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Michael J. Chanley Teachings

Nov 28, 2023

Biblical hope is not hope casually tossed at the lowest common denominator. Nor is it hope in a possible good outcome. Certainly, it is not “I hope so… rolling-of-the-dice-type of hope.”

  • It is hope that is grounded in generations of faithfulness.
  • It is hope proven by the fulfillment of prophecies.
  • It is hope...

Nov 21, 2023

If honey is the final sweet harvest of beekeeping, then the ultimate reward (of our faith-filled hope in God) is the perfect sweetness found in the promise of eternal life. Our harvest is knowing there is a future and final destination in which we will walk hand in hand with the Lord and with one another.

Jesus has gone...

Nov 15, 2023

To be a honeybee is, literally, to exist dependent on one another. In the truest sense, each individual bee exists for the good of the other bees in their family. Apart from the mutual support of the community, the entire colony will cease to exist.

In this senese, churches and families can learn from the example of the...

Nov 7, 2023

Honeybee reproduction includes a fascinating process that includes swarming. Seeing how the bees move together as part of their reproductive cycle can teach us much about the process of disciple-making. 

Both include duplication and replication.

While bees share their genetic material through a complex process that...