Sunday Meditations

 

At first glance sowing seems to be a waste. You take perfectly good seed, which could be used for food, and you throw it onto the ground to rot. Yet eons of human experience tell us that this discarded seed should yield, in time, thirty, sixty, or a hundredfold. It’s just the same with sowing to the Spirit. “He who sows to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting” (Gal. 6:8). We deny ourselves, sacrifice, and extend ourselves in service to others without any certain knowledge that our efforts won’t be so much wasted, decaying seed. We take up our cross on which we crucify our fleshly desires and worldly hopes in the expectation that “in due season,” like hopeful farmers, “we will reap if we faint not.” At harvest time does the farmer miss his seed-corn?  Will we regret any self-denial in the day of our reward?      
                                 Blessings, Richard Kirby


 

 

     

 

 

 


 

SUNDAY SERMON

March 29: Youth Service & Meal
April 5: Alan Henderson




Upcoming Events

March 28: 5pm free hotdogs
Community praise night@ 6pm

March 29: Youth Service & "Believer's Bistro" lunch
April 5: Easter Service 9:30am & Egg Hunt 11:30am

 

Sunday

Worship: 9:30 am
Bible Class for all ages:
10:45 am - 11:30 am



Tuesday

Men's Prayer group 7am
Ladies Bible study
10:30am

Wednesday
Classes: 7:00 pm
Childcare & classes for all ages