Matt Chandler (born June 20, 1974) is the lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church, a Southern Baptist church in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and the President of the Acts 29 Network. Chandler's first book, The Explicit Gospel, was released in 2012 and co-authored by Jared Wilson. In it he explains what the Gospel is and how it has been misunderstood.
Group drawing created by various members of our Bible Study at New Beginnings Christian Church (NBCCRVA) in Richmond, Virginia USA. It was made to be shown at church the Sunday before Halloween. Also visit www.flickr.com/photos/artoffering to view original artwork submitted by our church members and friends.
✞♡✞ Dear Lord, I thank you for the grace of being alive this morning; I thank you for the sleep that has refreshed me; I thank you for the change to make a new beginning Amen...Little Church Mouse. 3 April 2016 ✞♡✞
As we commence this new work week, let us kick it off with a talk with our Heavenly Father. Let us spend some time in prayer, devotion and praise. The past week is behind us, and new beginnings are ahead. [...]
Feast of YHWH Menorah. Holy Days of our Lord Trumpets Zola teaches on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, as a day of celebration and merriment. It is also a time that the seriousness of sin begins to weigh on the hearts of the Jewish people. We see how the ceremonial horns, shofars, are made. Left Behind author Tim LaHaye gives us his insights as to what will happen at the sound of the last trumpet.On location in Israel, we created this presentation of the holidays our Lord celebrated.
Undo everything you were taught. Go back to the beginning and relearn it all without the poison taught to us by churches (slave owner mentality). ReRead the Bible and learn the laws, decrees of YOUR PEOPLE (And dont act as if its hard- Gods way is not hard and it leads to blessings on Earth) and about the sin of OUR People in the old testament. Then youll have a better understanding of who you are, how youre to live in this slave land- America, why youre hated in your slave land, and even…