Cabécar Indians Revisited

Cabécar Indians Revisited

March 24, 2016 Indigenous peoples inhabited the Caribbean coast of Central America for thousands of years before Christopher Columbus arrived in 1502 at what is now Costa Rica. It was his fourth and final trip to the Americas. The Cabécar Indians were certainly among...

The Unforced Rhythms of Grace

By Steve Corgan A few weeks ago Gwen had some test results that raised concerns with her Doctors. Consequently they ordered more in-depth tests; Bone Scans, CT scans, x-rays, blood work, etc. All together Gwen’s had in excess of $20,000 worth of tests. Once again,...

Grace Upon Grace

By Steve Corgan I’ve always heard that “grace” is God’s unmerited favor. While that definition is true, it is far from complete.  John 1:14,16-17 says, “And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the...

We Are The Church

By Steve Corgan The church is the family of God, made up of every born again child of God. We are the church. This truth essentially defines the church’s identity and provides us with the divine paradigm for church life and relationships. In this article I want to...

The Gospel of Peace

by Steve Corgan The gospel is good news! This is what the word “gospel” literally means, “glad tidings of peace and good news!” The Good News is: God has made peace between man and Himself through the cross of Jesus Christ. God isn’t mad or angry with mankind anymore....

The Deeds Of The People Conquerors

By Steve Corgan The abuse of spiritual authority has been present in the church ever since its inception. Paul dealt with it, Peter admonished the church about it, and Jesus said that he hated it. The best way to avoid victimization by abusive authority is to...