On Monday, we introduced the vertical spoke of "the Word" with 2 Timothy 3:16. How are you doing storing up that verse of Scripture in your heart? Today, we look at a second verse, Joshua 1:8 from the Old Testament. For context, we are asked to read Joshua 1:6-9, but first let's think about what... Continue Reading →
Note: This is part of the 2019 Topical Memory System challenge. We'd love to have you join us! As I wrote Monday, it can be easy to substitute legalism for obedience, and in a series from two years ago, I suggested that legalism comes in the form of four traps: brinksmanship, rigorism, hopelessness, and hypocrisy.... Continue Reading →
A survey by LifeWay indicated that 90% of "regular church-goers" in the United States agreed with the statement "I desire to please and honor Jesus in all I do." That is wonderful. But that same survey indicated that only about 1 in 5 of those same respondents read their Bible daily, and 2 in 5... Continue Reading →
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
We believe witness involves both telling and showing. How do you show your faith as an individual Christ-follower, or as a group or congregation of Christ's disciples? We'd love to hear your stories!
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Pat said that we are all slaves to sin. He challenged us to do the following things: Think of a sin that is enslaving you, the one which has the heaviest chains on your life. Prayerfully read a chapter of 2nd Timothy each day for four days this week. Write down... Continue Reading →