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New Adult Study Begins January 6

Beginning Sunday January 6th

"Cultivating The Fruit Of The Spirit"

Leon Willis - Teaching

Class Description: What it means for Christians to live as the body of Christ in the midst of today's culture.

10 week study based on Galatians 5:22-23

The Christmas Story

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

Hosea 9:6

Peace Be With All Of You This Season!

The 12 Days Of Christmas Explored & Why Did Jesus Come? - Part III

In our Bible class we will look at the Christmas song, “The Twelve Days Of Christmas.”  There is some mystery and controversy around this traditional work.  We will attempt to unpack some of these and discuss the lessons that will bless our lives.

For three weeks we have asked the question, “Why did Jesus come?”  We have narrowed our study to John 1 because the story and implications of Advent are massive.  We have introduced terms, symbols, colors, and meanings.  It all comes down to this:  God came Personally to turn on the light for us to make our way through the heavy darkness.  Our final installment will focus on three “take-aways” from the Advent, and a story of a little boy hiding under a bed.  May the Spirit of Christmas  -  the Advent always be a part of our witness to the world!

7 Meditations For Christmas & Why Did Jesus Come? - Part Two

For Sunday morning's class, I will share 7 Meditations For Christmas.  This is materials for family or private devotions a week before Christmas.  7 meditations to help us with our focus on the Advent.

In our worship time, we will continue our series on "Why Did Jesus Come?" It makes no difference how successful we get in any field; makes no difference how much we accumulate, it is never enough?  Why?  Last week we searched Romans 1 and came face to face with the “darkness” that exists in the human spirit.  Jesus came to dispel this darkness.  This Sunday we will zoom-in on John 1 giving special attention to the “Logos” of God becoming flesh, and how this impacts our witness.

The End of Our Study of Ecclesiastes & Why Did Jesus Come?

Sunday’s class on Ecclesiastes brings to an end a profitable study on an insightful book. We end the study by looking at only the last two verses.  Solomon saves the best, the most poignant for last.  The Preacher sees his own life as a test, and he shares with us his conclusions.  The wisest man who ever lived, leaves us with only two action items.  Our response to these will answer the question, “is life worth living?” 

Advent.  We hear that word every year around the Christmas season, but what does it mean? Most of Christendom refers to the time between the fourth Sunday in November to Christmas Eve as the Advent season.   The word “Advent” means “arrival.”  We celebrate Christ’s arrival in anticipation of His Second Advent. A spirit of expectation, preparation, and longing marks Advent.  There is a universal yearning for deliverance from the evils of the world, first experienced by Israelite slaves in Egypt as they cried out from their bitter oppression.  It is the cry of those who have experienced the tyranny of injustice in a world under the curse of sin, and yet who have hope of deliverance by a God who has heard the cries of oppressed slaves and brought deliverance in the past!  For the next three Sundays we will talk about the colors, the symbols, the themes of Advent in a series entitled, “Why Did Jesus Come?”

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