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3 Minute Video: https://fb.watch/fRUdZYwasC/ Christians seem to differ on their practical understanding of the Holy Spirit. Some describe the Holy Spirit as though they are boldly shouting. Others refer to him as though they are cautiously whispering. Still others seemingly overlook him by emphasizing Father, Son, and Holy Bible. The Holy Spirit, however, is a person, not a force, not an it. The Holy Spirit is God. Our Statement of Faith summarizes: “The Holy Spirit is a divine person (John 14:16-18), sent to indwell,

Three Minute Video: https://fb.watch/fO-Sn173Q4/ If it’s challenging to describe God in one sentence, it’s more challenging to describe Jesus Christ. Our Statement of Faith takes six sentences. I’ve separated and titled these six sentences and added a brief explanation. His identity: “Jesus Christ is the true God and true man (Philippians 2:6-11).” In Jesus Christ, God became a human being without ceasing to be God. Dietrich Bonhoeffer observed: “If Jesus Christ is not true God, how could he help us? If he is

VIDEO 3-MINUTES - https://fb.watch/fJp7luGorY/   A mother found her young son drawing a pencil sketch. When she asked what he was doing, he answered promptly and with considerable pride, “I am drawing a picture of God.” His mother gasped, “But you cannot do that. No one knows what God looks like.” “Well,” the little boy replied confidently, “when I get through, they will.” The topic of God seems so simple. Yet it may be one of the hardest to talk about. Volumes could be said. Theological

3-MINUTE VIDEO LINK: https://fb.watch/fGb4BPRw_h/   A recent Christianity Today article (September 19, 2022) detailed how adults in the U.S. are moving away from orthodox understandings of God and his Word year after year. For example, the percentage who agree that “the Bible, like all sacred writings, contains helpful accounts of ancient myths but is not literally true” has increased in the past seven years. In their survey, five of the most common mistaken beliefs held by evangelical Christians are: (1) Jesus isn’t the only

Where do you live most of your life? In the past, the present, or the future? A senior adult might think most about the past. They remember the good old days. When they look at their personal future, they see how short it is. They don’t want to think about that. A young person might think most about the future. “After I graduate. After I get a job. After I get married. After I have children.” Their thinking in the present is

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