Invitation to Salvation
Uncategorized / September 24, 2015

Life leads each of us down a different journey. Any path we walk is void without Jesus. Jesus loves each soul deeply and died so we might have eternal life. John 3: 16-17 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world…

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Poetry Corner – Life
General , Worship / September 24, 2015

Life Seems to slip away On an endless wave No more to see A tiny, helpless hand Reaching out for you To save It’s not too late To save a life I hear the broken hearted Crying out in pain Who will ease their suffering Who will hide their shame With tears they are calling In a silent voice Screaming into darkness A life with no choice And their life Seems to slip away On…

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Stop the Silence
Resources / September 17, 2015

]It takes time to speak of domestic abuse Time to know what to share and to refuse After years of living as a silent recluse It took a while to share the darkness of abuse I have survived the abusive hand My soul once crumbled like shifting sand God rescued me from the bondage of man I SURVIVED and now in CHRIST I stand The nightmares now are so faded The lie that I’m worthless…

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Working through Past Hurts

It is very painful to work through past hurts stemming from domestic violence and abuse. There are so many obstacles to overcome. From our self-doubt, self-hate, insecurities, to a total violation of our ability to trust. All these emotions leave us questioning our purpose of existence and reeling in emotional agony. It leaves us wondering if we are worthy of love or if God is angry with us. God does not judge you for your…

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Discipleship 101 – Fellowship
Uncategorized / September 17, 2015

As we continue to examine the Christian lifestyle adopted by the very first group of Christian converts, we come to the consideration of individual fellowship with God. God has called us out of death and into life, and into fellowship with himself. But what does that mean? The Greek word for fellowship here is the word koinonia (koy-nohn-ee’-ah), and it is defined in Strong’s Concordance as partnership, that is, (literally) participation, or (social) intercourse, or…

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