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

After the experience in Philippi, Paul and his companions traveled to Thessalonica.  Later when Paul wrote to the Thessalonians, he reminded them of his difficulties in Philippi.  “We had previously suffered and been insulted in Philippi as you know, but with the help of our God we dared to tell you His gospel in spite…

Every summer Berean takes on summer interns to help with summer ministry and outreach. They assist in almost all areas of ministry at Berean and are a integral part of our strategy to equip the next generation of church leaders. Take a moment a read about our 2019 summer interns below and if you see…

After Paul completed his successful first mission trip, he returned to Antioch in Syria to begin preparing for his next trip.  Before beginning this trip, he first had to help settle a dispute that had developed in the early church.  Many of the church leaders wanted the new Gentile converts to become Jews first, which…

After Paul’s conversion, he spent a short time with the disciples, and then went out to preach the Good News.   Unfortunately, he was not well received.  People remembered it was Paul who had persecuted the church, and Paul’s old friends were justly confused about Paul’s new behavior.   So, reluctantly, Paul returned to his hometown of…

First of all, let me apologize to those who were expecting part 2 of my blog on the Apostle Paul.  I kind of lost track of the dates.  The blog on Paul will appear next. Today, I am thinking about Palm Sunday which has just passed.   We are all pretty familiar with the events of…

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