Read With Me! A Little Book on the Christian Life

For many centuries, Christians have found John Calvin’s A Little Book On The Christian Life a worthy read in helping them journey along in the Christian life. Calvin addresses weighty matters like the pursuit of holiness and self-denial in beautiful, compelling ways. This little book is a guide that helps Christians remember their identity and calling […]

Change of Location: Back to Colt!

It’s with much gratitude and excitement, that we can formally announce that our church is returning to our original meeting location at the Colt School Auditorium! God has been faithful to provide us with a place for worship during the past year, and He continues to be faithful as we anticipate this move. For the […]

Good Friday Home Liturgy

Good Friday April 2, 2021 OPTION: Individuals and families can observe the tradition of the Tenebrae service of deepening shadows, in which a candle is extinguished after each gospel reading*. 5 candles are needed. Call to Worship: Romans 5:6-11 Worship through Song Here is Love Gospel Reading Mark 15:1-15* Worship through Song See the Destined […]

The Wisdom Pyramid: A Book Review

“Easy” – That is the word I would describe our age today. More specifically, our information age is easy. We have the easiest access to information than ever before. It is literally at our fingertips. And though having easy access to information can be helpful, it can also have negative effects for living wisely in […]

“Without the Gospel…”

by John Calvin (1509-1564) Without the gospel: everything is useless and vain; without the gospel we are not Christians; without the gospel all riches is poverty, all wisdom folly before God; strength is weakness, and all the justice of man is under the condemnation of God. But by the knowledge of the gospel we are: […]

New Equipping Class: Gospelizing 101

In a recent Barna Survey on evangelism, it was discovered that though almost all Christians would recognize that sharing the gospel is essential to being a follower of Jesus, an increasing number would say they feel uneasy about doing it. Not just uneasy, because it can feel awkward; but uneasy because they feel that it […]