This Sunday at MCC

7/23/2017

Rooted: Old (Testament) Stories That Connect Us To God & One Another

Have you ever herd some say something like this: “Mary is on fire for God” or “Mark is really on fire for the Lord”? Our story from Daniel 3 fits that phrase quite literally. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego may have been the original “on fire for God” guys. It really is a great story; three young men calmly refuse to worship the gaudy gold image Nebuchadnezzar had constructed of himself. Though the nation gasps and Nebuchadnezzar rages, the faith of these young men not only proves to be courageous but also catching. Join us Sunday morning as we talk about what it takes to be believers in our own alien culture of idols.

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Refresh is back for the summer!  We took time during the Lenten season to reflect on Jesus’ walk to the cross from Ash Wednesday to Good Friday.  Since that series has ended we have celebrated and remembered the Resurrection!  Christ is risen; He is risen indeed!!

After the resurrection, the apostles spread throughout the land sharing the Gospel and baptizing believers.  We will be focusing on reading about their triumphs and struggles for the sake of Christ.

This series will begin on June 18th and go until Labor Day. Unlike the last series, there will be only two posts per day—one in the morning and one in the evening.  The morning devotional will be posted as early as 5am for those who have to go to work early, but the reminder notification won’t be sent until 9am every morning.  The evening devotional will be posted as early as 5pm for those who have to go to sleep early but the reminder notification won’t be sent until 7pm every evening.

For in Him we live and move and have our being.  Let us continue to grow more and more in His likeness and learn to live boldly for the Gospel like those before us!

Blessings,

MCC Staff

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