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Shepherd’s Corner – November 10, 2019

Next week’s newcomer’s luncheon is something we do every trimester (every 4 months). I’m thankful that we are able to welcome and greet new people to our ministry. If you’ve joined us during the past 3 months, welcome! And I want to encourage our current members to reach out and sit with a new person for at least 4 weeks. Sit with…

Shepherd’s Corner – November 3, 2019

Last Thursday we had a chance to be a witness to our community. There weren’t many that were able to make it to go door to door to hand out mugs and invite the neighborhood to church and Hallelujah Night, but there were many that came to help out with Hallelujah Night to setup and to break down all the booths. I’m…

Shepherd’s Corner – october 27, 2019

Today is Reformation Sunday. It’s the annual reminder of the stand that was made for the Church to remember that God’s word ought to be our only authority for our understanding of salvation and faith (Sola Scriptura); that it is only by God’s grace we are saved (Sola Gratia) and not by the payment of indulgences, which only requires faith (Sola Fide)…

Shepherd’s Corner – october 20, 2019

The last two weeks brought us big Old Testament days of Yom Kippur and Sukkot. I remember when living in New York City, these days were easily recognizable because the schools had those days off since there are many Jewish communities in NYC. Sukkot is translated as Feast of Booths or Tabernacles. It is a week long observance of the harvest and…

Shepherd’s Corner – october 13, 2019

As we start our series on the first 11 chapters of Genesis, I look forward to us thinking about the beginning. It is said it helps to know where you came from in order to know where you’re going. So I hope that these next several weeks through Genesis will help us to have a deeper appreciation of our purposeful God and…

Shepherd’s Corner – october 6, 2019

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:16-17 states the key to being well equipped and trained for righteousness and good work. And that’s the word of God. As we have now concluded the…

Shepherd’s Corner – September 29, 2019

In case you did not get a chance to read the article send this past week, take a read below: “Evangelism is a biblical mandate for every Christian. Yet you find it difficult, don’t you? So do it. The thought of standing on some street corner with a megaphone or knocking on some random person’s door frightens the daylights out of me!…