It's a well-known passage in Malachi 3. God says, "Test me. Give generously and then watch as I open the 'flood gates' of heaven!" Do you believe that? Do you think God wants to ruin your life or make it better? Give your life to Jesus, and you will discover that you are richer than you think. During this service we will celebrate the baptism of Milo Tom Bouwman, baby boy of Calvin and Renée. Sunday, November 3, 10 a.m.
We continue our sermon series, "Sunday Mornings." What we do on Sunday morning is called the Liturgy. And it is work! It's the work of the people. This Sunday we look at the uses of God's law and see how the law is so much more than "the law." We turn to Malachi 2: 10-17. We will also acknowledge that next week is Reformation Day. Join us for worship, Sunday, October 27, 10 a.m.
Sunday mornings are all about remembering - we remember Jesus' Sunday morning resurrection every week. And when we get to the sermon, we remember that we worship and Awesome God, we remember to preach from the Bible, we remember that our Character goes beyond Sunday morning, and we remember to feed on God's word, as regularly as we eat Dinner (ABCD!). We continue reading from Malachi 2. During this service we also celebrate the sacrament of baptism: Adelaide Ryann Beishuizen, baby daughter of Roy and Laura. Oct 20, 10 a.m.
Join us for worship on Sunday morning when Prof Al Wolters brings the message from Luke 19: "Out of the Blue He Called my Name!" Then on Monday, we gather again. I'll be bringing a thanksgiving message from II Corinthians 9: "You will be enriched in every way so that..." Both services are at 10 a.m. On Sunday, I will lead in the celebration of the Lord's Supper.
The king and queen are coming to Downton! That announcement sums up the entire premise of the movie, Downton Abbey. We have received s similar announcement. The King is coming! In preparation for that event, we have work to do. Micah the prophet issues a harsh warning for us: That 'good enough' isn't good enough. Join us on Sunday morning, Oct 6, for our sermon series, "Sunday Morning."