Feed Your Body and Soul
Join us on Wednesday Nights (February 7 – March 21). We will share a meal made up of what you and others bring to Armstrong Hall. Then, break into three groups to study three different video-based topics from Paul Tripp. Join at any time. The lessons are tied together but each is strong enough to stand alone.
6:30 - 7:15 PM Fellowship Dinner (bring a main dish and more to share)
7:20 PM Child care begins
7:25 - 8:25 PM Video Lesson followed by discussion
8:30 PM Child care ends
Youth Topic: Good and Angry
We experience anger every day. It seems so natural.
But not all anger is wrong. As Paul David Tripp teaches, anger is also a very good quality. Our God is filled with holy anger and we must share in His character.
As God's image-bearers we have the capacity for godly anger. But sin has corrupted our hearts, so we also have the capacity for resentment and hatred. What started out as good becomes selfish and destructive
Don't try to manage your anger by putting a lid on it. Deal with the root problems get biblical hope as you face it.
The Bible is shockingly honest about anger's cause and very encouraging about its cure.
Parenting Topic: Getting to the Heart of Parenting
Parenting is hard, but there are few things in life that rise to this level of importance. God has chosen parents to be primary instruments in the shaping of a human soul.
So often we get it wrong by using power to get our children to behave in certain ways. We establish laws and then play the role of police officer and judge.
As Paul Tripp explains, parenting is so much deeper than rules and regulations. A biblical view teaches that parenting is all about the exposure and change of a child's heart.
Permanent behavioral change only occurs when the heart of a person is changed by grace. Getting to the Heart of Parenting covers principles of grace for children 0-5, 6-12, and 13-18.
Learn how to become an instrument of heart-changing grace in the lives of your children.
Adults: Portrait Of A Struggle
Why is there so much hurt and pain in the world? Why are the normal things of everyday life such a struggle?
In the midst of the difficulty, we’re tempted to give up. We’re tempted to question God and His character. But in His love, God has chosen to keep us in this broken world.
God uses these hardships to do wonderful things in us. But more wonderful is the fact that we’re not alone in the struggle.
You don’t have to face these difficulties alone. Your Redeemer lives smack dab in the middle of your struggle.
Watch the portrait of everyday life painted in a much better way.