Sunday, December 1 marks the beginning of a new quarter in our adult education program. We’ve got two special offerings for you this quarter. I hope you’ll plan to be part of it. The auditorium class is “Ageing Gracefully” — by James Hinkle. It’s a study of how Christians age and deal with some of […]
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Better late than never, right? Here’s some video from our spring Sweetheart’s Banquet. This year we did a Murder Mystery theme. See you next year!
New Adult Classes begin next Sunday. We’ve just wrapped up a study of the book of Acts, taught by Jerry Hall, Mike Chandler, and Randy Fuqua. Downstairs, John Gabriel, Kenneth Caldwell and I are wrapping up “Digging Deeper” – a study using Everett Ferguson’s book The Church of Christ. Next week our adults in the […]
Forgive me for quoting a kid’s movie this week, but sometimes we find truth in unexpected places! In Ratatouille, a Pixar film about a rat who wants to become a great chef, all of the characters fear what will happen when Anton Ego, the newspaper food critic reviews the restaurant. His words in the town’s […]
Some words make us cringe when we hear them. They can be the hurtful words of a friend or a family member spoken in a moment of frustration. They can be untrue accusations hurled by an enemy. They can be true words that are simply bitter medicine—a hard pill to swallow because of what they […]
We’re excited to host our third annual Spiritual Growth Workshop this Easter Weekend. The theme this year is Jesus Wept (John 11:35). You might know it as the Bible’s easiest memory verse, but it is much deeper than that. It tells us that we have a savior who understands sorrow, sadness, and pain. Grief doesn’t have […]
Sales marketing teams are really good at figuring out ways to make their products and promotions look better than they really are. It’s called using “Weasel Words” to say something that is technically true, but misleading. Do you know these tricks? If they say “up to 50% off” – what does that mean? Was one […]
Humility is such an elusive virtue. Once you think you’ve found it, pride tends to sneak in the backdoor. Our adversary knows that one of the ways he can render us ineffective is by seducing us towards pride. We can be so proud of what God has done in our lives that we forget the […]