Nehemiah 10 – Zeal for Repentance and Obedience

Repentance is turning away from sin, hating it, and resolving by God’s strength to forsake it, even as we turn to him in faith. Repentance is not just an optional plug-in to the Christian life. It is absolutely crucial to it, marking out those who have been saved by God and those who have not. […]

Posted on: February 28, 2013 - 10:06PM

Know & Be Known

I still remember the first time I read the story from Joshua Harris’ book Stop Dating the Church…a man is offered a job in a seemingly better part of the country with a great pay increase and better opportunities to climb the ladder of success within his company. As I was reading I remember thinking, “this […]

Posted on: February 23, 2013 - 8:24PM

Nehemiah 9 – Knowing God So We Can Know Ourselves

It’s easy to read this account of Israel’s repeated sins in the face of God’s abundant mercy and think, “How could those Jews be so ungrateful? How could they be so hardhearted?” It’s also easy to read this account and think, “How can my mate be so prone to sin? He [she] reads the Bible […]

Posted on: February 21, 2013 - 7:54PM

Nehemiah 7-8 Importance of God’s Word for the Believer

“Ignorance of God – ignorance of both His ways and of the practice of communion with Him- lies at the root of the church’s weakness today.” That’s how J. I. Packer began the 1973 preface to his classic volume Knowing God. Packer reasoned that one trend producing such ignorance of God and weakness in the church […]

Posted on: February 14, 2013 - 8:30PM

New Blog Series

We are excited to announce that beginning next week, we will begin a short series here highlighting the beauty & riches that are found within the local church. It is our hope that our church family grows in experiencing biblical community & being a display of God’s glory among the nations. We organize our church after […]

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Nehemiah 6 – Recap on Fight Against Opposition

  The work which Nehemiah had undertaken was one of, no common magnitude, and surrounded with no ordinary difficulties. His resources for its accomplishment were scanty, and the enemies that combined to hinder it were numerous and subtle and strong. They at first assailed him with threats; but finding these in vain, they then had […]

Posted on: February 11, 2013 - 7:35PM