Passage: James 1:9-11; 22-27 Guide for Group Discussion or Personal Reflection NSCBC Sunday Worship March 29th Join us for our Sunday Worship, starting at 10am! Posted by North Shore Community Baptist Church on Sunday, 29 March 2020 Sermon Summary James is an extended meditation on the wisdom and ethic of
Feelings of Loss As life has been turned upside-down over the last two weeks while schools and businesses close and governments declare stay-at-home orders, I’ve found myself unexpectedly crying at random moments throughout the week. Surely some of this is due to exhaustion, uncertainty, and stress. But sometimes it’s been
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Passage: James 1:1-8 Guide for Group Discussion or Personal Reflection Loading Content... Share a Link to this Message The link has been copied to your clipboard; paste it anywhere you would like to share it. Close Bobby Warrenburg - March 22, 2020 God Grows Us Through Trials Watch From Series:
Making Space for Lament This week in churches across the world, millions of foreheads will be marked with ashes. This signifies the dust of our common origin and end. It also marks the beginning of Lent; a season in the church calendar devoted to lament. Why lament and ritual? Many
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Our vision to see a gospel movement on the North Shore will only become a reality if we saturate the North Shore with transformed disciples who make disciples. The charge to “go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19-20) is our central task as Christians, and is joyful hard work. In the
This Advent season, we have the opportunity to reflect on this deep and incredible commitment God has made – becoming human. We’ll consider four areas where Christ’s coming creates a new paradigm for the way we live. Our theme in week four is Future. Not only did Jesus come to earth
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This Advent season, we have the opportunity to reflect on this deep and incredible commitment God has made – becoming human. We’ll consider four areas where Christ’s coming creates a new paradigm for the way we live. Our theme in week four is Future. Not only did Jesus come to earth
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This Advent season, we have the opportunity to reflect on this deep and incredible commitment God has made – becoming human. We’ll consider four areas where Christ’s coming creates a new paradigm for the way we live. Our theme in week four is Future. Not only did Jesus come to earth
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