Sunday’s message was the final message in the Gifts of the Spirit series. Pastor Caleb brought a wonderful teaching on the work of the Holy Spirit. Click on the sermons page and then on the message to listen. We will be changing our sermon format in the near future. We will be broadcasting our sermons directly on Facebook each Sunday morning. If you like our page you should get a message when we broadcast a sermon. The message will be archived on our page so you can listen any time. We should have that up and running in the next few weeks, so stay tuned! Thanks for listening to our Sunday messages.
We are getting ready to finish up our Sunday sermon series on the Gifts of the Spirit. Yesterday Pastor Mike showed this video, an excellent message by Robert Morris of Gateway Church. It is one of the best explanations about speaking in tongues out there. Click on the link to listen – you will really enjoy this message. A Pure Language by Robert Morris
It seems like just a few minutes ago we were talking about school letting out for the summer, and now it’s time for the kids to go back to classes already. Here are some wonderful prayers written by Rebecca Barlow Jordan to pray over our kids and grandkids as they head back into the classroom this year.
“Back to school prayers – It’s one of the best ways you can prepare your children each year as they head back to school. And praying Scripture over them is one of the most powerful ways to pray. Here are five back to school prayers you can pray for your kids and grandkids:
Back to School Prayers for Peace (Isaiah 26:3; Philippians 4:6-7; Romans 5:1).
Lord, I pray that my kids (grandkids) will experience the peace of God this year that exceeds all read more
Today’s devotional, reposted from faithgateway.com, hits the nail on the head when it says: “You will find not only more breathing room but also more joy in life if you stop trying to please everyone around you.” Read the whole devotional here
Source: 365 Devotionals for a Thankful Heart by Zondervan on faithgateway.com
There’s a funny meme out there circulating on Facebook. It says something to the effect of Is it just me or did June and July last like 5 minutes. Yep. Pretty much. We were just looking forward to summer fun and now it’s time to look toward school starting again. Sunday, August 12th – that’s this coming Sunday morning – JCC will host its annual Back to School Bash. If you live in the Anchorage area come join us at 10:30 AM on the 12th. Space is limited to 30 kids, so sign up soon because the slots will fill up fast. We are located at 4335 Laurel Street, Anchorage, AK. You can sign up at akjoy.com/events
Pastor Shayna brought a message Sunday morning about the Gift of Healing, one of the nine Gifts of the Spirit mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12. You can click on the Sermons page of this blog to listen to the sermon.