• The Key Role of the Bible in World Missions

    Posted Feb 24th, 2013 By in Missions News Blog, Why We Do What We Do With | No Comments

    A recent WWBWWB series on borders, language and culture encouraged us to use Biblical language within the borders of the church; we mold members of the Church by expressing what we believe in Biblical terms rather than delegating the language we use in our culture. Implicit in this argument is that we have a Bible …

  • Sunday Pinewood Workshops

    Posted Feb 23rd, 2013 By in Cadets Blog With | No Comments

    Hey there cadet families, If any cadets want to work on their Pinewood Derby car, our Pinewood expert (cadet parent Kjell Osness) has generously offered to be available in the workshop Sundays after church. At this point, that would be four remaining Sundays until the derby. Sunday School lets out at 12:15, and any dads …

  • Pinewood Continues

    Posted Feb 19th, 2013 By in Cadets Blog With | No Comments

    This week we continue working on Pinewood. There should be plenty of activities that every boy can be working on all night long, including: Final sanding of the car body Primer Paint Drilling pilot holes in axle dowels Sanding & polishing dowel ends Smoothing wheel tread Polishing wheel bores Wet-sanding & polishing axle screws Weighing …

  • When God Spoke through Prophets

    Posted Feb 17th, 2013 By in Why We Believe What We Believe With | No Comments

    The first chapter of Hebrews tells of the supremacy of Christ over the angels. However one of the key phrases that I found particularly interesting is the first verse of the first chapter: “Long ago, at many times and  in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but  in these last days …

  • Drills

    Posted Feb 11th, 2013 By in Cadets Blog With | No Comments

    Hey Cadet families, Just a quick note that, if you can send a cordless (charged!) or corded drill to Cadets, that’d be great. We have lots of tasks we can be working on with the cars, not all of them involve a drill, but having a bunch of them available will help to keep all …

  • The Doctrine of Ordination, part 2

    Posted Feb 10th, 2013 By in Pastor Brian's Blog, Why We Do What We Do With | No Comments

    Last week I said a few things about the ceremonies we witnessed on two consecutive weeks wherein Dean Abbott was ordained to the office of ruling elder and Trey Jasso to the office of minister and teaching elder. One of the things that ceremonies like this can do is give the impression that God’s work …

  • Links

    Posted Feb 4th, 2013 By in Cadets Blog With | No Comments

    Hey Cadet families! Pinewood week 1 this Wednesday, we’ll be designing cars and starting to cut. In case anybody wants to get a head start on their design, here is a .pdf template that you can print out. Try to eliminate any extra printing margins, so that the main rectangle comes out a full 7″ …

  • The Doctrine of Ordination

    Posted Feb 3rd, 2013 By in Pastor Brian's Blog, Why We Do What We Do With | 4 Comments The Doctrine of Ordination

    Those of you who were present last week in our AM worship witnessed the ordination of Mr. Dean Abbott to the office of Ruling Elder and those of you present tonight will witness the ordination of Mr. Trey Jasso to the office of Teaching Elder (sidebar: In the Presbyterian Church in America, Ruling Elders are …

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