Author Archives: jeremycouture

About jeremycouture

I am a husband, father, student, and pastor in Ashland, KY

The Foolishness of God

Some people can’t make sense of a suffering Savior. They don’t understand why Jesus allowed himself to be humiliated and disgraced the way He did. They think they know what salvation looks like and Jesus doesn’t measure up. Have you … Continue reading

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What to Do When You Hit the Lowest Point in Your Life

You and I can be brought low by many things in life. We can be humbled by our own actions or hurt by the actions of others. We can be broken by what seems like a random series of events, … Continue reading

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The Necessities of Life

What are the Necessities of Life? Continue reading

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The Power of “With”

The Apostle Paul made an important discovery near the beginning of his second missionary journey. In Acts 16 we read about his visit to Derbe and Lystra. While he was there, Paul discovered a young man named Timothy. Timothy was … Continue reading

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A Trial for the Ages

Every once in while a court case attracts so much interest and attention it is described as “the trial of the century.” Not only do these high profile cases render a verdict they also shaped our culture. The Scopes Trial in … Continue reading

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Uncommon Faith

What does it take to have uncommon faith? Continue reading

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“Beyond Salvation”

The twelve disciples must have been excited. In John 4: 1, we read that the word about Jesus was spreading throughout Judea and Jesus was baptizing (with their help) more people than John the Baptist. The disciples had chosen to … Continue reading

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