To help you disciple your children we release a catechism question and answer for 2yr – 4th grade, and 5th grade – 8th grade every week. We encourage you to incorporate these questions and answers into your daily routines, to help you and your children worship God throughout the week.
Yet despite the despair, these pages that are filled with the hope and love of a God who does not forget his people, but is faithful. A God who has made a promise to bruise his own son and crush the dragon. A God who does not give people the death, hell and eternal torment that they deserve but saves them in His mercy and grace.
Get ready to worship with January 7th by reading the scripture and becoming familiar with the songs we will be singing.
Get ready to worship with December 31st by reading the scripture and becoming familiar with the songs we will be singing.
May we be people who see Jesus as the greatest gift ever given and may our lives respond by; treasuring and pondering him, glorifying and praising him, becoming content in all other things, and by being overcome with thankfulness to the degree that we must declare him to others.
We end where we began, but not exactly. The season of Advent walks us through the anticipation and celebration of the first Advent of Christ, and leaves us longing in expectation for the second Advent of Christ. Christ has come and hope for the nations has been found, and Christ will come again to make all things new.
Get ready to worship with December 24th by reading the scripture and becoming familiar with the songs we will be singing.
In the midst of this busyness, it was vitally important that we create rules of life to help guide us. These rules are based on convictions that we have biblically and personally for what life and family is to look like. They are rules built on those convictions with an end result in mind. The way in which these rules are practiced may change from season to season, but the rules remain because they are guide posts to help our family not get off course.
This glorious God of one essence in three Persons, self-existent, self-sufficient, and (source of) love itself, resided in completeness and excellency. God the Father, Creator of all; God the Son, Redeemer of man; God the Holy Spirit, Teacher of all things.
Each year I will read between 30-45 books. Here are a few of the books that I am looking forward to reading in the first half of 2018.
Emmaus Church exists to see God glorified and churches multiplied by declaring and displaying the gospel. This blog is meant to be a resource to help our people declare and display the gospel to themselves, their families, friends, community and the world.