While I am saying that our motivation and attitude in serving others should be checked, sometimes you just have to get out there and do it!
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!
To feel and see the love of Jesus shining through our brothers and sisters brings joy to our lives; and what everyone brings to the table with our own personalities and experiences helps to give support, care, love, grace, advice, great humor, and acceptance of who we are and where we are in life—to go through the great things of life and the not-so-good moments together.
Challenge was an amazing trip for so many reasons. It was so clear from the onset that God was watching over this trip and had heard your prayers. Challenge truly challenged and stretched our group throughout our week in Kansas City.
There are a few intangible things in life that I wish I could bottle. This summer’s camp/ missions experience was one of those things. This was a week that God brought together. There is no denying that. It was simply amazing.
Taking that first “next step” at Hershey Free was the best decision I could have ever made. It all started with one step. God took care of the rest.
“I can’t believe this is happening to me!” Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you wrestled with that question? Those situations involve all types of complications—job problems, relational conflict, health issues, financial problems. They can be overwhelming, and they can cause us to doubt God’s goodness and faithfulness. If you have been there, 1 Peter is a book for you. In the...