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Don’t we all enjoy relationships? We have so many different relationships, no matter who we are in this life. In Romans 12, Paul addresses various relationships and responsibilities of the individuals involved in each one. As you look through the chapter, here is a simple break-down for your study and consideration: 1. Relationship with God (12:1-2) 2. Relationship to the talents given to us individually by God (12:3-8) 3. Relationship with other Christians (12:9-16) 4. Relationship with Non-Christians (12:17-21) Give…

Commitment 101

But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of him everywhere (2 Corinthians 2:14) Few things in life are more needed in life than an appropriate sense of commitment. During times of discouragement and difficulty, how we need to focus on the priority, importance and place of commitment to Christ. Few passages explain the nature of commitment better than Paul’s words through the Holy Spirit…

Trusting Our Shepherd

So many people these days seem overwhelmed by fear, worry and anxiety. Everything seems so uncertain. Not even Christians are immune to feeling the strain of things. It’s amazing how David so long ago described life in Psalm 23. The Psalmist utilizes concepts like want (“I shall not want” due to my Shepherd ), weariness, hunger and thirst (The Lord provides “green pastures” and “still waters”), wandering (He “restores my soul”), journeying (“He leads me”), valleys (He’s with me even…
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A Very Important (and Happy) Announcement!

After much thought and prayer, our shepherds announced last Sunday (August 30) that we all will begin meeting together again this coming Sunday (September 6). In other words, there will no longer be separate services for those older and more “at-risk” and those who are younger. There will be 2 services on the Lord’s day – 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM – but both are for people of all ages. Our shepherds suggest during these services that those who are…