Archive | January, 2016

“How to Be Spiritually Miserable” by Eric Davis

Published January 25, 2016

(ARTICLE SOURCE: You have to do one thing to ensure a run-in with misery: exist. In a fallen world, it’s inevitable. And, for many, it’s unbearable. Misery: a state of dissatisfaction, unfulfillment, and emptiness. It is the consequence of pursuing something other than the biblical Christ for salvation, satisfaction, and/or stability. Though it may deceitfully appear as happiness in the short-term, it eventually returns with a vengeance, and, in some cases, eternally. Often, the longer it delays its experiential effects, the worse it will be when its numbing smoke and mirrors are removed. But much of misery begins and is compounded in the heart. […]

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“22 Ideas to Help Your Children Study And Love the Bible” by Michelle Brock

Published January 15, 2016

Blog Article Written by Michelle Brock ARTICLE SOURCE: The first time I became aware of my mom’s love for God’s Word, my brother and I were racing around the living room playing hockey. At some point I noticed my mom calmly reading her Bible on our bright orange couch, and I ran to get my little Gideon New Testament to “read” next to her. I probably sat 20 seconds before getting up and running somewhere else. Today I laugh with understanding, thinking of my mama reading the Bible with noisy children running around, and I have a strong desire to […]

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2016 Memory Verses

Published January 1, 2016

CHALLENGE FOR 2016…. We, at PWBC, are taking a new approach to memorizing Scripture in 2016!! This year, we are encouraging our church congregation to memorize a section of scripture together and we hope you will join us! The Scripture we’ll be working on in 2016 is :  Colossians 3:1-13 We will work on a verse each month, 2 verses in June (a baker’s dozen!). At the end of the year you will have this entire section of the Bible memorized! Colossians 3:1-13  ~  Put On the New Self Version: New American Standard Bible JANUARY– -Therefore if you have been raised up with Christ, keep […]

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