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Well . . . we did have a busy week planned! We did start the week out on a great footing as there was a fantastic service with the Glory Way Quartet!!
During any crisis, we have a firm foundation. Our faith is in God and God’s provision. We are not to live in fear but through prayer we can find God’s peace. We can help reduce people’s anxiety through prayerful, informed counsel, and by having a plan of action that will be in their best interest.
The Scars that Lead to Faith John 20:24-29 We are all very familiar with this story and we give Ole’ Thomas a bad rap. However, the reality is that there is a very teachable moment in this text. Thomas struggled to believe that Jesus was alive, and it wasn’t until he saw the scars that … [Read more…]
Another busy week at Fox Street Church of God!
The term lather, rinse, and repeat was developed by Proctor & Gamble to be placed as directions for how one was to clean their hair using their product. Interestingly enough, the reason for this wasn’t because they were concerned you needed clean hair but rather you would return more frequently to purchase your next bottle. Washing your hair every day actually can damage your hair.
Bowling, goodie boxes for the military and college students, plans for a great Easter Egg hunt and the Youth group’s new Fox Den!
How many of us exercise our bodies? What happens to our body when we exercise less and less? While God does make people of different shapes and sizes, there is definitely a difference between “being the way God made you” and “being out of shape”. The one is healthy while the other is not.
Wow, what a lot of activities to prepare for!
THE UNKNOWING OF THE ALTAR OF GOD Acts 17:22-34 ar-e-op’-a-gus (Areios pagos; Acts 17:19,22. Mars’ Hill, 17:22 the King James Version): A sort of spur jutting out from the western end of the Acropolis and separated from it by a very short saddle. Traces of old steps cut in the rock are still to be … [Read more…]