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“We have not men fit for the times."

April 2, 2018 | by: Tony Sanelli | 0 comments

Indeed, God’s people have suffered throughout the ages. And we can’t always make sense of it all. In fact, that’s the point of Psalm 44, which Paul quotes here. But thanks be to God that at any moment you and I can be “fit for the times” by the Holy Spirit. It is His grace and divine power that enables believers to persevere during times of great spiritual opposition and become “more than conquerors through Him.” Our competence, just like our mission, comes from Him.... Keep Reading

Anchored to HOPE

March 7, 2018 | by: Scott Denny | 0 comments

Brothers and sisters, in times hopelessness, drop anchor and cling to the hope that is certain and immovable. Anchor your souls to hope that is found in God our Savior and the Lord Jesus Christ.... Keep Reading

All Christians...Working Together

February 6, 2018 | by: Chris Kiiskinen | 0 comments

We must be careful not to lose sight of God's word and wisdom and get drawn into man's crafty, futile and foolish "wisdom." We have to remember that, not only is Christ's wisdom something that we can always turn to and trust, but that in Christ, we are blessed with ALL things.... Keep Reading

A year to Remember, a year to Forget

January 12, 2018 | by: Tom Kruggel | 0 comments

So what will it be for 2017? A year to remember or a year to forget? Let’s do a little of both, by forgetting the things we ought not to remember, and remembering the things we’re ought likely to forget. Time to strain forward with a Happy (Joyous) New Year.... Keep Reading

We live in a time of unprecedented opportunity for the gospel. The world is listening and watching. As you take in the festivities this Christmas season, sit still long enough and you will see the pain, confusion and turmoil of those “wandering in the darkness” as Jesus spoke in John 8. This is a great time to appear as lights in the world.... Keep Reading

The Necessity of Community

November 6, 2017 | by: Scott Denny | 0 comments

In a church our size, it’s difficult to know others and be known by them unless we shrink down into smaller contexts. As pastors, we have determined that our Community Group Ministry is the most effective way for us to have people from within this church body minister the grace of God to one another. Brothers and sisters, we need each other to endure. We need each other to persevere. None of us was meant to live the Christian life on our own terms, in our own ways. Rather we were meant to live life in community.... Keep Reading

Diversity Of Thought... What Do You Think?

October 12, 2017 | by: Chris Kiiskinen | 0 comments

Scripture does not teach that we are to have diversity in theology and how we think about certain things. Rather, it teaches that we are to strive to understand the scriptures correctly so that we can best understand the fullness of the Gospel and its implications in our lives.... Keep Reading

Justification and sanctification are both gifts granted by God’s sovereign grace. They are components of our salvation. They are never to be separated because every justified person has also been positionally sanctified (set apart to God). This leads immediately to what is often termed progressive sanctification (the process by which a believer is slowly transformed into maturity and Christ-likeness).... Keep Reading

Dear Martha

August 14, 2017 | by: Tom Kruggel | 0 comments

In spite of hospitality’s helter-skelter demands, Mary chose to take time away from your time. She was fully aware of her surrounds, let it go and sat. What appeared to be insensitive was actually sensitive. Her position of submission to Him and His word rather than you placed her under the foot of His authority, not yours, in every possible way; physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. ... Keep Reading

Equipping the Equippers

July 3, 2017 | by: Tony Sanelli | 0 comments

We want you to be fully informed and hope your hearts beat with the same passion to see Christ exalted and magnified in these foreign lands through the equipping of those called to be pastors who make disciples. ... Keep Reading