All posts by Dwight Ausley



JUN
24

Genesis 12:10 – “And there was a famine in the land: and Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there; for the famine was grievous in the land.” The way God works almost never makes sense to man. It defies logic. Proverbs 14:12 says, There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but … Read More



APR
12

God wants us to be happy, right? Well, not always. Sounds a little strange, doesn’t it? Read on. My mind takes me back to 1976. I had graduated high school but had no clue what path I should take. College? I felt so unmotivated. I was floundering, mentally and spiritually. I did the only thing … Read More



JAN
14

In September of 2014, my mother passed from this life to the next. Plagued with cancer for a number of years, I never once heard her complain, and the majority of the time, she ruled cancer with an iron fist, determined not to give in to the deadly disease. You would never know that she … Read More



OCT
15

A few weeks ago, I did something that has been on my heart to do for some time. I decided to sit down and write my son a letter. Who writes letters anymore? I know I don’t. But there was something in me that directed me to sit down and write my son a heart-felt … Read More



AUG
13

Three long-time Raleigh Christian Academy teachers were honored for their service at Beacon Baptist Church on Sunday night, August 12. The three teachers have a combined 119 years experience in teaching with 102 of those years spent at RCA. Mrs. Lisa Allen retired after serving for 35 years teaching elementary and middle school. She brought a … Read More



OCT
14

From time to time, I am amazed to learn that an individual who has been an active part of our church for some time is actually not a member of the church. I assumed that because that person was faithful to the services and had been for a good while that he was “on the … Read More



AUG
22

Psalm 127:4 says, “As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth.” It is interesting that the Scriptures compare children to arrows. Thinking on this subject, it is easy to make some comparisons, and as parents, we are wise to ponder what the Lord can teach us through … Read More



JUL
25

People can sometimes get caught up with names and titles. The story is told about a supervisor who noticed a new man on the floor and instructed him to step into his office. “What’s your name son?” “John” replied the new employee. The supervisor bristled, “Hey, I don’t know what kind of milk-toast outfit you … Read More



JAN
14

This should be one of the most pressing concerns a parent should have for his children. The Lord is very clear in His Word that the wrong kinds of friends will have an adverse affect on us. This is true whether it is young people or adults. The bottom line is this: I have a … Read More