Timothy Keller, “Making Sense of God - An Invitation to the Skeptical.”

Timothy Keller, “Making Sense of God - An Invitation to the Skeptical.” Tim Keller can speak gospel common sense to the closed, skeptical, post-modern mind. He achieves this by listening deeply and reading widely the secular intellectuals themselves. He knows how they think and shows the flaws and the real-life empty consequences of their thinking. It is a golden road, paved with good intentions that leads to nowhere. The brightest secular postmoderns cannot answer the basic issues of real human life. But true Christianity does. Hidden in the background of Keller’s approach is pre-suppositional apologetics. He listens in order to discern the foundational commitments of one’s worldwiew

Session Summary December 2016

Your elders met in Session and began with prayer and a short devotion. We approved a timetable to implement our new Ministry Team Structure. We will recruit and train coaches in January, identity and train ministry leaders in February, and educate the congregation in March, and then implement the changes in April. We discussed budget issues, potential new officers and the watch-care elder list. We interviewed a candidate for a possible pastoral intern position with an emphasis on youth ministry. We erased 18 former members from the rolls. Many have moved away years ago and a few are no longer attending with us. We prayed for the needs of the congregation.

Why Should Christians Be Part of a Local Church Family?

There are 10 primary reasons why a Christian should become a vitally active part of a local church family. We will examine half of them today, and half tomorrow. 1 Salvation means forgiveness and new life in the community of the Spirit on mission with Jesus. Salvation is not merely a personal relationship with Jesus that allows us to go to heaven when we die. It is also a communal relationship with the church to live on mission for Jesus’ kingdom in this life. And the kingdom begins its reign in the church. 2 Being a Christian means being a Jesus follower, a disciple. His call to “follow me” means come join a group of disciples who together are the people of God. The New Testament uses colle

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