Speaker: Clark Graber Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
In this short talk, Clark draws a connection between grumbling Israelites and grumbling Wisconsinites. He encourages us to find contentment in the situation we find ourselves, regardless of how long the desert….or how high the snow banks.
In this reflection, Tim shares two essential arguments for our faith: One demonstrating God’s existence and one showing that Jesus is truly the Son of God. While our faith doesn’t rest on logic and reasoning alone, Tim explains how these tools can encourage our belief and draw us to worship God.
This Sunday, we had a special service, following Christ’s command to wash each other’s feet. Along with that, we had an extended time of testimonies and sharing in communion. Here are the reflections from Dru and Elv, on the bread and wine respectively.
Last week, we had the special opportunity to hear a report from one of our members about their trip to India. Anna Troyer shared her experience serving with Good Life Ministries. Listen in below, and look through her pictures in the slideshow.
Several weeks ago, Dru shared about what translation is and how it happens. He also discussed the history of the King James Bible and its profound impact on English, even today. And then there were two weddings. And a memorial service. And a baptism.
Here he shares the final installment: it’s not “live”, but a simple recording. In it, he addresses the following questions:
Why should I consider using a different Bible translation?
What version actually is the Bible?
What should we do when Bible translations differ?
Can we be confident that what we have today is God’s Word?
Which version should I use? How should I use other versions?