The Edwards family gives us a peek into their quarantined life and Sherry opens up the Word.
Then they took what Micah had made, and his priest, and went on to Laish, against a people at peace and secure. They attacked them with the sword and burned down their city. There was no one to rescue them because they lived a long way from Sidon and had no relationship with anyone else. Judges 18:27-28 I have been working my way through a Bible-in-a-year plan the past few months. One thing I’ve learned: the old testament is wild. While stories occasionally leave me shocked, often angry, and sometimes inspired, I’ll admit that much of the Old Testament has … Read More
Pastor Ryan introduces us to Mark Ryan, Generosity Catalyst at New City Church.
The Committee on Discipleship Ministry posted this short devotional about Total Depravity. It’s worth checking out.
“So be careful how you make sense of your life. What looks like a disaster may in fact be grace. What looks like the end may be the beginning. What looks hopeless may be God’s instrument to give you real and lasting hope. Your Father is committed to taking what seems so bad and turning it into something that is very, very good.” Paul David Tripp I don’t know about you, but these words stopped me in my tracks. Found in the last paragraph of the March 31st entry of Tripp’s New Morning Mercies daily devotional, I was struck with … Read More
Serving communion to the body of Christ is one of my favorite things to do at New City Church. Early on, we decided to observe The Lord’s Table every week and, despite the repetition, this moment in the Worship Gathering has never grown tedious or stale. It is such an honor to be able to say a blessing over the people as we share in a meal, together remembering the amazing work of Jesus Christ on the cross. Thus, our time apart over these past few weeks has been especially sad for me. But this coming Sunday is Easter! And … Read More