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The world of the generous gets larger and larger!
We minister to kids. We preach to them. Teach them. Train them. And we use them in ministry.
Pastor Rudy Bropleh uses 2 Kings 13:22-23 to emphasize three key points that tells from the grace of God flows the mercy of God. Point 1 - God's grace is a marvelous grace. God will come right into the middle of our situation and say enough is enough and redeem me. Point 2 - God's grace is a magnificent grace. God's grace is always available to us and enables our little vision to become great. Our ability to live a significant life is dependent upon God's grace. Point 3 - God's grace is a mighty grace. God's grace continues to rescue us when it isn't deserved
How do we renew our cities? By learning what it means to be a neighbor. Jesus gives us a beautiful example of what renewal really looks like and the kind of investment it takes to truly answer the question, "What does it mean to be a neighbor?" Renewal takes effort, it takes commitment, and it's impossible to do well. It takes Jesus to show us what it means to be a neighbor, Jesus to fulfill the requirement to be a good neighbor and the Spirit to enable us to emulate His example.
This is the recording of the vision and financial meeting for 2013. We discuss the overall vision of the church, the Audio Video Campaing as well as 2012 spending and the 2013 budget.
This week we look at the new command given by Jesus that we are to love one another, but not merely to love one another, but to love one another 'like Jesus loved us.' This not only totally raises the call, but also tells us that we aren't to love one another based on our feelings, our experiences or how culture tells us to love, but how Jesus loves us. It tells us that how Jesus loves is our basis and our plumb line. What a beautiful way to love. in addition to the beautiful call to love, we also learn that we aren't left alone, that we have been given the Helper, the Holy Spirit to lead us. What a sweet gift.
As disciples, we're called to follow the master and create more disciples to grow a Gospel community. It is our privilege and responsibility to serve the body.