Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Thought of the day—

Fellow Christians, the Christian life is a community project. We really do need each other. It is impossible to maintain zeal for holiness, zeal for Christ, zeal for the Gospel, and prevent the Christ-dishonoring sin of being lukewarm without a faithful commitment to other believers in the Word, prayer, and service. We cannot be immersed in the world and maintain a vibrant walk with Christ if we are not in close fellowship with other believers. We need the support and encouragement. And should we be Christians satisfied with an hour or so of time with other believers on a Sunday morning, we are setting ourselves up for spiritual self-deception and spiritual disaster. It won’t be “if” we become lukewarm, it will be “when” we become lukewarm (1 Peter 3:8).

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ABF – Hebrews is a group that is doing an in-depth study of the book of Hebrews using a NavPress Life Change Series workbook. This is a read, prepare (homework), and group discussion format. This class meets in the Berean Room with Gene Messier and Greg Phipps co-leading.

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The Fear of the Lord

In this sermon we continue our study of the Old Testament book, Proverbs, identifying the theme of the book as well as what defines the motivator and sustainer for all Christian living – the fear of the Lord. Lord willing, we will start in Genesis and trace through the Revelation the predominant place this fear has in God’s Word.

Salt and Light in a Decaying Culture – Part 5

In our journey through 1 Peter, the Apostle is showing us how to live as salt and light in decaying culture. And the first point of emphasis he makes is what describes the whole of the Christian life – submission. He will unfold three relationships where this submission is called for – our public lives as citizens, our vocational lives in the workplace, and our marriages in our homes. We will be in the first one – our public life as citizens.

Salt and Light in a Decaying Culture – Part 4

We will look at how submission is applied in salvation, sanctification, and service which sets the foundation for living as salt and light in our public lives and our family relationships. In our journey through 1 Peter, the Apostle is showing us how to live as salt and light in decaying culture. And the first point of emphasis he makes is what describes the whole of the Christian life – submission.

Operation Christmas Child June Suggested Donation is Toys

Items may be dropped off in the OCC carton in the Ministry Wing lobby or the coat room in the Sanctuary.

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