Blog Posts (Page 72)

We have various blog posts from different people around the church. We hope this will provide another channel to gain more understanding about our church, about being a christian, as well as about our Lord Jesus Christ.

Announcement: 03/08/2015

Know some students wondering how to spend their summer break? Maybe student missions are for them! It can change their lives. This is for college/university students to serve as North American Mission Board (NAMB) supported missionaries.  The deadline for application is March 31! visit http://cnbc.ca/articles/summermissions2015 for more information. If anyone is thinking of or interested about Baptism, please talk…

Rejoicing in Christ

I was reading Proverbs this morning and a verse popped out at me. 15:15 says, “All the days of the oppressed are wretched, but the cheerful heart has a continual feast.” Why it stuck with me has to do with my recent diabetes diagnosis… feasting isn’t an option. A couple of weeks ago, I started…

Connected in Service

Prologue: We are all busy. We’re all short on time. I think we know what our time is precious, but what are we doing with our time? Are we spending it wisely? How do you spend most of your spare time? The Point: Serving in the body of Christ is a wise use of our…

Announcement: 03/01/2015

A reminder for everyone to adjust your clock (turn forward 1 hour) for Daylight Savings Time, which begins on the morning of March 8th. The MTTP (Make Tax Time Pay) Initiative will take place during March and April of 2015. Please continue to pray and support this opportunity of service for our community. Just to…

“Sticks and Stones May…”

Prologue: Connected: Lesson 4 – How to be An Effective Communicators History of the nursery rhyme – “Sticks and Stones” is an English language children’s rhyme. It persuades the child victim of name-calling to ignore the taunt, to refrain from physical retaliation, and to remain calm and good-natured. (1862 – Wikipedia) Today’s lesson is reference…