Dating & Relationships | The Christian Perspective Starting: May 5, 2018 @ 3PM Dr. Benjy Acquah will be hosting a program on Dating & Relationships @ Edmonton Central SDA Church starting at 3pm. Family Games Nite will be at 7pm @ Coralwood Academy.
In this sermon based on Matthew 7:1-5 Pastor John Wesley points out that “The Bible does not teach tolerance, “when it comes to truth” it teaches scrutiny. In the book of Acts the church at Berea was commended for searching the scriptures to see if they were being taught the truth (Acts 17:11).”
In this sermon by Benjy and Debbie Acquah the main thought is “Whatever family circumstance you find yourself in, choose to serve the Lord. In bad times – serve him and in good times, serve him even more. No matter what, serve the Lord faithfully.”
“The Lord’s supper is a participation in the emblems of the body and the blood of Jesus as an expression of faith in Him, our Lord and Savior. In this experience of communion, Jesus Christ is present to forgive, renew our relationship with him and strengthen us as we work for Him and anticipate His
Pastor Wesley preaches on the passage found in Matthew Chapter 6 and verses 25-34 that dwells on the thought of not worrying about tomorrow and in trusting in the Lord to supply our needs.
Guest speakers: Pastor Sandra Deer, Director Alberta Conference Personal Ministries, Women’s Ministries, CHANGE School of Evangelism, KIDS in Discipleship accompany by CHANGE trainers: Kimberly Bailey, Adam Bailey, DJ Jacobson. CHANGE on the Road is a weekend training series designed to inspire and equip all church members in the exciting work of friendship evangelism. The weekend
Joy Petite Ruhigisha, Education Dept. Leader for Edmonton Central speaks on the occasion of ‘Education Sabbath’ about the home being the first school for the child. The take away from the sermon is “Children have never been good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.”
“A London editor submitted to Winston Churchill for his approval a list of all those who had been Churchill’s teachers. Churchill returned the list with this comment: “You have omitted to mention the greatest of my teachers—my Mother.””
“We are accustomed to hearing the biblical phrases “Go ye…” and “Do ye…”. But are we equally familiar with the “Be ye…” imperatives? God does not just command is to “go” and “do”, but also bids us to “be”!”