It will be easy to see the economic predictions and choose to cut back on our offerings. Our ministry needs, however, as a church are only growing day by day.
There will be so many gospel opportunities when this is over. They may look very different than they did in the previous weeks but they will be plentiful. We need to be poised to meet those needs head-on in Jesus’ name. We need our church to be stronger than ever on the other side of this.
Our prayer is that we give more in this crisis than we were before.
Mail checks to:
P.O. Box 324 Richmond, Ky 40476
WEEK OF SUNDAY, 5/17/2020
Curriculum Section: Unit 21, Session 2
Need the Curriculum for Your Kids?
1.) Which Old Testament prophet wrote the scroll Jesus read from?
2.) When did Isaiah write these word?
3.)What did Jesus teach about the Messiah?
4.)How did the people of Nazareth respond to Jesus?
5.) What makes people special?
Long before Jesus was born, Isaiah the prophet talked about God’s plan to send a Messiah to the earth. Jesus is the One God promised to send. Jesus would bring good news and help people who were hurting.
As we move toward resuming in person corporate worship. The priority for each and every Ashland attender must by our own hearts. Remember as the prophet Jeremiah declares, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?” (Jeremiah 17:9 Therefore, we must be first and [...]
Paul finds joy in his prayers for the church in two ways. (1) He thanks God for what He has done in their lives. (2) He prays for what God has promised to do in their lives. Instead of complaining and doubting others, how might you pursue joy in praying [...]
When our joy becomes enslaved or dependent upon anything other than Jesus we will live in disappointment instead of contentment. How have you experienced this in your life? What or who have you found yourself enslaved to and thus thoroughly disappointed? How has this time in quarantine exposed this in [...]