Does God Change?

Has your view of God changed over the years? Not to sound judgey, but I hope so. Maybe he started, in your mind, like a magnanimous grandfather, then became Santa Claus-esque, then maybe a hard-nosed cop. Based on what we want and don’t want, do and don’t like, our views change. But, hopefully, as we … Continue reading Does God Change?

The Highs and Lows of David

All but one of this week’s Psalms specifically say they were written by David. And, in this week of Psalms we will see a wide range of thoughts and feelings. David wants his enemies to get what’s coming to them but he also encourages all faithful people to praise God regularly. David pleas for God … Continue reading The Highs and Lows of David

Southwestern Bell Got it Right

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HO17B-ACRn0 We talk often, as a staff, about what we do as a church – I don’t mean our menu of programming, but more, who we are and what we’re about. Here’s what we’ve decided: What we do: Read the Bible. Pray. Connect people together. I don’t know about you, but the third one is … Continue reading Southwestern Bell Got it Right

What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?  Our journey with Jacob continues this week! We learn the names of Rachel and Leah’s children, Esau’s descendents and we hear about Jacob’s name change after he wrestles with God. Names in the Bible help us understand the meaning behind different events.  Monday - Genesis 29:31 - 30:43 Key Points: God … Continue reading What’s in a Name?

God Does What He Says He Will Do!

This week we see several instances where God does exactly what He says He will - both in giving Abraham and Sarah a son and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. With each story, God reveals something to us about His character and how He interacts with His people - let’s see if we can … Continue reading God Does What He Says He Will Do!

A Week of Sin and Consequences

This week is all about sin and consequences. Fun, eh? Nobody likes to talk about sin...well, we like to talk about the sins of others and make sure everyone knows how terrible "they" are, but we definitely don't like to talk about our own. Sure, it's easy to say a generic, "I'm a sinner", but … Continue reading A Week of Sin and Consequences

Genesis – The literal beginning

Sorry this is a few days late. We had some technical difficulties, but here we go - Genesis - the literal beginning. We hope you and your family enjoy starting at the beginning with familiar stories. Also, our kindergarteners are working through Genesis as well, so if you have one, know that they'll be happy … Continue reading Genesis – The literal beginning