Have you ever wondered why Jesus participated in a baptism tied to repentance, or why the Bible says that the Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus like a dove, or why the Holy Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness to be tempted?
These moments recorded in the Bible may seem irrelevant to the challenges of your life. However, if you are tired of having to prove yourself to be accepted, if you are weary of chasing love in all the wrong places, if you can’t erase your shame, or if your spiritual life feels like burden that you can’t carry any longer, then the meanings behind these moments in Jesus’ life are just what you need.
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It should catch our attention that less than two full chapters into the Bible, God includes a remarkable and perhaps frightening declaration, “It is not good for man to be alone” (Genesis 2:18). This declaration comes in stark contrast to every other declaration made by God that is recorded in the preceding verses. At every turn, God is looking at what He has made (by merely speaking, nonetheless) and pronouncing it “good.” Suddenly, here at the apex of His creating, He declares something NOT good. And that thing that catches His attention and commands His concern is man being alone.
In response to Jesus’ commission for His followers to go and make disciples in all the earth, we are excited to multiply and plan new churches throughout our rapidly growing City. Each church plant will start as a Providence campus before slowly transitioning to autonomy at it grows in strength and health.
We want to personally invite you to join us in this mission and multiplication effort by being a part of the new church and/or prayer along.
What is Church Revitalization?Church revitalization refers to the process of renewing, reenergizing, and revitalizing a declining or struggling church congregation. A church revitalization is often undertaken when a church is facing prolonged challenges such as...
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