Join us as we examine Nehemiah 13. In this text we are warned that reforms and commitments, while important and sincere, must be maintained by a love for God's Word which calls us to repentance and lives lived to the Glory of God. We also celebrated communion and a commitment to one another.
Join us as we examine Nehemiah 9. In this text we consider the response of God's people when confronted with their sin. God's people enjoy fellowship with him based upon His faithfulness and His character.
Join us as we examine Nehemiah 8. In this text we consider the sustaining, life giving joy that is found in God's character as revealed through God's Word and experienced in obedience to His calling upon our life.
Join us as we examine Nehemiah 5. In this text we consider what the people of God do when the pursuit of progress is halted by the pain of the people. Do we see the pain of God's people as an impediment to progress? Are people simply a means to an end?
Join us as we examine Nehemiah 3 and 4. In this text we consider the plans given to the people of Israel for the rebuilding of the wall, the role everyone has in the work, and the ability to persist in the face of ridicule, resistance, and rumor. We also begin to role out our 100 x 100 strategy for the remainder of 2020.
Join us as we consider Ezra 9 and 10. How do we respond when confronted with sin? Like Ezra let us turn to the Lord in prayer, taking action informed by God's Word that we might experience the joy of obediently walking with our Lord.
Join us as we examine Ezra 8. In this section of the book of Ezra, we are reminded that God’s hand is on those who seek the Lord. We will consider the role of faith and fasting as well as what it means for us to seek the Lord.
Join us as we examine Ezra 7 and God's providential work in preparing us for the task to which he has called us. Questions to consider: How is God preparing you in this season? Do you hunger and thirst for God's Word? Are you presently walking in obedience to the Lord's direction?
In Ezra 4 the people of Israel are called back to the task of rebuilding the temple by the prophets of God proclaiming the Word of God. As He always does, God equips them with everything they need to accomplish the task to which He has called them. Do you trust Him to do the same for you? Will you persist in the face of difficulty, sacrifice, and discouragement?
In Ezra 4 the people of Israel face a persistent onslaught of opposition. The prolonged efforts of their enemy culminated in the abandonment of the task to which they were called. How will you respond to opposition? Will you allow it to prevent you from fulfilling God's call on your life?
In Ezra 3 the people of Israel challenge us to be people who are found faithful, pressing forward, while not despising the day of small things as we celebrate the goodness of God and his steadfast love which endures forever.