Casey Lewis

Casey Lewis currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Sycamore Baptist Church in Decatur, TX. He is a husband, father, and a follower of Jesus Christ, who is passionate about growing healthy churches and reaching the lost. He blogs regularly at ChristianityMatters.com. Follow him on twitter: @caseylewis33

May 15

How Do We Know If We Have The Spirit? by Casey Lewis

God's track record is flawless, and His ability to accomplish His purposes is unquestionable. 

May 2

The World is Passing Away by Casey Lewis

Knowing the trajectory of the things of this world and their declared and promised end should drive us to place our hope and trust in God and not the world. ​

Apr 8

Giving Ourselves Fully to God by Casey Lewis

We must carefully balance between conformity and non-conformity by purposing to no longer be conformed to the world and by being transformed by the renewal of our minds.

Mar 29

Why Shouldnt We Love the World? by Casey Lewis

We shouldn’t love the world because it means we have divided hearts.

Mar 29

Why Shouldn’t We Love the World? by Casey Lewis

We shouldn’t love the world because it means we have divided hearts.

Dec 27

The Goal and Purpose of Ministry Within the Local Church by Casey Lewis

It’s a tall order, but our job as the church is to help one another become like Christ in our thoughts, actions, and knowledge.​

Dec 11

Why We Shouldn’t Change the Gospel by Casey Lewis

It might be tempting to change the message because we often think we have to do something in return for what we are given, but not so with the gospel.

Nov 19

What Can You Do To Get In The Game? by Casey Lewis

We experience salvation and a relationship with God today because Jesus was selfless. 

Aug 23

Reflections on Parenting as Gospel Ministry by Casey Lewis

As parents, we are to point our children to Jesus. But before we can point them to Jesus, they, like us, need to see their need for him.

Jul 6

How Can We Find Meaning in Life? by Casey Lewis

When we live in the way in which we have been made to live, we will find satisfaction, meaning, and joy.