"God will never give you more than you can handle." Have you ever heard that before? Sounds Christian enough... but is it even in the Bible? Truth is, the passage this phrase is based off of has nothing to do with storms or difficulties; it's actually talking about temptation. When the storms come, our comfort isn't "God will never give you more than you can handle." It...Keep Reading
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My vision for Biblical Worship at Harvest is to encourage, develop, and raise up true worshippers who worship the Triune God in spirit and truth within all aspects of life; that we might be a people who grow in our understanding of God and respond by making much of Him with our lives not just music....
Rob Maxey was a friend to as many people as he could meet. He was tireless in his service in God's Kingdom, relentless in his pursuit of teenagers for the sake of Jesus, and abounding in hope and joy and love that came from a heart captivated by the good news that Jesus forgives sinners and changes lives for eternity. He is and will be deeply missed. ...
Tis the season for all things pink or red, all things hearts and chocolate, and all things "Valentine's Day makes me sick".It's the time when love is supposedly in the air and one or both of you are expected to do something original or spend more money than you have to put your love on display. Valentine's Day is upon us, and I have something to tell you: Christian, you n...Keep Reading
Pastor Scott's New Year's Resolution for You View/Print this as a PDF here! 12 Biblical reasons to be fired up about reading your Bible regularly in 2016: 1. January: I want to revitalize my spiritual life Psalm 19:7- The law of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul. 1 Timothy 4:8-For while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it ho...Keep Reading
You may be surprised to hear that not everything in Christmas is strictly commercialized. Although these days fake Christmas trees are being sold in October and billions of dollars are spent during the season, plenty cultural Christmas symbols have significant meaning in Christian tradition. Here are a few little known facts about popular Christmas staples. What does a Ch...Keep Reading
As a kid, I grew up enjoying the fun and friendly notion of Santa. One Christmas tradition brought us annually to the mall for a night of dinner, presents, and of course holiday pictures with Santa Claus. As the oldest of four boys, I was the one trying to convince my younger brothers that Santa was not nearly as scary as he looked. On Christmas Eve, I remember getting rea...Keep Reading
Christmas can tend to be a mixed bag for many of us. It's both the most wonderful and the busiest time of the year. It's time for decorating your house inside and out, buying more presents than you probably want to, and losing all inhibitions regarding calorie counting and baking your brains out with all manner of ginger bread, snowman sugar cookies, and peppermint drinks....Keep Reading
We want you to be aware of what's coming up from Harvest Bible Chapel in December so that you can make plans with your family and friends. Here's 4 important things you need to know to prepare with us: Harvest Gives is happening again this December! We can't wait to tell you about the 3 areas of emphasis for this season of giving through Harvest.We are going to have 2 Chr...Keep Reading
Some little known but very important facts you need to know about October 31st...Keep Reading
How should Christians respond to Halloween? Do we engage or abstain... or is there really only one answer?...Keep Reading
The Trinity is one of the most complex and mysterious Christian doctrines, but there is certainly a strong Biblical basis for this concept. The foundational idea is that God is one God who eternally exists in three persons. Bruce Ware summarizes it well when he writes......Keep Reading