Nov 6, 2016
Live the Victorious Life – Children’s Version
stand-storm-thumbBased on 1 Corinthians 15:54-58
 
“End Times” has an ominous and frightening sound to it. “Last Judgment” even more so. “Death” most of all. But the comfort God gives us is that Jesus defeated death and conquered all our moral failures. Answering to a just God should no longer fear us because of Jesus’ victory. Because of his victory we have victory and can live a victorious life.
 
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  • Nov 6, 2016Live the Victorious Life – Children’s Version
    Nov 6, 2016
    Live the Victorious Life – Children’s Version
    stand-storm-thumbBased on 1 Corinthians 15:54-58
     
    “End Times” has an ominous and frightening sound to it. “Last Judgment” even more so. “Death” most of all. But the comfort God gives us is that Jesus defeated death and conquered all our moral failures. Answering to a just God should no longer fear us because of Jesus’ victory. Because of his victory we have victory and can live a victorious life.
     
  • Oct 30, 2016Reevaluate on Reformation
    Oct 30, 2016
    Reevaluate on Reformation
    stand-storm-thumbBased on John 8:31-36

    Jesus certainly wants us to rejoice that we have the truth of the Gospel. It sets us free from the guilt of our sins. But he also wants us to reevaluate our relationship with our Lord to make sure that we are remaining in His Word and that we aren’t stubborning clinging to our sins. We do that through confessing our sins to God. That helps to keep us accountable for our sins and puts us in a wonderful position to hear about our Savior’s forgiveness once again.
  • Oct 30, 2016Reevaluate on Reformation – Children’s Version
    Oct 30, 2016
    Reevaluate on Reformation – Children’s Version
    stand-storm-thumb
    Based on John 8:31-36
     
    Jesus certainly wants us to rejoice that we have the truth of the Gospel. It sets us free from the guilt of our sins. But he also wants us to reevaluate our relationship with our Lord to make sure that we are remaining in His Word and that we aren’t stubborning clinging to our sins. We do that through confessing our sins to God. That helps to keep us accountable for our sins and puts us in a wonderful position to hear about our Savior’s forgiveness once again.
  • Oct 23, 2016Generosity and Forgiveness
    Oct 23, 2016
    Generosity and Forgiveness
    a-generous-heart-religious-bulletinBased on Luke 17:3-10
     
    A person who has been radically changed by God’s grace is going to be generous in every aspect of their life. That includes being generous with forgiveness. Forgiving someone who has deeply sinned against us difficult and even painful. Jesus and God’s grace are what give us both the reason and the motivation to forgive others.
  • Oct 23, 2016Generosity and Forgiveness – Children’s Version
    Oct 23, 2016
    Generosity and Forgiveness – Children’s Version
    a-generous-heart-religious-bulletinBased on Luke 17:3-10
     
    A person who has been radically changed by God’s grace is going to be generous in every aspect of their life. That includes being generous with forgiveness. Forgiving someone who has deeply sinned against us difficult and even painful. Jesus and God’s grace are what give us both the reason and the motivation to forgive others.
     
  • Oct 16, 2016Generosity and God’s Grace
    Oct 16, 2016
    Generosity and God’s Grace
    a-generous-heart-religious-bulletin
     
    Jesus uses the example of the Pharisee and the tax collector to teach us that things are not always as they appear. People look at outside appearance; God looks at the heart. We can’t understand generosity until we experience the grace of God; when that happens generosity will express itself in many ways.
  • Oct 16, 2016Generosity and God’s Grace – Children’s Version
    Oct 16, 2016
    Generosity and God’s Grace – Children’s Version
    Based on Luke 18:9-17
     
    God fills our hearts with his love so that we share it with others.
  • Oct 9, 2016Come and See God’s Glory
    Oct 9, 2016
    Come and See God’s Glory
    Based on Psalm 19:1-6

    King David invited everyone to take a little break from the struggles and trials of life and to come and see God’s glory. He said that it was almost like God was preaching a “silent sermon” every night by putting his creation on display in the heavens above and the earth below. So today we take a break from everything else and simply praise God for the awesome, majestic God that He is. He revealed His glory in what he made here for us and in what He did for us in the sending of His Son!
  • Oct 2, 2016A Community at Home
    Oct 2, 2016
    A Community at Home
    Based on Luke 15:22-32

    A theme we see in this parable that runs through the whole Bible is that of exile and homecoming. Even though those who believe in Jesus as their savior are children of God, they remain outside of their true home in heaven. The only way to get there is through a gift of the Father and through a deep personal cost of our true older brother, Jesus.
  • Oct 2, 2016A Community at Home – Children’s Version
    Oct 2, 2016
    A Community at Home – Children’s Version
    Based on Luke 15:22-32

    A theme we see in this parable that runs through the whole Bible is that of exile and homecoming. Even though those who believe in Jesus as their savior are children of God, they remain outside of their true home in heaven. The only way to get there is through a gift of the Father and through a deep personal cost of our true older brother, Jesus.