Remember Jonah? He's the prophet from the Old Testament who was swallowed by a great fish after running away from what God wanted him to do.
Then, after Jonah finally obeyed God and told the sinful and horrible people of Nineveh about God's coming judgment Jonah became angry at God.
Why? Because Jonah believed God was loving!
He says in Jonah 4 that the reason he ran away from God in the first place is because "I knew that You are a merciful and compassionate God, sl
This post is directed towards the "big people" that will bring kids to church this Sunday to participate in our Student Ministry. Sign-up for the weekly prep email here. Dear Partners, Jesus was meeting with His followers when an expert in the Law of Moses stood up and asked Him a question. “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus pointed Him to the Scriptures, which say, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with
When each of our kids were born our friends and church family helped out in various ways. They were obeying God's command to "carry one another's burdens". If you've visited someone in the hospital recently, delivered a meal, or prayed for someone who was hurting you too have "carried one another's burdens". But do you ever worry that you don't quite know what to do? Here's a short checklist for us to use as a church to try to carry one another's burdens well. Someone's in c