The beauty of our modern age is that we can continue to be nourished and fed in a variety of times and places. So, whether you are a regular attendee of our services, a home-bound follower of Christ, or a person from a distant land looking for guidance, we want to provide some additional resources for your spiritual journey. We hope that the material below will be useful to you as you seek more information or as you seek for a midweek refresher. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.
READ THE BIBLE
There are many excellent Bible resources online, but one standout resource is Bible Gateway. Use their website to search easily for specific passages, to read a variety of translations, or even to receive daily Bible verses and devotional thoughts. Outside of church services, they are a great way to get a little more out of your Bible.
Each Sunday morning we have an article in the bulletin designed to be a short reflection on Scripture. Of course, it can be easy to misplace the bulletin, forget to grab one, or otherwise miss the opportunity to read it. No more! Those articles now are posted online for you to read whenever you would like. Read the latest, or go through the archives to find one which really impacted you.
The Kingdom of God is vast and filled with many, wonderfully talented Christians offering their services to God. As Paul mentions in 1 Corinthians, we all have gifts which we share for the building up of the Body of Christ (1 Cor 14:26). So, we encourage you to check out the words of one such Christian who shares his insights from the Bible in his blog: David Gibson.
When we read our Bible, we are reading words written in a different time and place to people in a different culture. This means that things sometimes can become "lost in translation," as it were, making it difficult for us to understand what they meant. Our very own Frazier Conley has written a short book in an attempt to understand better the role and nature of the Holy Spirit.