Come & See Jesus, 2 (Prologue)

Last week we introduced the idea of using the Gospel of John in a casual Bible study setting for those willing to investigate Jesus. The goal of these posts is to provide you with tools so that you feel confident to answer questions, and facilitate discussion about Jesus. Before you begin reading and discussing the […]

Service Opportunity

Church family, We are looking to update a some of the different furnishings around the church building: displays that hold the Gospel tracts and other church literature, and the podiums in each of the adult classrooms You can get involved in a couple of different ways. If you have experience in carpentry and woodworking and would be […]

Come & See Jesus, 1

The point of the Bible is not simply education, though there is much to learn. Its point is not simply entertainment, though its stories and songs are inspirational. Its point is not simply ethical improvement, though it has shaped the moral life of civilizations. The point of the Bible is to encounter Jesus. (Glen Scrivener, 3 […]

New Resource for Parents & Children

In his book, The Disciple-Making Parent, Chap Bettis says, The foundational parenting text is not Ephesians 6:1-4 or Deuteronomy 6:4-9, as important as they are. Rather it is Matthew 28:18-20. In other words, as Christian parents, your primary goal is not simply to parent your children, but to disciple your children to love and obey Jesus. Of […]

Summer in the Psalms

This summer, we will take Sunday evenings to focus on and be refreshed in the Psalms. Our evening services will be moved up to 5pm. We trust this will allow more families to participate in our studies as well as provide time for the church family to fellowship afterward. June 4 • Psalm 1 • (B. Peterson) June […]