God calls his people from the nations. They weren’t his people, but now they are. God reserves the glory and accomplishments for himself. God calls you his child. The only question left for the Christian is why? Why would God love the unlovable? Why would God love me? The answer is that he loves us. God’s love doesn’t need a reason; it is marvelous to behold, truly divine. Join us as we look at God’s love using the prophet Hosea and his family. The family portrait is shocking.
Imagine your brothers sold you as a slave. Not to worry, you landed on your feet and had a great job in charge of a noble man’s house. Things got ugly though – to protect your reputation and to honor your God you lost your job and ended up in prison. Does this sound like a good life to you? You may know the story of Joseph already, but we’re answer the question: Is faithfulness worth the trouble it brings?
What goes great with burgers and dogs over a park BBQ pit? A study of the Trinity, of course. We continued our celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the church with a study of the Trinity. Our sermon at this year’s church picnic looked at how we became part of God’s family.
God created the family when he brought Adam and Eve together in marriage. Countless families have been created since the beginning of the world. Sin has ravaged the family sadly. Divorce is a scourge on our nation and the church. What is God’s plan for our homes? Watch today and find out!