Our aim each week is to reflect the story of God’s grace in the gospel as we worship together.
Psalm 138:2, reminds us of this importance: “I bow down toward your holy temple and give thanks to your name for your steadfast love and your faithfulness, for you have exalted above all things your name and your word.”
As we walk through the book of 2 Corinthians, remember that a disciple is someone who lives right-side up in an upside-down world (see Acts 17:6). Throughout this book Paul gives us example after example of that very thing! The title of the series is “Upside Down Living.” Here is a plan for you to follow in order to keep up with our series, which itself is a matter of upside down living! Also, here is a one-page overview of the book of 2 Corinthians.
As we walk through the book of Exodus, we want you to see it revealing a God who Saves His people from their enemies, steadily and patiently Shepherds them through life, and Sanctifies them with His presence. We’ll spend 9 weeks walking through Exodus. As we do, we’d encourage you to follow along with the reading during our series. Join us! Click here.
In keeping with our push toward doing things together, we want to encourage you to join us in our upcoming series on discipleship. Of course we hope it goes without saying that we want you to be there on Sunday mornings for corporate worship. More specifically, what we’re encouraging you to use during this series is the 40 Days of Disciple-Making Journal. One of the greatest needs in the evangelical church today is a recalibration of our priorities back under the mission Jesus left us. In Matthew 28, Jesus commands us to “make disciples of all nations.” Join us starting Sunday, May 12. We’ll wrap up on Thursday, June 20. Let’s do this…together!
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