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4/18/2011 by Admin Admin
Congregational worship is of critical importance for the gathered church because it is the most widely observed corporate spiritual discipline. More people attend congregational worship in most churches than attend nearly every other function of the church. A second reason why congregational worship is of critical importance is that it ...
4/17/2011 by Admin Admin
A few years ago, a friend of mine was contemplating joining the church I was serving at the time, but he was confused about why he and his family should take the formal step of church membership. After all, they were already involved in the life of the church. They were serving. They were giving. Wasn't church membership ...
7/7/2009 by Admin Admin
Here are some valuable comments Joel Beeke makes concerning "glorifying God and enjoying Him forever." These paragraphs are from page 147 of his book Living for God's Glory (Reformation Trust, 2008).
"Glory to God alone is the heartbeat of the Reformation. The giving of glory to God, of course, is not intended to give Him ...
2/11/2009 by Admin Admin
1/20/2009 by Admin Admin
I have often used the term "conversation" to describe worship in general and corporate worship in particular. "Conversation" is a great word, but it can be misunderstood, primarily because of how it is used in the world of the emerging church. In emerging/emergent lingo, "conversation" is code language...
10/5/2008 by Tad Thompson
This morning we had services at the Local Baptist Church in Nazereth. I would like to tell you about the sermon, but it was in Arabic, so I didn't catch much of it. But, it was a taste of heaven to worship with people of different tribes, tongues, and nations. After the service we headed to Jerusalem. Yesterday, the Greens ...
10/4/2008 by Tad Thompson
After our time at the Sea of Galilee, we travelled back to Nazareth and rested until worshipping with the house church.
Pastor Tad was asked to bring a message to the fellowship.
Tad, Michael, and I were very encouraged worshipping with this body. Their faith in Jesus inspired us as we joined them in praising the Lord. One ...
10/3/2008 by Tad Thompson
|The black rocks underneath the white are the foundation of the synagouge next to Peter's house in Capernaum.|
10/2/2008 by Tad Thompson
|The busy streets of the modern city of Nazereth.|
10/1/2008 by Tad Thompson
9/30/2008 by Tad Thompson
We have arrived safely in Israel and will be going to bed shortly. We had a great flight and are looking forward to begin our work in the morning (we are eight hours ahead of you). Please be in prayer for us and ask that God would give us soft hearts and a big vision for the Israeli Arabs!
- Pastor Tad
9/25/2008 by Admin Admin
|The City of Nazereth from the window of Randy and Stacy Green.