The Reflections Magazine

A few times every year we gather writings, stories, and pictures from our members around a certain theme and print it in a church magazine. We hope these reflections on life and spirituality will be a blessing and encouragement to you as you seek after our Savior.

Spring/Summer 2018

Theme: Love Your Neighbor

Winter 2017

Theme: Missions

Spring 2017

Theme: Redemption

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The Berean Blog

Christians are very familiar with the Great Commission Christ gave to us after the resurrection.  We are called upon to “go and make disciples of all nations”.   I think we can all agree this requires stepping out of our comfort zones.   Even those first century Christians found staying in Jerusalem much more comfortable than venturing…

The new year is often a time when we re-evaluate priorities and set goals as we reflect back on the previous year. In light of this, it is a healthy time for us to reorient our life for the purpose of mission. So to this end, here are five rhythms you can adopt in your…

Incarnation is a word frequently used by Christians, especially around Christmas time.  It means the ‘act of being made flesh’.  It comes from the early Latin version of John 1: 14:  “The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us…”, and the term has stuck through these many centuries.  There are many references to…

In the Old Testament, we can find the Book of Obadiah.  The book is only one chapter long, and is a prophesy against the nation of Edom.  Edom is confident in its security thanks to its mountainous strongholds.  Obadiah wrote, “The pride of your heart has deceived you, you who live in the clefts of…

In the Book of Hebrews, chapters 3 and 4 we read about ‘God’s rest’.  What does that mean?  We can understand earthly rest.  When we get tired from our daily affairs, we can sit down, or take a nap, we rest.  But, this kind of rest depends on earthly circumstances.  Are the kids bothering you? …

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