In this Issue

†  Relationships: A Matter of Spiritual Warfare Pt. 7

†  Saying Never to Never

†  Churches of Revelation Revisited on Video

†  Ligonier Alaskan Study Cruise

†  Monday Night Bible Study

Reformed Quote of the Month

"They who truly come to God for mercy, come as beggars, and not as creditors: they come for mere mercy, for sovereign grace, and not for anything that is due"

      - Jonathan Edwards

Excerpts from the Westminster Confession of Faith Shorter Catechism

Q. 104. What do we pray for in the fourth petition?

A. In the fourth petition, which is, Give us this day our daily bread, we pray that of God’s free gift we may receive a competent portion of the good things of this life, and enjoy his blessing with them.

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July 2012 Edition

Relationships: A Matter of Spiritual Warfare  Pt. 7

Relationships: A Matter of Spiritual Warfare Pt. 7

Upon completing these familial instructions, Paul immediately moves to the issue of spiritual warfare. This natural transition emphasizes the fact that the domestic sphere is a favorite target of the enemy. We will now turn our attention to the particulars of battle described by Paul in chapter six. Read his article here.


Saying Never to Never

Say Never to Never

This month, in Jordan McGehee's "food for thought" article, he reflects: Is "never" a dirty word? Read the article here.


Turkey Documentary

Churches of Revelation Revisited

On Sunday night April 22nd and 29th, Steve and Jason Bader presented a two-part documentary on their trip to Turkey. It is now available to view online. Check it out here.


Don Kistler

Ligonier Alskan Study Cruise

Pastor Stan, Jr's narrated video of this cruise will be available online soon. Stay tuned for details when it will be available to view online.


Pray With Your Eyes Open

Monday Night Bible Study

We will begin a new Bible study using Dr Richard Pratt's book "Pray With Your Eyes Open." In this book Pratt offers the reader ways to deal with inadequate prayer lives. He offers biblical direction on how to pray more effectively. Key issues such as honest confession of our needs, form and freedom in prayer and questions such as why pray when God will do whatever He pleases anyway are explored. It will begin late June to early July. Check the website, next month's newsletter, and our website to exact date it will begin.