By Cal Jernigan I have been thinking lately about a movie that I saw a number of years ago. It’s worth thinking about because it has a plot that is incredibly intriguing. It’s one of those movies you just can’t understand in one setting and after just one pass. The movie is The Sixth Sense. […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor All we intended to do was to take a walk. Just a little walk to get some exercise. Please understand: We had no intention of doing anything wrong, committing a crime, or breaking the law. All we intended to do was enjoy a nice stroll to end the day. Honestly!

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor X marks the spot!

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor This past week I was sitting in our Ironman Bible Study listening to Perry Emerick teach on the subject of bitterness. This outstanding message was about Joseph and all the things he had happen to him of which he had every right to become bitter. The big point was that […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor “Where there is no faith in the future, there is no power in the present.” This is a line I quoted in the Easter message this past weekend. The line is attributed to a man named Halford E. Luccok. I discovered it while reading the book, The Hope Quotient, by […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor Something exciting is about to happen. Actually, two exciting things are just about to happen. Let me tell you about the second one first, then I will tell you of something that is happening THIS WEEKEND.

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor We’ve all heard the expression, “Perception is reality.” The idea behind this is whatever people think something “is,” therefore it actually “is.” Control the perception and you control the conclusions that people reach. While this thinking is extremely common and even smacks of logic, it simply isn’t true. Despite what […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. You seriously have got to be kidding me. Who in their right mind would think this way? Three weeks? Only three weeks? Why only three weeks? Yet three weeks was clearly all the time they had.

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