Pastor Jack Miller Message Series: Sharing Jesus Without Panicking…Developing a “Witness Life” Today’s message: For God So Loved The World That He… Acts 1:8; Acts 4:18-20 September 10, 2017 Download Now
Just a reminder that we will have AWANA and Jr. High Morph tomorrow even though there is no school. It is not a weather-related closure, so we will still have AWANA and Jr. High Youth Group. Prayer meeting will also meet at it's normal time. ... See more
Yesterday we encouraged you to reflect on the names of God and how you have seen God work in your life in that way. Today, reflect on what attribute of God you are most thankful for in your life and why. May God encourage your heart as you reflect on Him. ... See more
This shoebox for a 10-14 year-old boy isn't just filled with tools—it's a tool all its own to share God's love!
Did you know? One of our greatest needs is shoebox gifts for boys 10-14. Tools packed in these shoeboxes can help move young boys ahead on their journey to becoming independent and self-sufficient.
View our full list of gift suggestions here: http://sampur.se/pack-a-ShoeBox-bless-a-Child. ... See more
Love this testimony!
Hi! I'm Luis from Kentucky! The day before I received my shoebox I was begging my mom to buy supplies so I could go to school. My mom said, "I can't. I don't have the money but if you want you can pray." I was 6 and in Panama in 1996 you couldn't go to school if you didn't have school supplies. So I knelt and I talked to God like He was in front of me. I asked for school supplies and the very next day I was invited to a church for a special event. That's where I received my shoebox! I opened the lid and inside were crayons, a pencil sharpener, pencils, and notebooks. I could go to school!!!! Inside the shoebox was also a letter that said "Jesus loves you, and I love you, too." That message broke my heart immediately. To receive that letter allowed me to see the spiritual message behind the box. We were nonbelievers and the shoebox helped us understand that God answers prayers. My mom said, “Now I know that God is real.” Because someone took a moment to write down “Jesus loves you and I do too,” it allowed me to see that even though I didn’t have a father and even though I don’t have a perfect life, He’s there for me. I lived in the ghetto. We didn’t have anything. I was hopeless. The shoebox allowed me to understand that God cared for me.
Today I don’t have the pencils but I have something that is more important because the Bible says, “the word of the Lord remains forever” (1 Peter 1:25, ESV). #ipackedashoebox because I know the power these simple gifts have. Will you join me? #ShoeboxRecipientTakeover ... See more
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