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We Believe: 1. The Bible to be the inspired, only infallible and authoritative Word of God. (2 Tim 3:15-4:1, 1 Thess 2:13, 2 Peter 1:21-2:1) 2. There is one true God eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Deut 6:4, Isa 43:10-11, Matt 28:18-20, Luke 3:22) 3. In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, substitutional death on the cross, bodily resurrection, ascension to the Father and His personal return in power and glory. (Matt 1:23, Luke 1:31-32, Acts 10:37-38, Acts 2:22, Heb 7:26-27, ...
Evil; hate and intolerance, is real and ugly and toxic in this world. We must overcome it. It is, unfortunately, all too common among men of and from all ages. We have witnessed this evil at home and in years past as terrorist have devastated our country. Recently, in the attacks on our embassies and countrymen abroad we continue to witness this truth, as we have in murderous attacks and violent aggression throughout the Middle East by men ranging from very young to their fathers and grandfathers, as have their ancestors before them. This ongoing conflict is oft ...
Hands and Feet Marketing is guided by God’s commands to seek Him, love Him, love others, serve others, and spread the Gospel. Our mission is to help church leaders and congregations rethink and refresh their approach to marketing and focus on “being the church” by exhibiting the love of Christ through service and outreach.
I am no different than many of you reading this. Because of what I have witnessed in my life of our Lord's redeeming love & saving grace, I testify that you are never too far gone for our God to love, forgive, & accept you. He truly is faithful even when we are not. When it comes to Jesus and following Him, well, To Not Decide...Is To Decide. “But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Mark 8:29
After Jesus's birth, King Herod became disturbed when a group of astrologers or "wise men" from the east (thought to be Persia or Babylon) called the Magi arrived in Jerusalem. The Magi had been following a star belonging to the newly born "King of the Jews". Herod derived the time from which Jesus had been born from the Magi accounts of when the star had first appeared. King Herod then tricked the Magi by asking them to find the child so that he would worship him. In reality, King Herod, who was renowned for his paranoia, didn"t want any challenge to his rule, t ...