Monthly Archives: November 2016

Good Reads 11.30.16 (on: family, worship, prayer, and more!)

Here is a collection of good reads gathered from across the internet this past week. Enjoy! On prayer and family: Praying for Your Children by Gregory Harris Part of my answer to those who asked me about raising our children would … Continue reading

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Sunday 11.27.16 (the Jesus-centered life)

This Sunday we’ll take a look at Psalm 127 and see how following Jesus impacts our work, rest, and family. Then Sunday night at 7pm, we’ll gather with other churches from town at Adrian Christian Church for the annual Ministerial … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Wishing you a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ~Your friends at the Adrian First Baptist Church I give thanks, O Lord, with all my heart. -Psalm 138:1

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Good Reads 11.23.16 (on thanksgiving, prayer, and church)

Here is a collection of good reads gathered from across the internet this past week. Enjoy! On Thanksgiving: Look Through the Lens of Thanksgiving by Vaneetha Rendall Risner Counting my blessings may be arduous at first, an act of taxing … Continue reading

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What joy! (a meditation)

This week we celebrate Thanksgiving. We always risk the danger of being distracted with football and Black Friday savings, but if we slow down and ponder the things we should be thankful for, then we will understand the true meaning … Continue reading

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What about him? (a meditation)

Imagine for a moment that you were the apostle Peter. After insisting that you would never deny Jesus, you vehemently declared that you were not Jesus’ follower and had never met the man, after Jesus was arrested to be crucified. … Continue reading

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Let us go to the house of the Lord! (a meditation)

God gives his people a joyous desire to meet together. We see this expressed in David’s words from Psalm 122: I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord!” -Psalm 122:1 The … Continue reading

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