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Jason McGuire with NYers for Constitutional Freedoms and Mike Geer with the Pa Family Institute talk about casino expansion, the common core and the PA gubernatorial care.
We continue in a long line of people who have gone before us, sacrificing to pass on the good news of Jesus Christ. Now we sacrifice to make disciples. (how expansion helps us make more disciples)
We come from a courageous people, and we will carry on the history of courageously spreading the gospel. It's time for us to take our next big faith step. Join the MVMT.
Jason McGuire with NYers for Constitutional Freedoms and Michael Geer with the PA Family institute discuss abortion expansion and irs abuses on this week's Capital Connection
The church resumes it's trek through Acts, beginning a new series entitled "Out of the Box" and picks up where we left off, with the Gospel expanding outward from Judea into Samaria, proving one thing about God's movement Gospel message - "You Can't Contain It."
Today, after only two years, we are celebrating the completion of this project, and before we get into our brief treatment of 1 Peter 2, I thought it would be good just to remind all of us how we got here. The historical works of God are important.
Do you feel like it's time to expand? What else does God have for you in this life? Find out how to find out the Will of the Father by following the example of the Son.
The Philippians serve as a model for us of a joyful partnership in the gospel. A significant aspect of this partnership was their giving to support Paul's ministry and to provide for the needs of the church in Jerusalem. This partnership met practical needs, helped to cultivate a unity in the gospel, and required sacrifice on their part.
Phil gives an update on the expansion project at the beginning of its third and final year, setting out the opportunities that lie before us in this last year. We see that our giving serves as an encouragement to others, an investment in the future, and a sacrifice to God. In addition, we can draw encouragement from the fact that God is our loving and caring Father who will provide for all of our needs.