sing, And heav’n, and heav’n, and nature sing. No more let sins and sorrows grow, Nor thorns infest the ground; He comes to make His blessings flow Far as the curse is found, Far as the curse is found, Far as, far as, the curse is…

Weather Update [12/09/18]

Updated as of Dec. 9th at 8:15 AM: All Sunday morning services on campus have been canceled for the day. Pastor Travis will lead a livestream service at 10:30. Check back here for the link. Christmas Celebration at Windy Hill Barn has been postponed to Dec. 16th.

Weather Update [12/08/18]

LATEST UPDATE Updated as of Dec. 9th at 8:15 AM: All Sunday morning services on campus have been canceled for the day. Pastor Travis will lead a livestream service at 10:30. Check back here for the link. Christmas Celebration at Windy Hill Barn has been postponed to Dec. 16th. SATURDAY Updated as of Dec. 8th at 5:00 PM:English and Spanish services with nursery are scheduled for Sunday at 10:30.No morning groups and no 9:00 service.Christmas Celebration at Windy Hill Barn…

Let Your Spouse Off the Hook

Marriage is bound to have some troubles.  You must address conflict with your spouse wisely, and many things need to be addressed.  But I believe there are some things of which you simply need to let your spouse off the hook. Don’t get me wrong: some things need to be addressed!  But you need to address that which the spouse deserves to have addressed. I realized early in marriage that I never responded to my wife based solely on what…

The Justice of God

Anselm of Canterbury was an Italian monk who was born in the 11th century.  His work in theology and philosophy greatly assisted the Church.  He once posed an important question to God: “How dost Thou spare the wicked if Thou art just, supremely just?” His question and the biblical answer is important to our personal theology as we wrestle with the justice of God. Incorrect Perception: The Pushover God While each of us knows what it is like to walk…

The Difference a Study Bible Can Make in Prison

A few months ago, our staff received a letter from prison from an individual with a simple request: he wanted a study Bible.  Since I had been given some extras from someone, we put it in the mail and honestly forgot about it. Weeks later, I received a letter that floored me.  His gratitude was overwhelming, but his perspective was convicting. When was the last time you were this grateful for having a copy of God’s Word? The Letter August…

The Omniscience of God

How much does God know?  Is God’s understanding increasing as the centuries progress?  The attribute regarding God’s capacity for knowledge is foundationally important to how we approach Him. Incorrect Perception: The Undergraduate God As students begin their college careers, many are still unsure regarding their desired outcome.  Beginning with general electives, they begin to sort through new information and slowly narrow a focus in order to declare a major.  At the point of completion, most graduates are informed by graduate…

Don’t Go Broke This Christmas

Welcome to Christmas.  Tis the season to be broke. In the midst of the holiday pressures, I wanted to make sure that you don’t start the upcoming year in a bad, indebted way.  Here are some financial tips to survive the Christmas season: Make a Christmas budget. Here’s how we do it.  We establish how much money we have saved or can spend during the holidays.  We set a limit.  Before looking at our shopping list, we decide how much we…

Fleeing Youthful Lusts Isn’t Enough

Fleeing youthful lusts isn’t enough. I use to think it was. In college, I wanted to live a pure life, so I found some verses to memorize.  One verse I always heard people reference was 2 Tim. 2:22: “Now flee from youthful lusts…” And so I tried to do that.  Lust can mean a host of things.  While it is primarily used to describe a sexual craving, it also means “to feel a strong desire for something.” You can have a…