At Emmaus, we don’t want to do anything absent-mindedly; we want to have an explicitly biblical/gospel-drenched reason for everything that we do.
He is a gracious God who provides what he requires (a means), and he is a holy God who cares about how he is worshiped.
Emmaus Women’s Mentoring is just the beginning because this is not just a programmatic women’s ministry idea; this is a missional movement aimed at seeing God glorified and churches multiplied by declaring and displaying the gospel.
Listen to the sermon from last Sunday on iTunes or on our website.
Today was a wonderful day of worship, word, and fellowship. I am always blessed to see you stand around and engage each other in conversations long after the services are finished. Your genuine love for each other is breathtaking.
On August 28th we have the opportunity to gather together, as those who are covenanted to each other, to celebrate all that God is doing among us!
Members meeting is August 28th. Lunch and childcare is provided. Want to join a Community Group? Now is the time to do it!
At Emmaus, you will often hear us talk about Community Groups (CG’s). In fact, we value CG’s so much, that active participation in one is a requirement for covenant membership. Why? What is so valuable about CG’s and what will you gain from being part of one?
Emmaus Church is not merely a gathering of people to sing songs, listen to lectures, and feel good about our religious duty for the week. We are a family. A committed family. A covenanted family. We are a family of individuals, who have been transformed by the grace of Jesus.
In my last post, I covered the reasons behind why we give financially to the church. Today, I want to discuss how your financial gifts are used here at Emmaus Church.