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Pastor’s Notes – August 6th, 2017

As we continue looking at the first Chapter of 1 Timothy, a closer examination of the fruit of “different doctrine” as opposed to “sound doctrine” is in order.  Last week we talked mostly about why Holy Spirit had to focus so much attention, not only in this letter to Timothy, but in just about all of the letters of the… Read more →

Pastor’s Notes – July 30th, 2017

As we begin our study of First Timothy, we see Paul instructing Timothy to “remain at Ephesus so that you may charge certain persons not to teach any different doctrine.”  The false teachers that had come into Ephesus were the primary reason that Paul sent Timothy.  Paul and Barnabas, then Silas, Timothy, Luke, Titus and gradually more and more faithful… Read more →

Pastor’s Notes – July 23rd, 2017

Pastor’s Notes this week: This week we will begin our study through First and Second Timothy.  There are many things that we could discuss by way of introduction, but I will limit this morning’s message to three: Who was Timothy; Why should we study First and Second Timothy; and What are the major issues that Paul addresses?  Pray for us… Read more →

Pastor’s Notes – July 16th, 2017

During our Soccer Bible Camp this week, we have been telling the children about the Kingdom of Heaven through some of Jesus’ Kingdom parables.  The title of the study package from Children Desiring God is “Things Hidden: A Study for Children on Kingdom Parables,” because, as Jesus said, for very many, “seeing they do not see and hearing they do… Read more →

Pastor’s Notes – July 9, 2017

We turn this week to Luke 18, focusing primarily on verses 15-17, but looking at these words of our Saviour Jesus Christ in the context of the larger picture, asking “Who enters the Kingdom of God, and how?”   This is what Luke has recorded for us in verses 15-17: 15 Now they were bringing even infants to Him that He… Read more →