In this Issue

†  Relationships: Spritual Warfare Pt. 1

†  ABC's of the Sabbath

†  What Changes This Year?

†  Don Kistler Preaching

†  Monday Night Bible Study

Reformed Quote of the Month

"Afflictions are light when compared with what we really deserve. They are light when compared with the sufferings of the Lord Jesus. But perhaps their real lightness is best seen by comparing them with the weight of glory which is awaiting us."

      - A.W. Pink

Excerpts from the Westminster Confession of Faith Shorter Catechism

Q. 84. What doth every sin deserve?

A. Every sin deserveth God’s wrath and curse, both in this life, and that which is to come.

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January 2012 Edition

Christmas Lite

Relationships: A Matter of Spiritual Warfare


In this month's article Pastor Stan McGehee, Jr speaks to spritual warfare. Spiritual warfare is a controversial subject among modern evangelicals. It is often either neglected or exaggerated. However, it is biblical topic with practical implications for the Christian life. In the context of Paul's treatment of the subject in Ephesians, it concerns relationships. Read his article here.


New Testament Testament Survey

ABC's of the Sabbath: The Lord's Day

Pastor Jack has come up with an ABC's of the Lord's Day. Read it here.


Christmas Surprise

What Changes This Year?

In Jordan McGehee's "food for thought" article this month reflects on how we keep or fail to keep New Years resolutions. Read the article here.


Advent 2011

Dr Don Kistler Preaching

Noted author, theologian, and publisher of puritan works Don Kistler will be preaching on Sunday evening January 29th. Mark your calender and plan to be with us as he exposits from the Word of God. You find out more about Dr Kistler at his website


Choosing my Religion

Monday Night Bible Study

On January 23rd we will begin a new study based on the 2004 Ligonier National Conference "A Portrait of God". Many Christians today do not know who God is. Often they come before His presense too lightly, not realizing this is indeed the God who holds their very breath. In this session we will listen to such speakers as R.C. Sproul, Ligon Duncan, Sinclair Ferguson, and many more and study the various attributes of God and how we as His people should respond to them. There is no book for this session so just come in ready for a great time of fellowship and discussion.