On Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, Jesus taught us from Mark 12:28-34 that our love for God must have a chain reaction to a love for our neighbors. Augustine's sermon on “Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself” expresses the connection between the first and second greatest commandments beautifully. "Now you love yourself suitably when you love God... Continue Reading →
I remember hearing a story of a father whose little daughter wanted to play while he worked in the driveway. "Dad," she asked, "can I run up and down the sidewalk?" "OK, Honey," Dad replied. "Just stay on our street and don't go past the corner." Sure enough, the little girl ran straight down the... Continue Reading →
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What are the implications of "God with us," as we consider the threats, trials, and temptations of this world?
This is a simple tool to help you pray, as you participate in Jesus' mission to seek and save the lost.
Grasping the things of this world not only enslaves us to this world, but it prevents us from receiving the gifts of heaven.
One-2-One is simply meeting regularly and intentionally with another person to pray, read the Bible, and discuss what you have read as you build a Christ-focused relationship with each other.
Note: "Prepare for Sunday Gathered" is a weekly message we send out to help our congregation prepare to worship together on Sunday. It is also available on our webpage: http://www.fcbcnh.org