Sep21FriSeptember 21, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
THE 6-8 WORD CHALLENGE !!
Last Sunday we enjoyed our launch or kickoff Sunday celebration and barbeque lunch. Thanks to everyone who helped by making the whole Sunday a wonderful day – special thanks to all those who brought, organized and prepared the food indoors (and outdoors); thanks to all those who served and thanks to all...
Sep14Fri"Work out your salvation with fear and trembling." Phil 2:12 September 14, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Last week we were introduced to the DNA group concept for Bethel Church. Here follows some questions and answers regarding DNA groups:
WHAT’S THE SIZE OF A DNA GROUP?
Your size should allow for meaningful connection. A frequently sized group for prayer of this kind is 3 or 3 households; sometimes known as prayer triplets...
Sep7Fri"Work out your salvation with fear and trembling." Phil 2:12 September 7, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
One of things we want to do this church season at Bethel is to encourage one to go deeper in our faith-walk, to take the next step and to take responsibility for the formation and growth of our faith.
Aug24FriSpeaking August 24, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Aug9ThuHumility August 9, 2018
Some practices to help refresh our relationships through humility...
Jul24TueSummertime Review July 24, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Jul13FriJuly 13, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Some practices to help to refresh love…
Jul13FriThe Discipline of Guidance July 13, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Some practices to help to refresh our listening to God…
(based loosely on suggestions of V.E.Hess in THE SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES DEVOTIONAL)
“Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer” (Romans 12:12)
Some practices to help to refresh...
Jun29FriJune 29, 2018 Pastor Eric Groot-Nibbelink
Last week we highlighted the verse, “Rejoice in the Lord always: I say it again, rejoice!” (Philippians 4:4). We heard it as a call for us to cultivate or nurture joy. We can take up the practice of the discipline of celebration. Just as Paul calls us to work out our salvation with fear and trembling, we can work out our joy in the Lord.