A VISION OF GOD, week two

by CLC_Staff on June 27, 2016

A Vision of God Web

To Him Who Sits on the Throne

J.B. Phillips wrote a book entitled, “Your God Is Too Small”. Today we will try to add to that by using the vision in Revelations to increase our vision of God. How we see God colors much of what we think, feel, and consequently do.

Scripture Reference: Revelation 5

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THE FRUITS OF FREEDOM

by CLC_Staff on June 22, 2016

Fruits of Freedom WebThe Fruits of Freedom
by Seminary Student, Sheri Harris

Our God is a great God who carefully created each one of us, a God so loving he sent his only begotten son so that we could have true freedom. We are free to live, free to embrace and spread peace, free to love, free to decide, free to debate, free to move about the earth at the pace that we choose, free to obey the law and free to break it. But, what are the fruits of that freedom?

Scripture Reference: Galatians 5:1 and 13-25

A VISION OF GOD, week one

by CLC_Staff on June 14, 2016

A Vision of God WebGod at the Center

God is at the center of everything. If we get this wrong then everything else is off. Today we look at the very beginning of the whole story of God.

Scripture Reference: Genesis 1

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 10

June 8, 2016

Being Happy … For Other People’s Blessings Do you struggle with envy? The Heidelberg Catechism tells us to take it one step further. We are to be happy about other people’s blessings. Scripture Reference: Exodus 20: 17

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 9

June 3, 2016

Telling The Truth Telling the truth seems so easy. Try it seriously for a day and see how it turns out. How can we live a live that has both transparency and integrity? Scripture Reference: Exodus 20:16

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 8

May 23, 2016

Yes, But Is That Really Stealing? We know not to steal, but there are so many shortcuts today. The Heidelberg Catechism also talks not only about not stealing, but also about having respect and caring for other’s property. Scripture Reference: Exodus 20:15

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 7

May 19, 2016

Chastity: The Unfashionable Virtue Chastity (Do not commit adultery) is very out of fashion these days. Today we will talk about its benefits. Scripture Reference: Exodus 20:14  

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 6

May 12, 2016

Honoring Everyone I know that the command this week is, “do not murder”, but it seems that this commandment is connected to last week. The positive (or instructed, in the Heidelberg Catechism) is we honor everyone, not killing them in word, thought or deed. Scripture Reference: Exodus 20:13  

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 5

May 3, 2016

Honor Your Parents Parents come in all kinds of varieties today. How do we honor our parents and how do we teach our children to do the same? Scripture Reference: Exodus 20: 12

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, week 4

April 25, 2016

Well, It’s Sunday How do we keep the Sabbath today? Many of us have “Sabbath keeping” stories from growing up. Yet, what do we do to remember the Sabbath? What is the Sabbath’s purpose and how can it bless us today? Scripture Reference: Exodus 20: 8-11

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