The promises of God concerning prayer are rich and sweet. In his kindness, he has promised to hear and to answer, to be near and to comfort, to heal and to strengthen, to send out laborers for the harvest and to open the eyes of our hearts, all in response to the prayers of his people. So join with us as we pray together.
To root out inordinate passions and desires, our children need to be consumed with a love for Jesus.
Evangelism as Exiles by Elliot Clark (The Gospel Coalition, 2919). 157 pages. (Limited copies available for purchase in church library) Evangelism in Negative World No one denies a massive cultural shift has occurred in the United States over the last several decades. American evangelicals have lost cultural prominence, power, and influence. Aaron Renn describes this
Living distinctly as God’s people does not mean that we retreat from non-believers, but instead that we live honorably among them. Our lives are to be marked by love, hospitality, and service. This is the attention-arresting life of hope in a world that is not our home.
Lord willing, as society begins to slowly return to the way things were before, now is the time for us to take an honest look at what we’ve prioritized and return back to what God has called us to be: a community of believers built on the foundation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Turn our hearts to desire you alone, so that we would seek you earnestly, in our souls thirsting for you as we would for water in a dry and weary land.
No matter what we face, we’re to seek His face.
Five books that I read in 2020 that I would recommend for you in 2021
Christmas is the message that Light has entered into our dark world to give the hurting hope and joy and peace.
In honor of the IMB’s 175th anniversary, we have set our LMCO goal at $17,500. It’s an ambitious goal, but it’s a worthy goal.