In the last chapter of Romans, the Apostle Paul says hello to a lot of people in the Roman church by name (Romans 16:3-16). And if you’re like me, then you don’t recognize any of those names and don’t even know how to pronounce them. But that’s okay. Nobody really knows who they are, because they were just good, normal, ordinary people. Well we are too, so what can learn about doing church from these fine folks in Rome? How does ordinary turn into great?
I’m especially excited about two things mentioned in the newsletter from this month. First is the Beginning Faith class, which will start this August. Second is the church’s 100th anniversary, which we’ll celebrate next August. I think the two are wonderfully connected. The Beginning Faith class is for new Christians and older kids who are interested […]