This week in our “Set Apart” series we are looking at the second dream that Daniel interpreted for the King Nebuchadnezzar, and how the Lord taught him a simply yet very important lesson that he is sovereign over the kingdoms of men and he gives them to whom ever he wants. When we understand this – we understand that we should praise God for every sphere of influence he has given us.
This week in MSM we’re continuing to look at Daniel and how he remained faithful to the teachings of God choosing not to conform to the patterns of this world. Through Daniel’s faithfulness he swayed the opinions of those around him and the Lord gave him favor and greater knowledge and understanding.
For the next 6 weeks in MSM we will be looking at the lives of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego and how though they were strangers in a far away land they choose to hold on to their belief in the Lord amongst the pressures of giving up the faith.
Last weekend we had our Winter Camp where we learned about the strength we gain by being in community with one another. This Sunday, a few students will be sharing about their experience as we look deeper into what the term “Fellowship” means for us.
Act 2:42 says – They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
“Don’t get discouraged by comparing your personal struggles with others’ outward highlights/popularity. Remember that God looks at your heart!”
Hi, my name is Patrosky Anderson and I’m the new middle school director here at Bethel, I wanted to just take the time to say hello and share how excited I am for my family and I to have moved from Arizona to the TC’s to serve you and your family. If there is every anything I can do for you please don’t hesitate to reach out to me at Patrosky.Anderson@bethel-church.org. This Sunday at Ignite I will be sharing a bit of my testimony and my heart for student ministry.
This Sunday Jonathan will be showing how you can use the bible and other tools to find answers to the questions of life that you have.
This Sunday At Ignite Jonathan will be continuing the sermon series on “Why Should I?
“Life is not fair, that is why God gave us the church and himself to walk with. Do not walk alone. (Hebrews 10:24-25)”
This Sunday at Ignite – Jonathan will be talking about how It is necessary for every Christian to eventually make their faith their own. Have you made your faith your own?