Author Archives: Aaron Cobbs

4 Truths Every Student Should Embrace This School Year

The phrase “Back to School” has been both celebrated and disparaged by parents and children, respectively. Some students are excited to return to the world of education and interaction while others dread the cliques and drama that come with adolescence. Now add to this the pressures of the delta variant of the coronavirus and the political and social issues that come with it. No matter what our youth face, growing up in any time presents all manner of challenges that […]

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Grace Upon Grace: 5 Lessons Learned Across 25 Years

What started as a dream from a young Virginian preacher grew into the nondenominational, multicultural worldwide ministry known as The Potter’s House! On July 4, 2021, The Potter’s House celebrated 25 years of godly service to our community and the world! After a beautiful ceremony coupled with enriching moments from our storied history, we thought back to five of the most important lessons we’ve learned over the last quarter century. We present those here to provide you a road map to […]

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Lessons on Fatherhood From Figures in the Bible and God Himself

Compared to Mother’s Day, the enthusiasm around Father’s Day is often much more reserved. My father used to joke that restaurants would beg people to come in for Father’s Day (in retrospect, he was somewhat right). While it is funny, it does beg the question of “why?” Why is Father’s Day less celebrated than Mother’s Day?  Two reasons come to mind: fatherhood’s portrayal in the mass media and the lack of […]

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C.S. Lewis’ “The Four Loves” and How We Can Love God Better

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and even in the midst of a pandemic, there is a mad dash to date-night dinners and last-minute gifts. While this holiday is sacred to couples and marriages alike, it is also special in the eyes of us as believers. For when we celebrate the existence and perpetuation of […]

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