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Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 18, 2018
If you were at NSC, this past Sunday, you heard Moses’ conversation with God in chapters 3 and 4. In this dialogue, Moses asks two very pertinent questions for each of our lives.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 11, 2018
If you were at NSC, this past Sunday, you heard Moses’ conversation with God in chapters 3 and 4. In this dialogue, Moses asks two very pertinent questions for each of our lives
Written by: Al Letkeman on: April 9, 2018
The sight on the shores of the Red Sea, must have been something to behold. Scholars estimate the number of those coming through the sea, may have been over 2 million people
Written by: Al Letkeman on: March 28, 2018
Looking back on Palm Sunday, the day that ushers in Holy Week, it’s rather intriguing to meditate upon the reality that the God of the universe rode into Jerusalem on a lowly donkey.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: March 22, 2018
Seems each week, as we share through our community prayer time, we get a glimpse into our lives as individuals and as a body. Often we hear of much joy, and many times we hear of many struggles and the painful reality of our lives and what we walk through, either personally or alongside others.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: March 15, 2018
As I sat and read through the book of Exodus last week, I became keenly aware of the tendency within me, to defend God, while missing the sheer wonder of His grace and mercy.
Written by: Andy Porter on: March 7, 2018
My friend described a number of "social" programs that were happening at the location. I acknowledged that those programs sounded very worthwhile. I explained, however, that I was thinking of "gospel" ministry where the gospel is a proclaimed life-saving message. I was surprised by my friend's response. He quoted Francis of Assisi: "Preach the gospel at all times. Use words if necessary". I think my friend sensed my disappointment.
Written by: Andy Porter on: February 28, 2018
On Sunday we considered that the motivation for obedience to the rules that Paul gives in Colossians chapter 3 is two-fold.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: February 21, 2018
“Who do you say I am?” A question that we all have to wrestle with, as did Peter and the disciples the day that Jesus asked them this penetrating question, in Matthew 16.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: February 15, 2018
If you were in church on Sunday, you heard the quote from Wendy Alsup, where she writes “If you know what God created in perfection, you will begin to recognize it when you see it in redemption”. The more I reflect on this thought, and the dance you and I are called into as men and women, husbands and wives for the glory of God, the more significant it becomes.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: January 31, 2018
Martial Artist, Bruce Lee apparently said at one point in his life “I fear not the man that has practiced 10,000 kicks once - I fear the man that has practiced one kick 10,000 times”. Someone so well versed in one kick, would be a very dangerous opponent.
Written by: Andy Porter on: January 25, 2018
In Colossians 3:1-4, the apostle Paul lays out some stunning truths. And although his words are very clear there is still a tremendous sense of mystery to them.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: January 17, 2018
Sunday, as we walked through Colossians 2:16-23 we were both encouraged and warned by Paul’s words. Asking the church at Colossae, why they’d settle for mere shadows of religion, when the reality of the gospel is found in Christ alone.
Written by: Al Letkeman on: January 10, 2018
As we begin the dawn of another new year, with the beginning still fresh in our mind, I want to simply direct you to one question to ponder. Perhaps a question to reflect on, as you think of what you wish to pursue in the year ahead.
Written by: Andy Porter on: January 3, 2018
What are your goals for 2018? At the AIM fall supper, Dr. Grant Richison spoke about the mindset of William Carey. When we travel to India and Bangladesh it is remarkable how many of our Christian brothers and sisters speak about William Carey like their spiritual grandfather.