Last summer, the teenagers got together every Tuesday to study the Bible for an hour, go to the church building to work, and then enjoy lunch together. We’ve already been talking about our plans for this summer, and we all agreed we want to resume… Read More »An Invitation – Summer Book Club
For two centuries after the Reformation, Protestants weren’t all that concerned with cross-cultural evangelism, besides a few exceptions. In the nineteenth century, though, Protestants began to expand their missionary work to the rest of the world. From the very start, single women could be found… Read More »And She Didn’t Even Wear Shoes
Today is a wonderful day. Christians all over Albertville and across the world are gathering to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Some of our brothers and sisters have elaborate celebrations with different meaningful colors and symbols, scripture readings, and call and response segments in their… Read More »We are Not Consumers!
“He findeth not who seeks his own. The soul is lost that’s saved alone.” – John Greenleaf Whittier Why do we seek the kingdom without also seeking God’s righteousness or justice? That is, are the benefits of the kingdom only for one’s own self? Is the purpose… Read More »We Won’t Be Saved Alone
After his resurrection, Jesus told his closest friends to go around telling everyone the good news about his resurrection. Now, two-thousand years later and halfway around the world, we are enjoying the fruit of their labor. If you truly believe that this good news is… Read More »Remember What Jesus Said!
Have you ever failed at saying goodbye to someone? You know what I’m talking about! You’ve been hanging out with them all night, and finally it is getting about that time to go. So you slap your knees with both hands and say, “Welp!” And… Read More »Jesus Knows How You Feel!
We all sin and come short of the glory of God—that’s no surprise to anyone. What distinguishes Jesus followers from the people around them is how they handle the moments when they inevitably fall. Of course, some disciples handle failure in unhealthy ways just like… Read More »Falling Upwards