IMPACT-84 2016 God is Omnipresent I Kings 8:27 “But will God indeed dwell on the earth? Behold, heaven and the heaven of heavens cannot contain You. How much less this temple which I have built!” “According to the NASA web site, traveling at the same speed of “the 3-day-trip time that it took the Apollo spacecraft to reach the moon, it would take over 900 thousand years” to reach the nearest star.” Just how “big” is your God?
Please click on the following for information on our 43rd Homecoming. We trust that many of our friends will join us as we celebrate God’s faithfulness and goodness over these past 43 years. 2016 HOMECOMING FLYER Web
Beam 05 May 2016 Grief, Finding Hope in the Darkness, Part 2 Grief: Finding Hope in the Darkness (Part 2) By Paul David Tripp. “It is never useless to cry out to Him. He has the power to bring hope and rest to your soul in ways you could never conceive. God, in His grace, has assigned this job to Himself.”
IMPACT-79 2016 God is Gracious At age 82, John Newton, the author of Amazing Grace, said, ‘My memory is nearly gone, but I remember two things, that I am a great sinner, and that Christ is a great Savior.” Amen! We all are great sinners, and, indeed, Christ is a great Savior!
IMPACT-78 2016 God is Righteous and Just “His ways and works are both worthy to be praised. Jehovah cannot be unjust or impure. In the salvation of his people he is as righteous and holy as in any other of his ways and works: he has not manifested mercy at the expense of justice.” Charles Spurgeon
Reflections of Grace There is no greater source than the Scriptures to offered encouragement to believers. May God use the passages and thoughts in Reflections of Grace to encourage you and yours! [Click on the title to open the document.]
We live in a day of bumper-sticker slogans. Some are amusing and elicit a chuckle from us; others are repugnant and disgusting. Some are downright dangerous, such as Question Authority. Of course all of us have trouble with authority at times. But questioning authority—even resisting it—seems to have been elevated to a national virtue. It is spreading like a virus throughout our society.