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For the 40 days leading up to Easter we will walk through the story of how God saved the world from the first promise in Genesis to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The death and resurrection of Jesus was not an isolated event in history; it was the fulfillment of God’s plan from the beginning. To be included in the daily devotional email list click here.
You’re invited to Walk With Jesus. This weekend come and enter into the stories of four very unlikely people who encountered Jesus. This year our retreat is taking place just north of Philadelphia in a quiet location that is a perfect place to get away from the rush of life and get rest. Cost is $190/person or $50 for Saturday program only (includes lunch). Registration is open through March 1, 2019. Register online today and invite a friend!
Scripture tells one unified story from Genesis to Revelation, culminating in the person of Jesus Christ. From February–May we will continue following that story in the New Testament. Together, we will see how the New Testament completes the story begun in the Old and consider where and how we fit into that story. This class is led by Jim Neumann in Harris Hall at 9:30 a.m.
The program will have something for everyone! Enjoy organ masterworks such as Toccata and Fugue in d minor by J.S. Bach, Fantasy in F minor by W.A. Mozart, and Final to Symphony No. 1 by Louis Vierne. It will also include some novelty pieces such as Fantasy on Nursery Tunes by Robert Elmore, as well as hymn arrangements. Join us on Saturday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m. Invite a friend!
"Know thyself." This ancient command has always been difficult, and modernity's disorder only further confuses what it means to be human. In this class, we will learn how knowing ourselves as people begins with knowing the God who made us and our Lord Jesus Christ, who was true God and true man. This class is led by Patrick Haley in the Library at 9:30 a.m.
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March, by Rep. John Lewis
In honor of Black History month, Reader's Review is reposting March, the graphic novel written by civil rights pioneer and U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia. Reviewed by...
We Were Eight Years in Power, by Ta-Nehisi Coates
Reviewed by Sylvia Kocses. In honor of Black History month, this recent review of We Were Eight Years in Power deserves a second look, if you didn't catch it the first time it...