From Formula to Relationship

Our false self demands a formula before he’ll engage; he wants a guarantee of success; and mister, you aren’t going to get one. So there comes a time in a man’s life when he’s got to break away from all that and head off into the unknown with God. This is a vital part of […]

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Missing you, Dad.

I can hardly comprehend the amount of time that has passed but, four years ago today my father, Rev. Mark Walz, beat us all to heaven and won the race I am so desperately trying to win. I miss you and love you Dad, so much. But I am reminded if your legacy every day […]

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Come Quickly, Spring: The Promise of Easter

Tulips in Park by Mark Walz

A sunset is a beautiful, gorgeous thing. But, just imagine with me, that as the sun goes down in the sky and everything gets darker, that the sun would never rise again. We would never again feel the warmth The sunset then, would be a very sad thing to watch. Or, imagine with me, that […]

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In Helpless Trust

helpless [ help-lis ] adjective 1. unable to help oneself; weak or dependent 2. deprived of strength or power; powerless; incapacitated trust [ truhst ] noun 1. reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence. 2. confident expectation of something; hope. There comes a point in all of our […]

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Love Guards the Heart

God judges us by our hearts. Not our outward appearance (1 Sam. 16:7). So, it also makes sense that Scripture points to our hearts as the location of our conscience. Paul says in Romans 2:15 that the law is written on our hearts, everyone’s heart, even those who do not know God, because “their consciences […]

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