Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Thought of the day—

And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Acts 2:42Nine of the thirteen New Testament books the Apostle Paul wrote were instructions to local, visible gatherings of God's people or churches. Three others were to pastors of local churches making twelve of thirteen letters directed to local, visible gatherings of God's people. Local churches are God's idea and He expects His people to immerse themselves in its body life. To simply attend, without sacrificial participation is to weaken the Gospel witness in our communities and contribute to the removing of salt and light from our culture. Such privatized and individualistic form of Christianity is foreign to the Bible and reveals a lack of understanding of God's intent for His people living in a fallen world.

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Jesus Christ Our Advocate – Initial Observations

This Lord’s Day evening, we move into chapter two of our study of 1 John. Here we encounter one of the most glorious and encouraging works of our Lord Jesus on our behalf – Him being our advocate. It is in this role, we find the help and strength to overcome the accuser of our souls, the devil, when we sin.

The Glorious Riches in Our Inheritance – Part 2

This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our study of the Apostle Paul’s first prayer for the believers in Ephesus. In verse eighteen, he prays for believers “to have the eyes of their understanding open to what are the riches of our inheritance in the Lord.” We will look at the chief aspect of the Christian’s inheritance – the inheritance of God Himself.

Walking with God and One Another: A Fellowship of Joy – Part 2

This Lord’s Day evening, we return to our study of 1 John. We are in chapter one and defining what true Biblical fellowship looks like with God and one another. In this definition is the chief characteristic in Biblical fellowship – joy. We hope to identify our responsibilities for having fellowship of joy and God’s responses when we fulfill them.

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Awana Clubs - cubbies, sparks, t and t

Awana Clubs Every Wednesday at 6:15pm!

Kids participate in games, handbook exercises, and council time where they have fun and learn about biblical truths.

Parents, Awana Clubs are a great place for your kids to learn, build teamwork, and have fun.

For more information check out our Awana ministry page or call the church office.

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