Posts by Marc Goodwin

Food for Thought, 10.18.2019

Below are some links we’d recommend that you peruse, which we think could be of help in stirring your thoughts as a follower of Christ. Help, My Teen is Questioning the Faith: “Beginning spiritual conversations in the early years builds a foundation for conversations to continue in the teen years.” For Childhood Fears, Bible Memory […]

Wednesday Review, 10.16.2019

We are so thankful for the children (and their parents) who are working through the memorization project for Lost & Found (our midweek program) this year! Each week, we’ll post the most current handouts that have up-to-date lists of the catechism questions and Scripture passages, which children are encouraged to work on. You can find […]

Sunday Review, 10.13.2019

Below are some notes from this past weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Larry continued our “Building Up” series and shared God’s Word with us from 1 Corinthians 13:1-7. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: True Love Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s Bulletins” to […]

Food for Thought, 10.11.2019

Below are some links we’d recommend that you peruse, which we think could be of help in stirring your thoughts as a follower of Christ. The Servers and Servicers in Every Church: Tim Challies explains two categories of believers — those who feel most near to God while serving and those who feel most near […]

Wednesday Review, 10.09.2019

We are so thankful for the children (and their parents) who are working through the memorization project for Lost & Found (our midweek program) this year! Each week, we’ll post the most current handouts that have up-to-date lists of the catechism questions and Scripture passages, which children are encouraged to work on. You can find […]

Sunday Review, 10.06.2019

Below are some notes from this past weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERING Pastor Marc continued our “Building Up” series and shared God’s Word with us from 1 Corinthians 12:27-31. You can listen to it, or download it, by going here: Sovereignty, Selectivity, and Longing Each Sunday, we hand out “Children’s […]

Food for Thought 10.04.2019

Below are some links we’d recommend that you peruse, which we think could be of help in stirring your thoughts as a follower of Christ. He Asked to Hug the Woman Who Killed His Brother: a moving example of how the gospel of Christ can bring forth extraordinary mercy and grace, even toward those who […]

Food For Thought, 2.15.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Boys Need Their Moms: “Boys need their moms—I am convinced of it. Even teenaged boys, boys who are nearly men.” Don’t Put Your Hope in Date Night: “When we falsely believe a date night out is […]

Food For Thought, 2.8.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Real Calvinists Pray: “When we understand Calvinism in our hearts, and not just our minds, we’ll find ourselves humbly drawing near the throne of grace in our times of need.” Three Characteristics of a Life-Giving […]