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Plague of Internet Outages

Hello, all.

The site has been down for a few days because of a patchy Internet connection lately.  As a result, nothing new has been posted, and I apologize for that.  Really rather unprofessional, I know.  The light at the end of the tunnel, however, is that things should be going well with the connectivity at my home now, so things will be back on track today.


Late Devotional

Hello, all.

I greatly apologize for not posting a devotional yesterday; unfortunately, I was having Internet connectivity problems not only at my home office, but also at my workplace.  As a result, I couldn’t access the site to update.

I know it’s a day late, but I’ll post yesterday’s devotional today, as well as this week’s sermon.

God bless!

Note Regarding Devotionals

Hello, all!

Pastor Justin chiming in to give a small note about daily devotionals.  Though they are called “daily” devotionals, more often than not there will be no Sunday devotional.  The reason being is because the Sunday devotional will probably be replaced with a sermon in the Sermon section of the website.  Aside from that, I will do my very best to provide an inspirational devotional for each of you each and every day.

Thank you, and God bless you!

First Sermon Posted

Sermon  Mount Jesus Christ Mormon

“He who has ears, let him hear.” ~ Matt. 11:15

The first sermon has been posted here on The Practical Christian.  “Does Image Matter” deals with the credibility of visual imagery in life, and what we should focus on: substance rather than surface.  Take your time and read through, enjoying the message.

God bless you all.

Under Construction

Please excuse the current lack of content on our humble site.  We are in the midst of constructing The Practical Christian;jesus_17therefore, substance will be added regularly.  Our hope is to create a wonderful site for our Lord and your benefit, dear reader.  Have patience as we grow– we welcome you to grow with us!

We will build up one step at a time and meet the needs of all people living day-to-day.