Bethany Missionary, Pat Dugan, shares a message inspiring us to think about how to live a life not controlled by the systems of "this world" in the coming year.
GOING DEEP, REACHING WIDE, AND LIVING FOR THE AGE TO COME
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To restore the scriptural priority of remembering ‘the least of these’ in our giving; Collecting ‘tithes into the storehouse’ to be used for ministry outreaches of Bethany Church to the poor, orphan, persecuted, and refugee and call others to do the same.
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This year it seems like there is an increased discussion in the media and among people about the anxiety and depression that surrounds the Christmas season for many who have experienced grief and other difficulties. In tonight's meditation we take a look and John chapter 1 and think about the incarnation of Christ and practices that help quell the anxieties we face.
Naomi’s despair paled in comparison to what she gained. Although the loss of her husband and two sons was devastating, God restored through Boaz and Ruth not only another son, but ultimately brought forth the greatest king Israel had ever known. What neither Naomi nor the author of Ruth knew was that God himself would come to earth through her line, being himself the redeemer for all mankind. Through Christ, humanity’s eternal despair is transformed into eternal hope.