Today I write an article that is aimed not for all of our family of faith here at Quail, but only for the men. I do so because I wish to highlight what has come to be an important aspect of my personal life, ministry and walk with the Lord, the early morning men’s prayer time each Wednesday.
When Paul writes to the Colossian Christians he says,
Colossians 4:2
“Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.”
I am thankful to say that we have a group of men,...

Are you on Facebook?  Do you carry a mobile device when you come to church? Do you have the Facebook App on your mobile device?

If you answered these questions with “yes,” then you can use Facebook in a great way to spread the word about the ministry here at Quail. All you need to do is use the “check in” feature every time you come to church or attend a function or program here at Quail. That little process will relay the message to all of your Facebook friends that you...


Frazer Memorial Methodist Church in Montgomery, Alabama is one of the fastest growing churches in America. When the Pastor of that church was asked, “What is the secret of your growth?”  His answer was simple but profound, “people bring people.”

Understand, this is a church with great visibility in the community. They have high profile youth programs, they broadcast seven hours of television programming each week and have radio programs on the largest secular station...

In a January 5, 2016 article, the Washington Post newspaper featured an article that announced that Wheaton College, an evangelical Christian college in Illinois, is planning to fire the associate professor of political science after she announced on Facebook that she believes that Allah and Yahweh are the same God.  In reality, her case is not that simple.  In fact, the professor in question has differed with the theological and moral values of Wheaton in a number of previous...

As Christmas approaches – it reminds us of the blessing of giving gifts to one another. There is great joy in picking out just the right gift and knowing that the person to whom it will be given will need and appreciate it. Therefore how would you feel if you entered your friend's home weeks after Christmas and found the gift that you had given them still unopened?
    Wouldn’t it make you feel bad if you heard a friend of yours complaining about an unmet need in their...