The Bible is God’s revelation to humanity. It is God's inspired Word. It is our only source for completely reliable information about God, but much of it can be confusing upon first inspection. There is the Old Testament, New Testament, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. How do you decipher the different translations, footnotes and cross references? Where do you begin? How can you even start to read the Bible?
We maintain a few shared playlists on Apple Music & Spotify. They serve two purposes: To allow you to learn songs before we sing them, and to listen to a wider array of songs that we have sung corporately for the life of Good News.
The stewardship of our finances is a tremendous—and often overlooked—area of our lives where we can faithfully proclaim the gospel. Giving strengthens our devotion to Christ and frees us to live open-handedly with the gifts God gives us. We trust in Him and His provision instead of our perceived self-sufficiency. As people of faith, we give faithfully and generously.
At Good News Church, we often do child dedications on Mother’s Day and/or Fathers Day. Those days are fast approaching (Mother’s day is less than three weeks away, and Father’s Day is about nine weeks away.)
We’ve recently had some baptisms at Good News Church, and we’ve got a few more coming up. In light of this, we figured this might be a good time to tell you a little bit about how and why we do baptism the way we do.
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