“By Christ all things were created in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible,
whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities – all things
were created through him and for him.”
Sermon Series: Worship
What is true worship according to the Book? How are we to worship in all areas of our lives? In our current series, we look into what God has to say about man’s ultimate reason for being.
As a church, we believe we should store up the word of God in our minds and our hearts. Visit the Bible Memory page for this month’s memory passage.
Childcare & Preschool
The gospel is as relevant to a child as it is
Scripture Songs: Galatians 3:24-29
This month’s memory passage is Galatians 3:24-29. Often, setting words to a tune helps to ingrain the words in the mind. This song may be a great tool for you in your Bible memorization.
The Five Solas
Did the reformation matter? What does it mean to be protestant? What is an evangelical? Many Christians are wholly unaware of our doctrinal heritage and the hard-fought battles to hold on to the gospel.
The evidence for this is that many Evangelical churches today are increasingly dominated by the spirit of this age rather than by the Spirit of Christ. Yet historic evangelicalism was confessional. It embraced the essential truths of Christianity as those that were defined by the great ecumenical councils of the church. In addition, evangelicals also shared a common heritage in the “solas” of the sixteenth century Protestant Reformation. Today the light of the Reformation has been significantly dimmed. Because of this crisis and because of our love of Christ, his gospel and his church, we endeavor to assert anew our commitment to the central truths of the Reformation and of historic evangelicalism. These truths we affirm not because of their role in our traditions, but because we believe that they are central to the Bible.*
And so we have just completed a series of messages on the five solas of the Reformation to once again affirm “we believe that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone; as revealed in scripture alone, to the glory of God alone.”
*(Aspects of the above statement are from “The Cambridge Declaration” Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, April 20, 1996)