For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth.
Romans 1:18 ESV
For the next year and a half (or so) we will be taking a long walk through my favorite book in the Bible (if it is possible to pick one): Romans.
Martin Luther said this about Paul's letter to the church in Rome:
This letter is truly the most important piece in the New Testament. It is purest Gospel. It is well worth a Christian's while not only to memorize it word for word but…
Stonebrook Community Church recently started using a new church management system. As part of the system, we can offer you several new opportunities:
In his sermon this week, Dave mentioned a few additional resources for further study on the topic of biblical submission. We have compiled these resources in our resource library. We realize that many excellent resources exist on the topic, but here are a few good ones.
Have a look!
Women's Ministry is offering a Summer Bible Study called "Praying with Paul," weekly on Thursday evenings June 1-August 6. The cost is $15. Contact Elaine Roys (email@example.com) for more information and to sign up.
It's warming up and I'll bet you can't wait to get outside! Grab some friends & family and join us for Stonebrook Man Olympics on April 18.
Stonebrook will host its annual Good Friday Meal on April 3 at 6 pm. All are invited.
Are you interested in finding out more about Stonebrook, and possible membership? Discovery classes are open to people who are interested in finding out more about Stonebrook.
Jesus wants to know us deeply and He wants us to know Him also. The more deeply we know Him the more we will love and adore Him and be amazed at His mercy, kindness and love for mankind. Come gather with us at the Stonebrook Women's Retreat, Feb. 20-21, as Elaine Roys shares some of what she has learned in over 35 years of following Christ.
Are you considering being baptized? Stonebrook will host baptisms on Sunday, February 8 after the 2nd service at Grand Avenue Baptist Church. Talk to a pastor or call the office (515) 232-6290, if you are interested in being baptized.