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How’s That Bible Reading Thing Working Out for You?

Well, summer has unofficially arrived (it’s not official until June 21). It’s hard to believe we are almost to the 1/2 way point of 2019! Many of our church family started the year with a commitment to get into the Word more consistently. We call this initiative Treasuring Scripture Together. So, how is it going for you? Are you moving along well, or are has sluggishness set in? Has it ended up being a stereotypical New Year’s Resolution, or are you actually surprised at…

The Prayer War

Okay everyone, pray for our missionaries! That’s what we’re supposed to do, right? But how can we move beyond, “God, bless the missionaries” and truly engage in praying for our missions team in real ways? Last week in our morning gathering, Paul Seger addressed the church regarding this very topic. If you didn’t get to hear the sermon, take some time to listen to it here.  The Apostle Paul gave the churches to whom he wrote very specific ways to pray for…

2019 Bible Reading

Have you ever had good intentions of reading the Bible on a consistent basis? How long did you make it? Did you find yourself a bit overwhelmed or discouraged? Did you feel like you were grasping truth, or just checking boxes? What if you did something different this year? What if you could get the big picture of the Bible by reading a few of chapters a day? Or, what if you slowed down and just read one chapter a…

Not God Enough

A.W. Tozer once said that “what comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” So, what do you, deep in your heart, conceive God to be like?   We are, in part, “the product of a Christian culture that has fostered and promoted a small, domesticated view of God. The Western Christianity in which I have been immersed focuses on the practicality of faith. We present God as the best way to…

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 to the growth and health of the whole body? This is the significance and intent of what is known as church membership. Now, be very…