Pelham Road Baptist Church | Greenville, SC

Pastor’s Blog

10
Jan

Arrogance is not a Virtue

If you were asked to list the most distasteful traits a person could possess, what would be on the list? If you were asked to list the most destructive traits […]

30
Nov

Mark Twain and Scripture

I have read the Scripture for most of my life. Some of it I remember. Of course, the point of reading scripture is not to memorize it (although that is […]

10
Nov

Now is the time to be Kind

By John Roy   What must a person do to be considered an athlete? What must a person do to be considered an American? Well, let’s start with the way […]

30
Oct

Many Seats but One Table

“Jesus called us to be more than solitary Christians. He asked that we be a part of His body the church. We ask you to prayerfully rise to the challenge. […]

03
Mar

Lent and the Mid-Life Crisis

The father of Abram had made a good living in Ur. Ur sat on the banks of the Euphrates not far from the Persian Gulf. Today this is southern Iraq. […]

22
Jan

From Clair Underwood to Steve Harvey

In the Netflix program “House of Cards” Claire Underwood attempting to motivate her husband, Francis, to be more ruthless says, “My husband doesn’t apologize … not even to me.” Consider […]

23
Dec

Christmas Inspiration

1968 was a challenging year in the United States. The Vietnam war was in full swing, and in the paper and on the television daily. Israel and Jordan were involved […]

12
Nov

May I Have a God

May I have a God… who is as much mystery as I can bear to show me the way and hold me along the way to let me go, even […]

12
Nov

The Truth about Wet Suits

There are a variety of humbling experiences we endure during a lifetime. While it may not be number one, wearing a wet suit makes the top ten. I’ve worn a […]

02
Nov

Making a Difference

It Starts with Being Kind “John McCain was not a war hero.” Why would anyone say something like that? What has happen to our discourse when we knowingly say something […]