Tim Chester describes the kingdom of God as “God’s people, in God’s place, living under God’s rule.” It began with Adam and Eve in the Garden, enjoying the unrivaled beauty of Eden, living in relational harmony with one another, and experiencing unbroken fellowship with God.
This Sunday we will continue our series in the book of Galatians. Before jumping back into our study, I thought it might be fun to reacquaint ourselves with the storyline of Galatians so far.
More people think about spiritual things during the Easter season than any other time of the year. There is no better time to have a spiritual conversation with a neighbor or invite a friend to join you for Easter services.
For years Christ Church has been known as Fellowship Bible Church. We have enjoyed the rich heritage of being a part of the Fellowship Family of Churches and we love everything the name communicates—“We are (and always will be) a fellowship of believers who are deeply committed ...
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then baptism is one of the most profound pictures in the New Testament.
The moment we came to faith in Christ, everything changed. We did far more than embrace a new belief system or adopt a new life style, we entered an entirely new realm.