New Members Class

We are just beginning a new members class for adults during the Sunday School hour. The goal is to deepen our faith and sweeten our fellowship and service within our local body of Christ. We will be studying "Presbytopia: What it Means to Be Presbyterian," by Ken Golden. See Pastor Mark for a copy of the book. We hope to see you next Sunday morning at 9:15am in the Agape room.

Session Summary February 2018

Your session met on February 5th while Ted and Sharon Kuhn were serving on the other side of the world. We had two schools requesting the use of our facilities beginning this fall. We declined the request from Savannah River Academy because it would displace all our weekday ministries. We accepted the request from Classical Conversations to meet here on either Monday or Friday. We filled our pulpit once in March and twice in June while Pastor Mark is away. Reports were received on two new discipleship initiatives that are just beginning. We discussed shepherding concerns. The Care and Concern Team proposal was edited and approved. The special giving request for the welcome booth and t

Westminster 10:3

God has wrapped some things in a cloud of mystery. We dare not venture into the darkness of such mysteries with the feeble light of our speculations, but must rest content in the beams of light shining from the Word. One such mystery is God's purpose in the death of those mentally incapable of understanding the gospel, whether infants or adults. We cannot say that such persons are sinless. David confessed that he was in sin from the moment of his conception in his mother's womb (Ps. 51:5). Sinners go astray from their infancy, showing their inward corruption even in early childhood by speaking lies (Ps. 58:3). Nor can we say that they are free from guilt, for their death shows that they are

Disciples Making Disciples

Paul writes with a great deal of passion in 2 Timothy. He is in prison, on trial, and expecting death. Paul writes to Timothy, his son in the faith, and the one that must fill his shoes, about the things that matter most. His great concern is for the church to continue to prosper after Paul’s departure. Paul is writing his last will and testament in 2 Timothy. His great concern is for the health of the church. One of the things that Paul stresses is discipleship. Timothy, like Paul had done, must teach others the truth so that they would teach others the truth, and they others, etc. This is discipleship squared. 2 Timothy 2:1-2, “You then, my child, be strengthened by the grace that is

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