Last week, Pastor Parkey shared the vision God gave him for Capstone Church for the year of 2017. This week, he dives deeper into the mandate of action that comes with the vision, looking at how we can begin to act on and implement the ...
This week, Pastor Parker shares a special word about the vision that God has given him for Capstone Church for the year of 2017! There are a few things that
Firstly, this is a year of battle. This year is the Jewish year of 5777, which represents ...
We had the pleasure of having the Ugandan Kids Choir as our guests this past week! They performed a variety of dances for us during service and blessed us with a testimony of their organization. Check out their performance and what they had to say, ...
You may remember a saying, “on a clear day, you can see forever.” Today, Pastor Parkey addresses living in clarity through the Word of God as the people of God.
The Bible is our foundation for every decision we should be ...
As we approach the end of another year, it is normal to look back and analyze how things went the past twelve months. You may look back and say to yourself, “This was a good year.” But, there are many who will look back upon this year and think, “I will not be sorry to … Continue reading "Finishing Strong"
I was thinking this morning of the passage in Luke 10 regarding the Good Samaritan. This story crossed my mind because of where we are on the calendar. We are in the season that is often called “the season of giving.” You may remember the story. A man goes down to Jericho and is attacked … Continue reading "Loving your neighbor"
Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 We are approaching the time in our culture called Thanksgiving. Historically, it is a time in which we give thanks for the good things that are in our lives. Without Christ, … Continue reading "Why do you always give thanks?"
At the beginning of every new year, many attempt to get a word that characterizes that year – what God has in store for that specific time. I myself try to get alone with the Lord and find out what He is saying to me and to the church I pastor at the close of … Continue reading "The Sword of the Lord"
For several years, Gallup polls have painted the same picture regarding church attendance in America. Gallup polls reflect American church attendance right at 40 percent. Most of this information is gathered by talking to people and asking them about their habits. There have been further studies done recently which do not depend upon asking people … Continue reading "The Value of Being in Church"
I have come to understand that many who have been a party to an abortion often feel great guilt for their role in the termination of a pregnancy. Let me tell you a story few know: Before I knew the Lord, I was married to a woman who is not currently my wife. We … Continue reading "The Guilt of Abortion"
Hey, everyone! Hope you are doing well this week Just felt like talking for a few minutes. It’s a cool morning here in DFW today. Cold front came through last night. Love the change! Makes the coffee even better in the mornings! What is it about a good cup of coffee in the morning? Not … Continue reading "I Am Rich"
To truly understand the present, it is necessary to go back to the beginning. Let me say it this way: For change to make any sense, we must know what we used to be. I want to go back to the very beginning in an effort to understand what is going on with humanity in … Continue reading "The Original Naked and Afraid"
The election for the new president of the United States is rapidly approaching. During the primary process, I witnessed many Christians struggling to know who they should vote for. While many Christians have used party platform to guide them in the past, there is something different about this election. You know what? I agree. Both … Continue reading "Who Do I Vote For?"
God had promised the children of Israel deliverance from Egypt. God brought the Israelites out with mighty power; through the ten plagues of Egypt. After leaving Egypt, a short trek through the desert had revealed many character problems. The majority of the Israelites complained and doubted God every step of the way. Nevertheless, God remained … Continue reading "A “Yes Man”"