Our brief video devotional today is about how the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah had something important to say for New Testament people like us. Take a look!
Christianity spread through powerful preaching. In this video, Wayne Cook discusses the best preachers of the 4th century. You can watch it here.
God cares about our enemies as much as He cares about us. He wants us to love our enemies, too. Watch our video devotional here.
Our video devotional today is from Lidia Ramirez. Enjoy!
Our video devotional from Carolyn Hansen talks about finding your purpose, like Isaiah did. You can watch it here.
It’s a new day! Tom Emmerson shared a video devotional with us and you can watch it here.
We are all eagerly waiting for the time when we can get back together in our church. Now that the Jalisco government has pushed the red button, we can’t even meet as a group of more than ten people, no matter what the reason.
When we sent our survey a few weeks ago, we learned that for every person who was ready to come back to church, two were not. And that was before the recent rise in COVID cases. The leadership of the church understands this cautious approach. After all, even if you feel that you could survive the illness, it would be painful to learn that you might have infected someone else.
However, because of technology, there may be a new way to worship together using our church’s recorded worship services: A Facebook watch party.
We understand that not everyone is on Facebook, or even wants to be on Facebook, but if you are, a watch party may be a good idea for you. Laura McGregor has put together a brief video that explains how to do it — and how to get the most out of a watch party. You can see the video here:
In our video devotional today, Belva shares what’s helping her cope with the COVID lockdown. Please watch it here.
Our video devotional today from Carolyn Hansen talks about All Saints Day — coming up this Sunday — and how we can remember the example of all who have faith in our God.
In today’s video devotional, Tom Emmerson describes poverty of civic involvement and economic poverty — and what the church can do to help. You can watch it here: