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2018 Theme

What does the number 2018 signify? Why a new year of course… another trip around the sun and back to where we started. It tells us that we have made the journey more than two thousand times since the birth of Christ. It represents the flow of time… cyclic, repeating itself and yet moving forward. It represents the new year that comes after the old year 2017. It represents the moving forward and coming back, which is part and parcel to what life is all about. It is with this in mind that we come to our theme for 2018… “Renew!” This word will be the focal point for the year. “Renew”… what a great word that is: “Re” means “back” or “again.” “New” means… Well, it means what it says. “New.” The idea is that everything can be “new again.” Old things are still around. But they aren’t old anymore. The Apostle John proclaims it in Revelation 21:5. 5 He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.” 2018 is the year for renewal. Let’s seek it in all areas of our spiritual lives.

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    2018 Theme

    What does the number 2018 signify? Why a new year of course… another trip around the sun and back to where we started. It tells us that we have made the journey more than two thousand times since the birth of Christ. It represents the flow of time… cyclic, repeating itself and yet moving forward. It represents the new year that comes after the old year 2017. It represents the moving forward and coming back, which is part and parcel to what life is all about. It is with this in mind that we come to our theme for 2018… “Renew!” This word will be the focal point for the year. “Renew”… what a great word that is: “Re” means “back” or “again.” “New” means… Well, it means what it says. “New.” The idea is that everything can be “new again.” Old things are still around. But they aren’t old anymore. The Apostle John proclaims it in Revelation 21:5. 5 He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.” 2018 is the year for renewal. Let’s seek it in all areas of our spiritual lives.

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Why Am I Going to Church?

A few weeks ago, Manny and I, while getting ready to go to church very early in the morning had a brief conversation…

Manny: Where are we going?
Me: To the Church
Manny: Are we going to the class to learn about God?
Me: Yes and also to worship God.

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The “Us” and “Them” World vs. the Kingdom of God

Human’s love, love, love each other. Don’t we? Maybe what I mean to say is that we humans just love, love, love each other when it’s just “Us.” Confused? Stop and think about the people that you love, the people that you know, that you care about, that you would gladly do anything for. Chances are, for most of you reading this; the number of people you love is a very small number of people out of the 8 billion that are currently alive on the planet. In fact, it’s probably smaller than 100 total people or 0.00000125% of people alive today. Crazy, Right?

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Surrounded

When I hear that word my mind goes back to TV shows, action movies or books where someone says with great anxiety, “we’re surrounded.” It’s a bad situation! You better say your prayers! Very little hope of making it out alive! It’s also sometimes used that way in the Bible. One of the famous ones is in 2 Kings 6 when the servant of Elisha the prophet got up for an early morning stroll and saw his city was surrounded by a strong enemy force, an army of horses and chariots. I can hear the fear in his voice when he said to his master Elisha, “Oh, my lord, what shall we do?” It seemed hopeless!

Is it also possible to be surrounded by the enemy in the spiritual realm? Jesus encountered powerful demonic forces frequently, and we are to put on the armor of God to fight against spiritual forces in the heavenly realms (Eph. 6). They are unseen, but they are there and may be many!

But there’s Good News! Something else surrounds God’s people!

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Let It Grow

Singing Oaks has just begun a new season with Grow Groups meeting, the return of Wednesday night meals (Can I get an AMEN?), new teachers in Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry, and Adult Ministry, kids moving into new classrooms, and new opportunities to serve at the Salvation Army, Arms of Hope, Walk for Water, and even a new Prowell baby coming to a nursery near you soon! We are, as a church family, brand new and shiny!

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Joy Rides, Bad Burgers, and Jesus

Did you hear about the 8 year old boy who stole the family car and drove to McDonalds? Sounds like the opening line of a joke, but it was actually in the news recently!

Here’s the report from nydailynews.com:

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