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Christ not only gives us the gift of salvation, he continues giving gifts. How can we receive with gratefulness the gift of the Spirit and his gifts? Here is some recommended reading. ...
For some people, sharing the gospel seems like an intimidating task. “Who do I share with? How will they respond? What do I share?” Pastor Todd shares 5 steps to being on mission that are attainable for everyone. Take heart Christian! Sharing the gospel is not as scary as you think. Take a look below and ask yourself, where am I at in these 5 steps? We encourage you to take practical steps in your everyday life to partner with the work God is doing around you....
This is an incredible encounter and one of the only recorded times Jesus invites Himself into someone's home. He is coming into Jericho on His way to Jerusalem and he sees Zacchaeus up in a tree....Keep Reading
Spring 2021 Bible Reading Plan, Week 15: Luke 18 - A Persistent Widow, A Pharisee & A Tax Collector,
This week's Scripture passage is Luke 18. (Click here for a PDF of this week's study.) Verses 1-8: The Parable of the Persistent Widow - A Loving Heavenly Father Answers Faith-filled Prayer Jesus teaches that God will answer the fervent prayers for justice to His elect, especially as it pertains to His second coming which is the immediate context of this teaching (Luk...Keep Reading
Our Safety Committee would like to bring you an update on our rolling back of facemask requirements. ...Keep Reading
In John 11, Jesus confronts what Paul calls the last enemy, death (1 Corinthians 15:26). Jesus’ good friend Lazarus had been very sick. Jesus, who had been called to help him, arrives 'too late'. Lazarus had been dead for 4 days....Keep Reading
This week's Scripture passage is Luke 17. (Click here for a PDF of this week's study.) In verses 1-4, Jesus warns us about being a temptation to sin to others. We are to live our lives in such a way to encourage, serve and help others rather than doing anything that might cause another to stumble or sin. He also commands us to rebuke each other when we sin and to forg...Keep Reading
In Luke 16, Jesus continues His teaching; confronting the Pharisees and instructing His disciples. He teaches two parables concerning the faithful, righteous use of money, gives insight into the Law and His Kingdom, and makes a short but powerful statement about divorce, remarriage, and adultery....Keep Reading
By teaching these 3 parables in this chapter, Jesus demonstrates that God not only receives sinners, but He intentionally seeks them out! And that there is great rejoicing when even one sinner repents! ...Keep Reading
In John 10, Jesus continues to reveal more of His identity, His mission, and His motives....Keep Reading
In Luke 14, Jesus again confronts the hard hearts of the Pharisees. He also deals with pride, apathy, and lukewarm commitment disguised as busyness. He also teaches that those originally invited into the Kingdom will not respond (Israel), and therefore others (Gentiles) will be invited and will respond. He does this by way of parables, showing that His gospel is to be pre...Keep Reading