Daily Bible Reading: Monday, March 25. Read Isaiah 25:6-8. 1) What vision does Isaiah have of “the mountain of the Lord’s house? 2) What does Isaiah say that God will destroy? 3) What will occur for people who have suffered? Tuesday, March 26. Read Luke 6:20-25. 1) Who is “blessed” in this text? 2) What
Small Group experience is the original, oldest practice that LifeSpring has participated in. Before we began meeting as a church we had small group. Our original members were Amanda Bates, the Bustoses, the Moores, and the Logues. Small Group continues to be an important part of our life together. And now we have two groups.
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, March 18. Read Matthew 16:5-12. 1) How did the subject of bread come up? 2) How did Jesus use the occasion to teach an important principle? 3) What was that principle? Tuesday, March 19. Read 1 Corinthians 5:1-8. 1) What bad situation had arisen in the Corinthian church? 2) What was
LifeSpringers have been inquiring recently about the possibility of baptism, studying the meaning of the Lord’s Supper, rededication, and other questions. The curiosity is wonderful, and we want to make sure that opportunities are offered to scratch this curiosity itch. And I think that providing a short-term “class” on such subjects would be the best
Daily Bible Reading: Monday. Matthew 6:5-15. How did Jesus say that hypocrites pray? Based on what he taught in this passage, how do you think God really wants us to pray to Him? Tuesday. Luke 5:16; 6:12. What was Jesus’ practice when things became stressful? What do you think he was talking to the Father
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, February 18. Read What did God say the responsibility of the Jews to aliens was? What do you think that would look like in our time? Tuesday, February 19. Read Luke 17:11-19; John 4:7-9. Stereotypes don’t work. In these two texts people behaved in uncommon ways. What was that, and what
Sunday, February 10, is the date of our next Second Sunday Social, which will be held at Bellview Bowl in Atwater. We will meet at the bowling alley at 1:00. It will be up to everyone to either eat before coming, or purchase food from the bowling alley.
Blessed are the poor….. Daily Bible Reading: Monday, February 18. Read John 1:10-14. 1) What did John saw about Jesus in verse 14? 2) What was his relationship with the world was like? 3) What does a relationship with Jesus create? Tuesday, February 19. Read Matthe 10:32-33. 1) What does Jesus say about denying we
iGens comprise 74 million Americans, 24% of the population of the United States. They are the most ethnically diverse generation in American history, and they are the first generation to have a non-white majority. Generation Z (iGens) are who they are because of the coalescing of tech, media, business, education, and parenting – all working
Called, Gen Z or iGen, this age cohort was born from 1995 to the present. The oldest members of iGen were early adolescents when the iPhone was introduced in 2007. iGens were so named because two out of three US teens own an iPhone. iGens are the first generation for whom Internet access has been