Join us on Sunday for our new series: Faith that Works!
This Sunday I’ll be starting our new series: “Faith that Works”. We’ll be looking at the book of James.
Faith, as James reminds us, is not just for a future destination but for present impact. Faith that works then will be examined from the standpoint of it being effective as well as being active. I’m looking forward to sharing this with you.
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Care Ministries Update: Meals on Wheels
After years at the helm of the Meals on Wheels ministry, Elaine Finlay is passing the leadership over to Carroll Chapman. The elders, Care Ministries leadership, and all those who received the blessing of delicious meals, would like to thank Elaine very much for organizing our volunteer chefs to provide these meals to the recipients!
We now look forward to Carroll’s enthusiasm in leading this ministry- she already has plans to add some simple technology to make it easier to schedule the meals (and she will walk us chefs through that as a need for meals arises)! Please note that Carroll can be reached either via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via her mobile phone (519-831-9184, calls and texts).
Thought for the Day: The Power of the Resurrection: “I know that my Redeemer lives”
Tuesday I looked at the power of the resurrection through the lens of Job’s declaration that he knew his Redeemer lives. Okay, so now how does this apply to us?
With Job, in spite of every argument to the contrary from his friends, we too may know that the Redeemer lives. Furthermore, to live successful Christian lives we must know that not just in our heads but in our hearts as well.
God’s plan for the believer is that by the testimony of the Holy Spirit and by opening one’s eyes to see the many evidences of God’s power and authority in the world of nature and history, we may come to a place where we can say we know.
God’s plan is also that we come to know. That’s why the Bible was given to us. The Apostle John wrote: “I write this to you who believe in the name of the Son of God that you may know that you have eternal life” What does this mean for us today? We don’t guess, we don’t suppose, we don’t wish, we don’t wonder, we know. Our Redeemer lives, tap into that power today!
In His grip,