The Boston Church of Christ leadership is renewing its commitment to quality teaching in our congregation. A recent taskforce on teaching, comprised of elders, evangelists and teachers, proposed a vision statement for our church: “We believe that in-depth, comprehensive and quality teaching is essential for building and maturing the church and should be provided in every ministry setting for the purpose of Biblically grounding and strengthening the disciples of Jesus.”
To create the greatest worldwide worship service ever for God's glory, Jesus taught the original disciples to pray a petition for God’s reign to be over all the earth.
“Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.” Matthew 6:10
"According to The People's Chronology, Paul was beheaded with a sword near Rome, possibly on June 29, 67. This date is open to dispute. Paul's death has been variously placed between 62 and 67. We shall probably never know for sure.
What we do know is that he gave his life for the faith he had persecuted."
Many of us rely solely on SCRIPTURE MEMORY, or READING THE BIBLE IN A YEAR to get God's Word into our hearts and minds. The truth is God has revealed several ways to SATURATE OUR SOULS WITH SCRIPTURE. Are you taking advantage of all of them? Here are some tools from Scripture to help us all!
"Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name..."
From start to finish, this model prayer contains many thoughts to stir worship and praise to our Father in heaven. This will be the first of a series of short devotionals on these inspired, prayerful words uttered by the King of Kings. As we get our heart and thoughts into the word of God, may the word of God get into our thoughts and hearts.
"Our Father in heaven..."
From start to finish, this model prayer contains many thoughts to stir worship and praise to our Father in heaven. This is the second short devotional reflecting on these inspired, prayerful words uttered by the King of Kings. As we get our heart and thoughts into the word of God, may the word of God get into our thoughts and hearts.
Why is this Night Different Than All Other Nights?