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We continue our series in Genesis by moving to chapter 3 and the story of SIN. There is much to learn here about the nature of sin and God’s plan to cover our sin. One of the worst results of sin is separation. Please read the chapter in preparation for worship.
This weekend is the story of the creation of man and woman which is still so important for us today! We will explore the purpose of man, his place in the world, and also the critical role of his partner, woman.
We begin an eleven-week study of the Book of Genesis and see what God tells us about origins, sin, the flood and the nations. This week is chapter one and the creation story.
I prepared an “I ASKED FOR IT” sermon where I can share with you what I believe is the focus and direction of ECC but also suggest your involvement. It has been interesting for me to put this on paper and I look forward to sharing it.
We conclude the You Asked for It series by looking at the Scriptures. I had numerous questions about trusting the Bible to be God’s Word, which translation of the Bible to use, and how to study the Bible for yourself. I will try to answer these questions in one message as we deal with…
We continue the You Asked for It series by responding to five different requests concerning the Song of Songs. We will look at the various ways the book has been understood and also try to understand the value of the book today.
This weekend we will learn from Paul’s journey to Athens how we may effectively witness to people of other religions. With a focus on Islam, we will be reminded of the beauty of God’s salvation through the sacrifice of His one and only Son.
....We continue our YOU ASKED FOR IT SERIES by looking at the topic of cremation, afterlife and judgment. It doesn’t sound too upbeat, but I think you’ll find it helpful, even to answer others when they ask a question.
We continue the You Asked for It series by trying to answer about nine questions dealing with God’s forgiveness, self-forgiveness, and the topic of eternal security. We will also end the service with Holy Communion.
We begin our YOU ASKED FOR IT series by trying to answer the question, “What do we believe as a church?” In January of this year I asked for topics and questions for this summer series. I received more than 130 responses. When I began to group them, I realized that many were asking…