• As we prepare to gather for worship this weekend, I would like to give you these helpful words from Christian Philosopher and Theologian James K. A. Smith: “The church’s worship is the heart of discipleship. Yes, Christian formation is a life-encompassing, Monday through Saturday, week in and week out project; but it radiates from, and is nourished by, the worship life of the congregation.”


  • This year, our church has been focusing on the theme: Bold. Jesus calls us to be bold witnesses for him (Matthew 28:18-19), he calls us to pray bold prayers (Mark 11:23-25), and he calls us to live bold lives (Matthew 5:13-16). The goal of living boldly is so that other people will embrace Jesus Christ as Savior and King.


  • This statement by Jesus is so counter cultural, so revolutionary, so paradoxical that most likely we read something like this and don’t even realize what we just read. To be part of God’s forever kingdom and dominion you must receive it like a child.


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