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Please Pass the Faith
Have you ever been at a family gathering and wanted a particular food item that was out of reach at another part of the table? You probably can remember this feeling vividly as a child. As frustrating as it is to have food just out of reach, there may be something a bit more essential just out of reach of our kids and teenagers.
It has been said that we are always one generation away from the extinction of the Christian faith. All followers of Jesus have the responsibility of passing the faith to the next generation. Just like adults at a dinner table are entrusted with passing food to those who are younger, so too do those who are further along in the faith have the responsibility to pass the faith to those who are younger.
In this one-off message on April 28, we will talk practical ways God calls each of us to pass on the faith to the next generation. (Hint: It’s not as difficult as it may seem)
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Key text: Luke 1:39-45
Key text: Matthew 1:18-24
Key text: Luke 1:26-38
Drawing from Nehemiah’s directions to rededicate the temple in Jerusalem and restore sacrificial acts in Israel, this message moves outside of ourselves and our own thankfulness to God and into how thankfulness should spill out on others. The challenge for Nehemiah and for us is how to give thanks in the midst of the ruins.…
Key text: Psalm 23
Key text: 1 Thessalonians 1:2-9 (CEB)
Key text: 1 Peter 2:4-5, 9-10
Key text: Jeremiah 31:31-33, John 1:12-13
Basketball, Lacrosse, and Volleyball are team sports where each player is expected to do the same role at any time. There are specialists, but each player is basically required to do the same things as others in each game. These sports are similar to the Christian Walk in that we share a similar calling to…
Football and Soccer are sports of intensity and passion. Having a passionate faith means your whole life, all aspects of it, is disrupted (for the good) by your spirituality. Key text: 1 Corinthians 15:58, Ephesians 2:10