As Christians running the race of life, we’re blessed to be a part of an invisible assembly—the body of Christ worldwide. It’s vital to understand the body of Christ and our part in it, because God designed His church to work together.
In our sinful condition, we're inclined to ignore our mortality. We'd much rather pursue the passing pleasures of life rather than face the realities of eternity. Solomon shattered our naïve and short-sighted thinking in his book of Ecclesiastes. And Friday we'll talk about his findings on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
Imagine getting everything you want . . . lots of money, great health, an adoring family, and that job you’ve always dreamed about? Is that a recipe for the good life . . . the complete opposite . . . or maybe both?
There is a point a person may pass, beyond which they can neverbe saved. Through procastination, pride and desire for pleasure,through spiritual rebellion, they find God Himself has withdrawn His Holy Spirit, and they face eternal spiritual destruction.
Adult Sunday School
Sunday (9:45-10:45am), everyone welcome.
Our present study is ‘Lyrics for Life’ by Regular Baptist Press
A study on selected Psalms
Ephesians 6:10-13 - The world's view of the Church; the importance of the Christian's conduct and behaviour; antinomianism explained; a wrong understanding of doctrine; the danger of legalism; the devil's attack on our general behaviour; applying the truth to ourselves; lack of discipline in the Christian life; carnal zeal.
In his definitive exposition of the end of the Gospel of John, Dr. Boice discusses our Lord's arrest, trial, crucifixion and resurrection in a step-by-step analysis. In this section of John's Gospel we see not only the message of Christ's triumph, but an indication of how we can triumph as well. In God's plan and […]