On April 14 we witnessed 30 students step out in faith and publicly declare that they are followers of Jesus as they were baptized in front of the church.
In this series, we will study Romans 12 and see what it looks like to be part of the team that Jesus is creating. As we will see, when we are following Jesus, no one sits on the bench!
I want to offer some help, motivation, and encouragement that we as parents need in working to help our kids become disciples of Jesus.
Yes, it’s a stretch of faith and personal comfort each time. But through my Nepali neighbors, I have realized that taking Church beyond the walls, when we all come together and do good deeds and share the love and message of God, is ALL day, EVERY day of the year.
This is not a new topic but is one that is becoming highlighted and more perverse as we have new forums and avenues for it to occur. In looking at this topic, there are numerous resources available for you to have healthy and proactive conversations with your student about it, but also ways to better educate yourself and those in your sphere of influence.
As our Hershey Free folks serve in the community, they carry the gospel and light of Christ with them. LIFT allows us to celebrate that and to encourage our congregation and the organizations that they support. One recently awarded LIFT grant was requested by Nelda Wachtman for Susquehanna Service Dogs.
This series will take some topics that are often seen as barriers to Christianity and present them with the heart and mind of Jesus.
Oh yes, the blessings and curses of the modern phenomenon of the internet and social media. The positive sides are glorious. The down sides are very dark and destructive. So how can we navigate this with our teenagers?