If you read through Proverbs, there is a theme that continues throughout the writing. It’s sort of boring. It’s not at all sensational. It’s one that won’t turn people’s heads. That theme? Words really matter. What you choose to say and, perhaps more so, what you don’t choose to say makes a big difference in […]Read more "Wisdom for All Ages 2: the Power of Words"
For the next three weeks, we are doing a special kind of family worship on Sunday mornings. We’re inviting our kids to be with us for the entire hour of worship–a practice that we’re going to carry into the future. There are many reasons, but the primary one is that Jesus suggests that children should […]Read more "Wisdom for All Ages 1: the Right Path"
The story of the Good Samaritan is one of the most famous stories in the history of the world. Even if someone has never heard the story, they know the term, “Good Samaritan.” Though we know of the Good Samaritan, we struggle with being the Good Samaritan. Jesus said that being the Good Samaritan is how you love God and love […]Read more "Who Is My Neighbor?"
Hannah Wehmeyer, a recent graduate of Hanover College soon-to-be student at Garret-Evangelical Theological Seminary, was our guest speaker this week. She explores the question of how being hope and calling intersect. How does realizing hope relate to our calling? Message from Sunday, July 3, 2016.Read more "Be Hope 3 (from Hannah Wehmeyer)"