Posts from April 2018 (Page 2)

Wednesday Review, 04.11.18

Each Thursday during the school year, you can find the review sheet from the previous night’s Lost & Found and The Bridge children’s classes. Lost & Found review sheet from April 11th The Bridge review sheet from April 11th Click here to see a calendar of events that was sent home last night to finish […]

Food for Thought, 04.10.18

Great articles for your week, from around the web! How to Be a Better Boaster: Know that this is satire as you begin reading it, but then see if there are ways that you may be tempted to do these very things. Who Causes Your Suffering?: “When suffering comes to us, we naturally — instinctively — want […]

Sunday Review, 04.08.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us from John 7:40-52. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: John: Pride & Prejudice. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from […]

John: Pride & Pejudice

There’s a difference between arrogance and confidence. God wants to destroy the one and build the other in its place. This Sunday, we’ll be looking together at John 7:40-8:12, where we’ll see Christ squashing the arrogance of the Jewish leaders of His day, most of whom people would never have dared to confront. And we’ll see […]

Food for Thought, 04.04.18

Children Need a Crisis of Faith: “It was on the troubled sea, not on the tranquil sea, where the disciples began to grasp what faith really means.” Train Up Your Children…But Remember, It’s God Who Saves Them: “He can save our children and desires to save them far far more than we do, and he is not […]

Sunday Review, 04.01.18

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc shared God’s Word with us during this Resurrection Sunday. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Easter: The Firstfruits. Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to help kids pay attention and benefit from […]