In this series we are taking an indebt look at the letter Paul wrote, while he was in prison, to the Philippian Church. What we will encounter is a man who is at the end of his rope, because of his suffering for Christ, trying to teach the Philippians what it means to be Christians in a very harsh and unforgiving world. The themes include, “Working out Your Salvation,” “The Faithfulness of Jesus,” “Faithful Suffering,” “Jesus the Slave,” and last but not least “Getting some Perspective.”
Beginning this fall, a new causal Bible study for young adults (ages 20-40ish) will begin Sunday, September 7th from 5-6 PM in the church parlor. Don't worry a nursery attendant will be available for any participates who may have young children.
Rev. Josh Leu will present the first study, "Making Sense of the Bible". This study is great foundation course for anyone wanting to grow deeper in their faith, and to connect with other young adults striving to live the way of Christ. Can’t wait to see you there!
Have you ever found yourself caught up in the rat race of life running from one event to another never finding time for yourself? Have you ever found yourself working you tail off day in and day out, and yet for some reason it is never enough? Have you ever wondered why you continue to buy more and more stuff that never seems to satisfy the discontentment always lurking in the debts of your being? Do you ever find yourself longing for that sense of peace that you can never seem to find? If so join us, starting September 14, as we begin a 3-week Sermon Series dealing with the art of living content lives, called “Enough!”