Text: Ephesians 2:12-22 Date: December 10, 2017 Speaker: Clint Nelson We all experience separation anxiety - an uncomfortable and insurmountable distance between where we are and where we were made to be and what we were made to do. Thanks be to Christ, He bridged the gap and restored peace between God and man.
Date: December 3, 2017 Text: Luke 2:1-20 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Catherine looks to the real first Christmas, its added traditions, and its implications for us today. You'll leave saying, "I love, Christmas. Christmas changed my life!"
Date: November 19, 2017 Text: 1 Cor. 14:1-25 Speaker: Clint Nelson People who love others give the best gifts! Paul reminds the church to reorient our motives and learn that the best gifts from Heaven.
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Date: November 5, 2017 Text: 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 Speaker: Clint Nelson In Paul's famous description of Christian love he describes the place, the look and the destination of love.
Date: October 29, 2017 Text: 1 Cor. 12:27-31 Speaker: Clint Nelson Every member of the church is a minister and every minister has a ministry. What ministry is Jesus calling you to and what might he be preparing in you as you faithfully conduct your current ministry assignment?
We exist to train our children in the ministry of Jesus. “We will not hide these truths from our children; we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the LORD, about his power and his mighty wonders.” PSALM 78:4 (NLT) Our children will have a personal relationship with Jesus. Every child will.... See their teachers live the faith; hear and be invited to receive the Gospel; Know that God’s Spirit lives in His kids; Know that following Jesus is a life of faith; Know that we are to become more like Jesus; Know that God’s will is good; Know that God is holy and gracious; and Know the love of God. Our children will know they are loved by their church family. Every child will... See their teachers love them; Know that they have a lot of adults in [...]
The issue of how to care for children while pursuing career has been with us for many decades. We know what parents prefer: 76% of Canadians believe it is best for children under six to be at home with at least one parent. If parents cannot be home, they prefer options closest to the home environment, starting with relatives, then a neighbourhood home daycare, followed by other arrangements. The last choice for their children is centre-based daycare. Yet the same issue remains regardless of what form of care we must use, be it relatives, small neighbourhood daycares, a nanny, family members or centre-based care. How do we successfully pursue and maintain good attachment for small children? What does good attachment even mean? This article offers suggestions in response to these questions. READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE: https://www.cardus.ca/research/family/5144/six-ways-to-maintain-attachment-when-using-daycare/
Date: October 22, 2017 Text: Various Speaker: Catherine Dagneau The audio quality for this message is very poor. Sorry for the inconvenience. A faith that is alive is growing. How do we grow our faith? Catherine shares three immediate spaces we can move to that will bring about a growing faith.
Date: October 15, 2017 Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 Speaker: Clint Nelson Because of our design every thing we do has an impact on every other human being. When one suffers we all suffer and when one is honoured we all rejoice.