The calendar of the Church begins with the liturgical Season of Advent (Latin word that means “coming into”). This significant Season 4 week period teaches us to prepare for the visible return of our Lord Jesus Christ at the close of the age. In an age of waning vigilance, repentance, watchfulness, and concern for God’s Word, we take up the prayer of the Church once again and say “Amen. Come Lord Jesus (Revelation 22:20).” The word “Eschaton” is a Greek word that refers to the final thing or last times.
Bible Study on the Book of Jonah started September 16, 2018 at 9 AM. The study is entitled JONAH - RISE AND GO! and will be taught in the fellowship hall. As we approach this most intriguing book, many questions will be answered. Did everything in this 689 word book really happen? How is it incredibly relevant for us today? Why have skeptics worked so hard to try to invalidate this book? Could such an animal as this great fish really exist? What actually happened when Jonah went into the sea? Do the Ninevites really repent? The Biblical text will answer these questions for us and will lead us to Someone far greater than Jonah - our Lord Jesus Christ. Come grow in God’s living and active Word as we dilgently search the Scriptures - knowing that every word was breathed out by the Holy Spirit for us eternal benefit!