God is holy. Therefore, we should worship Him with reverence. Check out some thoughts about our upcoming Sunday School lesson on Leviticus 8-10.
One of the joys at Vision of Hope is that we get to supervise the Safe Haven Home next door to our property. Safe Haven is a two year old, beautiful home that helps domestic violence victims, flood and fire victims, and others who find themselves temporarily displaced for a variety of reasons. Recently, a… Read More»
The following article by Stacy Clardie is the fourth in a series that shares our Pastors’ testimonies of how the Lord led them to Faith Church. David Selvey, essentially, spent 10 years in preparation to be a missionary in Spain. While serving in the Air Force out of high school, Selvey was sent near Madrid near the end… Read More»
The following lesson was taught in our children’s Sunday School classes on Sunday, January 25. We would encourage you to use the ideas below to review Sunday’s lesson with your family. God Ordains the Sacrificial System Passage: Leviticus 1–7 Principle: God’s holiness requires a sacrifice for sin. Praise: “Trust and Obey” Prompt: Ask your child… Read More»
As our Sunday School classes launch into their study of the book of Leviticus, it may be helpful for you to review the summary below about the various sacrifices outlined in the first seven chapters of this book. You can also check out more thoughts about out upcoming lesson in our video preview.
“Pride comes before a fall.” Many of us have heard this phrase – taken from Proverbs 16:18 – jokingly stated to a cocky participant in a competitive event. But that’s not the only thing the Bible says about pride. All throughout the Bible, we see warnings against pride. To name a few: “For if anyone… Read More»
I did my internship with the Indianapolis Indians baseball ticket office. It was one of the best experiences I could have asked for. I was able to learn the ins and outs of the ticket office. On a day-to day basis the employees make sales calls, reserve seats online, and work with businesses to… Read More»
My time at Lafayette Region Rehabilitation Hospital was a fantastic experience that I am very thankful for. I was able to work with great people and facility. One of my favorite parts of this experience was being able to get to know the patients that I worked with. One in particular was a very sweet… Read More»
Conviction. What comes to mind when you read that word? Worry? Anxiety? Guilt? Shame? Or do you see conviction as a marvelous and merciful work of our gracious Savior? When you sin, you are choosing to worship something other than God. This puts something in between you and your relationship with God, and it is… Read More»
The following lesson was taught in our children’s Sunday School classes on Sunday, January 18. We would encourage you to use the ideas below to review Sunday’s lesson with your family. God’s Presence Fills the Tabernacle Passage: Exodus 33–34, 40 Principle: God is merciful and faithful. Praise: “I Will Sing the Mercies” Prompt: Ask your… Read More»