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A New Class–Maybe Just For You

By Don Loftis | 12.01.16

In biblical times a generation was viewed as about 40 years.  Through the past century, sociologists have cut that figure to 20, with some wanting to reduce it even more.  A generation’s traits are shaped by the world in which they live.  Therefore, every generation has its own special challenges and unique needs.   This is certainly true regarding the current group, typically labelled “millennials.”    While some see this generation as liberal, disinterested in religion, transient, and overly technologically focused, there are many positive traits as well.  They are optimistic, civic-minded, pragmatic, and socially aware of the needs of others.  In short, they see problems in our global and local societies, and they want answers.   To do a better job of ministering to this crucial generation, we are beginning a new Sunday morning Bible [...]

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A Tool In His Hand

By Don Loftis | 11.16.16

What do Caesar Augustus, Herod the Great, and Archelaus all have in common?  Briefly stated, they were all Roman rulers who wielded a great deal of power in the early years of the First Century.  However, in a broader scope, all of them were used to fulfill God’s prophetic words regarding Jesus Christ.   Augustus declared a taxation requiring all to register in their ancestral cities.  Such an edict led Joseph to travel 60 miles south with Mary, where she fulfilled Micah’s prophecy that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem.  Herod’s threat against the children, forced the family to flee to Egypt.  Their return, according to Mt. 2:14, fulfilled the word of  the prophet who quoted God as saying, “Out of Egypt I called My Son.”  After Herod’s death, his son, Archelaus, still posed [...]

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"So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day." (2 Corinthians 4:16)