All posts by Pastor Rabon



As a Christian father, I realize that I have the opportunity to impact and influence the lives of generations to follow through the life that I live and the instructions that I give. In the book of Proverbs, Solomon used the phrase, “my son,” twenty-three times. It was absolutely clear to him that he had … Read More



As we pause this month to celebrate Mothers’ Day, I think of the influence that each and every mom has over the lives of her children. When we think of our mothers, love, patience, care, tenderness and faithfulness flood our minds. The affection of friends and family may ebb and flow, but the love of … Read More



Our Lord said, “I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die” (John 11: 25, 26a).  The good news of the Gospel is that Jesus Christ is alive!  The resurrection of Christ is not … Read More



The psalmist declared in Psalm 119:105, “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.”  One of the synonyms for God’s Word is “light” in the Scriptures.  Light dispels darkness.  Light reveals what is ahead.  Light directs our steps. We may not have all the details of the path just … Read More



The African impala can jump to a height of over 10 feet and cover a distance greater than 30 feet. Yet these magnificent creatures can be kept in an enclosure in any zoo with a three foot wall. Why? The animals will not jump if they cannot see where their feet will fall. They will … Read More

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This January as every January for the past 40 years here at our church is set aside as our Stewardship Emphasis month.  This is the time of the year that we talk about the subject of our stewardship as individual believers and as members of our church. I am afraid that most of us think … Read More



We are now entering the hustle and bustle of the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.  It does seem like only yesterday we were celebrating in 2015.  Time does fly and it has seemed to pick up speed the older I get.  Sometimes I just stop and think, “Where has this day, week, month, or year gone?”  … Read More



As a young man, I was touched through the truths of Psalm 126:5,6, “They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.  He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.”  These verses moved me to be active in the harvest fields of the … Read More



  We are all well aware of the devastation that Eastern North Carolinians endured due to Hurricane Matthew. Thankfully, most of the people in our region were spared most of the flooding that has occurred. Our desire is to do something to help our neighbors down east. Our church school, Raleigh Christian Academy, is organizing … Read More



Each year in the month of September, we set aside the first Monday of the month in our country as Labor Day.  In reality, it is a day that most of us take off from our normal occupational duties and many of us have to really labor around the house as we bring our summer … Read More