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Dan Mitchum - November 27, 2022

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Dan Mitchum - September 11, 2022

Seasons of Affection

Scientists from the University of Oregon claim to have invented a mind-reading machine that visualizes a person’s thoughts. Supposedly, we no longer have to wonder what other people are thinking. The inventors also say the machine can reveal what people really think of us. That doesn’t sound like a good idea, does it? Aren’t some thoughts best kept secret? There is only One whose every thought about us is worth knowing. And we don’t need a machine to read His mind. Psalm 139 reveals what God really thinks about us. This amazing psalm assures us that God’s thoughts about us are filled with affection. He loves and adores us. Join us tomorrow as we discover the joy of God’s amazing love for us.

Scripture References: Psalms 139:1-24

From Series: "Seasons of the Soul"

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Dan Mitchum - September 11, 2022

Seasons of Affection

Scientists from the University of Oregon claim to have invented a mind-reading machine that visualizes a person’s thoughts. Supposedly, we no longer have to wonder what other people are thinking. The inventors also say the machine can reveal what people really think of us. That doesn’t sound like a good idea, does it? Aren’t some thoughts best kept secret? There is only One whose every thought about us is worth knowing. And we don’t need a machine to read His mind. Psalm 139 reveals what God really thinks about us. This amazing psalm assures us that God’s thoughts about us are filled with affection. He loves and adores us. Join us tomorrow as we discover the joy of God’s amazing love for us.

Scripture References: Psalms 139:1-24

From Series: "Seasons of the Soul"

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