So you have some extra time this summer, how should you use it? Last week, Colleen gave some great ideas on how to use the summer wisely, especially with regard to family worship. Let me now expand on one of those ideas: reading. Even if you don't enjoy reading, you should still read for the benefit of others (see yesterday's post). But maybe you don't know where to start...Keep Reading
Archives for May 2016Subscribe to the RSS Feed
- Featured Posts
- All Posts
God uses ordinary people in his redemptive story...
New book helps parents, mentors, pastors, youth ministers, children’s ministry volunteers, or simply friends "bring clarity to young minds in a world that is spinning in confusion" ...
Discipleship is about change. Everyone wants to change......
Christians are called to read. That may sound bold, and even alienating to those who do not enjoy reading, but it is a true statement. Think about it: Christianity has always been defined as a religion centered on reading words. Christianity was birthed from the story found in the words of the Old Testament. The revelation of God to Israel was written down in words. In J...Keep Reading
A few ideas for ways to use your Sunday mornings to feed on God's Word this summer, even without Sunday School!...Keep Reading
As summer is quickly approaching, we want to take time and praise God for another great year of Sunday School teaching. We are blessed with great teachers at every level of Sunday School. We are all growing, from toddlers to adults, as we learn how to apply God's Word to our lives. To that end, the Session and the Christian Discipleship Committee want to challenge you to ...Keep Reading