How Do I Get Involved in Church (Part 2)

This is part 2 of a three-part post on getting involved in church. Be sure to read part 1 in last month’s post. In this day and age of church-attenders looking for flash, pizzaz, and excitement, “getting involved” in church the way in which we are advocating may seem a bit uninspiring. However, if we […]

Are You A Healthy Church Member?

God intends for His churches to be the primary context for the display of His glory and growth of His people. (If you want more information on that statement … read the book of Ephesians) But, how does being a part of a local church produce spiritual growth in individuals, and how do individuals contribute […]

Studying Scripture … Together

This year, we have made it a church-wide goal to Treasure Scripture Together by both reading and memorizing Scripture. Tonight, for our mid-week gathering, we are going to add one more layer to it … Studying Scripture Together. For the remainder of the Winter and through the Spring, our Wednesday evening meeting will focus on learning how to rightly divide […]

Stop Reading the Bible in Isolation

Let’s face it – being consistent in reading the Bible has it’s challenges. In previous posts, we’ve discussed the problems of fragmenting the Bible and amputating the Bible. However, one of the greatest issues facing us in reading our Bible may come as a surprise to many. Too often, Christians read the Bible in isolation. What? Aren’t we supposed to get alone […]

Fall Fun Fest Is Not Over

In the wake of the festival, there has been a lot of excitement about the amount of people we served and much talk about how we can improve next year. We certainly have a lot to be thankful for: 2300 guests, safety, God’s provision, and the opportunity to show our community that we love them!  […]

Wednesday PM Bible Study

Have you ever considered that your personal relationship with God was never intended to be private?   Too often we tend to look at our walk with God as an individual pursuit. We see sin and sanctification as interactions that are primarily between the Lord and us. We view our growth in holiness often for the sake of our relationship with God. […]