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Prayer Life Challenge

Dear Church Family,

Greetings in Jesus' name!

 

I trust all is well and you are enjoying the righteousness, peace and joy of the Holy Ghost that characterizes the Kingdom of God.

 

I want to encourage you in your prayer life. E.M. Bounds wrote, "Prayer succeeds when all else fails." Have you ever realized that prayer is the last place you went instead of the first place? It is innate in fallen man to lean too heavily on our own abilities and wisdom.

 

Training Sessions

When I was ten, I began practicing Judo and kept at it until I was eighteen. I loved everything about it; but as I got older, I developed other interests and stopped participating. Every class session followed the same schedule, with the exception of the techniques we would practice. After warming up and stretching, we would practice a particular throw, sweep, or hold the entire practice.

The Big Picture

Dear Church Family,
Greetings in Jesus name!
 

Part of the Whole

Dear Church Family,
Greetings in Jesus’ name!
 

A Matter of Determination

Dear Church Family,
Greetings in the name of Jesus!
 

A MATTER OF DETERMINATION

Dear Church Family,

Greetings in the name of Jesus!

One Another & Each Other

Dear Church Family, Greetings in Jesus' name!

The Body of Christ, the church, is to be a unified whole. If we look solely at this local church, instead of the world-wide church, we find that we are part of one another. There are a good many times in the Bible that the words "one another/each other" are used. In fact, the Bible spends a lot of time on relationships within the community of faith, as opposed to a focus on individual believers. We are going to look at a few of the times that the "one another/each other" instances are found in the Bible.

Pastor's Gratitude

Dear Church Family,

Greetings in Jesus’ name!

I trust all is well with you today and that you are walking in the peace and provision of Christ. 

Emotional and Spiritual Health

Dear Church Family,
Greetings in Jesus' name!

Several years ago I was acquainted with a man who was a marathon runner. I would often see him jogging and, for all appearances, he looked very fit. I was surprised, though, when I heard that he had suffered a heart attack; which he thankfully recovered from. I remember being so shocked when I heard about his experience and thinking, "How could this happen to someone who exercised regularly and appeard to be so fit?" Appearances can be deceiving. Someone can look very fit, but in reality they're actually not.

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