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How to Change the World, Pt. 3

In the last entry it was proposed that mankind was created by God primarily for worship. Where do we get this idea?

From the first pages of the Bible we find that God created Adam, the first man, for worship. That is, Adam’s job and the purpose of his being was to glorify his creator by obeying Him and communing with Him and listening to His word and following it. And Adam was given a liturgical helper, Eve, who would worship with him. Out of their worship and obedience together would flow their dominion over the whole earth. God gave them children who they were to train up to be worshipers. They were to fill the earth with a race of worshipers and that purpose and calling do not change after the Fall. Read more

How to Change the World Pt. 2

The statement “worship changes the world” strikes most Christians as a ridiculous proposition, because for most Christians attendance at worship is not a priority. It is secondary. It is non-essential. It is not perceived to be necessary for their lives, or their salvation. It is something that is okay to do, if you feel like it benefits you. Sure the church offers opportunities for fellowship and service and gives you connections in the community.

We think, preaching is okay, if it grabs your interest, but you can get that anywhere – radio, internet, television. Worship helps us along in our Christian life, a little bit. But it isn’t like it’s the end of the world if we miss it. It really is nice when you need it, but it has very little to do with our spiritual health. That’s what our quiet time is for. That’s what our private devotion is for. That’s how our thinking typically goes. Read more

Upcoming Events

Lord’s Day Service

August 24, 2014 9:30 am

Prayer Meeting and Heidelberg catechism study

August 27, 2014 7:00 pm

Lord’s Day Service

August 31, 2014 9:30 am

Prayer Meeting and Heidelberg catechism study

September 3, 2014 7:00 pm

Lord’s Day Service

September 7, 2014 9:30 am

Lessons in Conquest: Recovery After a Major Setback – Duane Garner

Israel’s defeat at Ai, is as central and as a defining moment for the nation as their victory at Jericho. And now we see the next step, returning to the point of their defeat to boldly move forward in faithfulness and obedience from that point on. 
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Lessons in Conquest: Sin and Setbacks – Duane Garner

It is almost impossible for us to think about the victory of the people of God at the great walls of Jericho without our minds immediately running to their subsequent defeat at the tiny little outpost of Ai. Joshua 7 opens with the striking statement that one man who disobeyed God’s command not to take any Read more

Lessons in Conquest: Worship and Warfare – Duane Garner

Joshua is a book about warfare, but it is not anything like any other historical account of a war. The book of Joshua describes very little about the actual combat, because the point of this book is not that Israel defeats the nations with the best swordsmen or the best horsemen or the most cunning military strategy. What is underscored in the book of Joshua time and again is that Israel’s enemies are defeated because she trusts in Yahweh who is the mighty warrior of Israel. Read more