Herbed Baked Leg of Lamb. This traditional recipe comes from the United Methodist Women’s “Heavenly Recipes” cookbook – perfect for a family get-together.
In the words of Dr. Seuss, “Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” A six-week study of Adam Hamilton’s “Creed: What Christians Believe and Why” will begin Monday, March 6th at 7:00pm in the Agape Classroom (Worship Activity Center). Adam Hamilton takes on the Apostles’ Creed, exploring not only WHAT Christians believe, but WHY they believe it, … Read More
We just finished a great four-week study of the Greek version of the Book of Esther from the Apocrypha. As you may or may not know, there is no mention of God in the more familiar Old Testament version of the book. The Greek version, however, emphasizes how Esther and Mordecai found strength in their dependence on God. We found striking … Read More
The Book of Esther is the story of a young orphaned Jewish woman living in exile in Persia under the protection of her uncle, Mordecai. Esther worked her way into court and ultimately married Persian King Ahasuerus. Those familiar with the Book of Esther may recall that it never mentions “God” – quite unusual for a book in the Hebrew … Read More
The story of the Good Samaritan in Luke 10:30-37 is one of the most beloved stories in the Bible. The characters are familiar: the traveler, the robbers, the priest, the Levite – and finally, our hero – the Samaritan. We know the plot, too – man robbed; man ignored by priest and Levite; man helped by Samaritan. But that’s the “Who” of the … Read More
This year’s Advent Study will be based on “The Wonder of Christmas”, by Ed Robb and Rob Renfroe. The star, the name, the manger, the promise – this series explores these key elements of the Christmas story in a new and thoughtful way. Classes will be Mondays at 7:00pm in the Life Center classroom, beginning November 28th. Once you believe, anything … Read More