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Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: ZECHARIAH THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK – Author: the prophet Zechariah (1:1) who worked with the prophet Haggai and with Ezra and Nehemiah to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem after the people returned from their exile (see Ezra...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: HAGGAI THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK Author: the prophet Haggai (1:1) who worked with the prophet Zechariah and with Ezra and Nehemiah to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem after the people returned from their exile (see Ezra 2:1-2;...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: ZEPHANIAH THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK – Bears the name of its author, the prophet Zephaniah (1:1) – A prophecy delivered during Josiah’s reign (640-609 B.C.), most likely before King Josiah began leading the nation of...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: HABAKKUK THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK Bears the name of its author, the prophet Habakkuk (1:1) Most likely written sometime after the fall of Nineveh to the Chaldeans in 612 B. C. and before Judah’s exile in 605 B. C. Themes: Human...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: NAHUM THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE BOOK Bears the name of its author, the prophet Nahum (1:1) Written sometime between 660 B. C. and 612 B. C., about one century after Nineveh had repented at the preaching of Jonah (see Jonah chapter 3) ...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

SUNDAY MORNING SCRIPTURE READING: MICAH Over the past several months, during our Sunday morning corporate gatherings, we have been reading through the Minor Prophets of the Old Testament (otherwise known as “The Twelve”). Since we will be hearing from God’s words...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings To help us better understand the Minor Prophets which we are reading through on Sunday mornings, I have provided some excerpts from “The World and the Word – An Introduction to the Old Testament” (by Merrill, Rooker, and...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings To help us better understand the Minor Prophets which we are reading through on Sunday mornings, I have provided some excerpts from “The World and the Word – An Introduction to the Old Testament” (by Merrill, Rooker, and...

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings

Scripture Reading on Sunday Mornings To help us better understand the Minor Prophets that we are reading through on Sunday mornings, I have provided some excerpts from “The World and the Word – An Introduction to the Old Testament” (by Merrill, Rooker, and...
Good Friday and Easter Services

Good Friday and Easter Services

The elders invite the church body to join together this week for two special services celebrating the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus: Good Friday & Easter.  Please do make the effort to prioritize these services as a family. GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE Friday,...

Book of the Month: June

June’s book of the month is Family Worship by Donald S. Whitney ($7). In less than 70 pages, this book describes the importance of practicing Scripture reading, praying, and singing together as a family. See the BookTable servants for the accompanying reading...
The Updated Sermon Podcast Is Live

The Updated Sermon Podcast Is Live

As you have probably noticed if you are reading this, we have updated our website. As part of the migration process, if you subscribe to our weekly sermon podcast, you will need to update your subscription. The podcast is a great way to hear the sermon if you missed...

Book of the Month: April

April’s book of the month is Reasons We Believe by Nathan Busenitz ($14). As we have learned from Romans 1:21-21, humanity’s unbelief is not due to a lack of proof of the Bible’s claims. Reasons We Believe is an excellent and very readable apologetics book. It is...

Book of the Month: January

January’s book of the month is Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity by Tim Challies ($8). This book will help you to think theologically about your productivity as well as provides a comprehensive, easy-to-implement plan for becoming more...

Book of the Month: December

This month’s book of the month is The Cross He Bore: Meditations on the Sufferings of the Redeemer by Frederick S. Leahy ($6). This short book, written to help Christians imagine the cross with fresh gratitude, is well worth your time this Christmas season. The...

Book of the Month: November

The Attributes of God by Arthur W. Pink ($9) is November’s book of the month. This book defines and explains sixteen different attributes of God, while also drawing out their implications for the Christian life. Pick up a reading guide at the booktable along...

Book of the Month: October

This month’s Book of the Month is the Generations of Grace Family Devotional ($20). This resource is an accompaniment to the materials used in our Next Generation Ministries classes. It includes five-day devotionals that help parents reinforce and expand on the...