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Posts from September 2013

A Social Metropolitan

Social media is a part of daily life for many of us. I’m reminded of this each time I need to recharge my phone battery due to excessive texting, tweeting, Facebooking, pinning, emailing and web-surfing. I spend a lot of time communicating digitally.

I Know You Love Her, But Do You Like Her?

This is a famous line spoken by Jimmy Stewart in the acclaimed movie, Shenandoah. In this scene, a suitor asks Jimmy for his daughter’s hand in marriage.  Shenandoah has been a Hoffsommer family favorite, and this line has been something I have pondered most of my life. There is a lot of truth in it.

Walking in Jesus' Footsteps

Jesus worked closely with a small group of men and women, His disciples, in whom He invested His whole life. It was Jesus’ passion to meet people where they were, in all of life’s circumstances. The problems of everyday life were the platform He used to train and equip His followers.

Tornado Relief Project Update

Come join us in helping victims of the Moore tornado on Saturday, September 28, from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. We have been in contact with a couple of families that are in the process of rebuilding their homes after the Moore tornado. One of these homes is directly across the road from where Briarwood Elementary once stood.  We’re looking for able-bodied volunteers of all skill levels.

Come Pray with Us

Each year on the Saturday prior to the Missions Festival, we have a prayer breakfast. A delicious continental feast is served, then we take the time to pray for the missionaries who will be attending. We have received specific needs from them and honor their request to pray for what is on their hearts for their families, their work, and for those to whom they minister.

Middle School Sunday Nights

Our Missions Festival this month is a great reminder of our role in sharing the Good News with those who do not know God. It is an inspiring time to see what God is doing throughout the world.  I was also inspired this past Sunday as I got to be a part of a group of students who are passionate about sharing the Gospel with others. Twice a month on Sunday nights, middle school students are meeting to learn how to build deeper relationships and intentionally go about sharing the Gospel.

What Is a Faith Promise?

A faith promise is a personal commitment to the Lord God that, as He provides, you will give a certain amount monthly to support world missions through our church. We believe God blesses churches and individuals that faithfully support the advancement of the message of Jesus Christ all around the world. The promise is a faith promise It is based on faith.

Who’s in My Sunday School Class?

One of the features of our Missions Festival is to have visiting missionaries share about their ministries in our Sunday School classes. This is a great opportunity for a “first person” look at what God is doing in other parts of the world. We know that you will be encouraged and challenged by these guests […]