As we are brought up in a fallen world, many of us carry things; opinions, thoughts, beliefs, that have been influenced by the culture we grew up in. In our story we find one of the greatest biblical characters in the history of the world, Moses.
The summer is winding down, but we still have a lot going on!
Don’t forget today’s church service will be held at Two Mile Run County Park. Same time: 10:45 a.m. We’ll meet at Lakeside Pavilion. We’ll also be having a baptismal service. A picnic will follow — everything provided! If you want, bring a lawn chair.
Lots of activities this week and many more in the near future!
Isaiah 61 is a powerful chapter in Scripture. Jesus makes direct reference to it in his hometown of Nazareth, but he stops short of reading the entire passage. Why?
Lots of exciting stuff in the coming weeks!
The verses for today’s message are about those despised Samaritans. Looked down on by all full-blooded Jews, excluded from worship, if you saw one coming you would cross the street so you would pass them with the farthest distance possible. Why were they so hated?
Easter in July! Yep, right here on Saturday the 25th!!
Starting the week with a motorcycle ride as we enter another week of activities at Fox Street!
Sometimes the truth in statements get lost in translation. For instance, our Protestant Bible is a translation of a translation, ancient and Coptic Hebrew in the Old Testament and Greek in the New Testament. The Catholic Bible is a translation of a translation of a translation, meaning the ancient and Coptic Hebrew to Latin, then Latin to English. The Greek to Latin, then Latin to English in the New Testament.