Today is our annual “Two Languages, One Faith” Sunday! We are worshiping in English and Spanish this morning, celebrating 6 years of a shared faith and mission as a bilingual church family. This year, Tim presents the sermon, entitled “Wasting My Knowledge?”
Tonight we look at one of the interesting records in Roman history, one that gives us a window into Christian persecution. And it makes me think about how seriously I take the words of Jesus…
This morning we complete our 3-week focus on salvation. Seeing how blessed we are in Christ, we ask ourselves an important question: how can we best share the Christian message of salvation with those around us?
Our lives get too busy, far too often. Does God want us to stay in a state of constant busyness? What does the Bible say about rest and spiritual rejuvenation?
Baptism has (sadly) become a debated topic in our religious world. Let’s just look in Scripture, and see what God says about the importance of baptism…
Was Jesus just a kind man who told people not to judge and to love each other? Let’s look in the Bible and make sure we have the whole picture!
This morning we begin a 3-week series on “Seeing the Big Picture: Salvation.” When were seeing things clearly, we realize our salvation in Christ is the most important thing in life. Lets remind ourselves why its so special…
This year’s Wednesday Night Summer Series theme is “One of My Favorite Passages…” Tonight, Derrick Maranto from the Christian Chapel Church of Christ (Amory, MS) shares thoughts from one of his favorite passages: Genesis chapters 1 and 2.
Having peer groups in our church family is important, helping us see faith in others who are in a similar stage of life. But let’s not neglect another crucial part of Christian fellowship: multi-generational relationships. Why is multi-generational unity a challenge, and what can we do to keep that unity strong?
Just as the prophets had foretold, the Israelites were allowed to go back home after 70 years in Babylon, ready to rebuild the temple of God. How did their rebuilding go, and what do we learn about rebuilding in our own faith?