No creed but Christ.
In a world that continues to be polarized, the church must be different.
Hurstbourne is a diverse church, with people from different places, experiences, and points of view who share a common faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior.
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10:30 AM Worship // 9:30 AM Sunday School
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We are told that no one but God can judge, but what does that mean? Today we hear a story of a woman pestering an unjust judge, demanding he give her the justice she is owed. This judge is finally worn down and caves in, giving this woman what she asked. Yet, the story ends with Jesus juxtaposing this judge with God inviting us to wonder how God’s judgement is different.
A word of encouragement came from the prophet Jeremiah to his people: “Live a life that is full – build, plant, eat, love, multiply. Pray for your communities. Keep God in the center of all that is.” We enter worship today with hope in our hearts.
We gather, as God's people, bringing our fears and pain, knowing that when our spirits have grown cold, God rekindles the gift of faith in us.
Jeremiah 32 is one big story, with a lot of dialogue from God. It is another object lesson for Jeremiah.
“Give me an accounting of your management,” the master said to his manager.
On Wednesday night our Adult Bible discussed Salvation and how we can approach it differently. We studied John 3:16, one of the most recognize verses of the Bible. We see it all around us, handwritten on poster boards at sports games, embroidered Jesus-freak apparel, and printed on the bottom of forever 21 bags. Yet, what does that really mean?
WELCOME TO HURSTBOURNE CHRISTIAN CHURCH! “Cheap grace is the preaching of forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline, Communion without confession, absolution without personal confession. Cheap grace is grace without discipleship, grace without the cross, grace without Jesus Christ, living and incarnate.
We are a community of faith that has been created by the love of God. Come and praise God with us. Hear of Christ’s goodness. And receive the Holy Spirit’s gifts of kindness and love.
The Gospel is not all “Joy to the World and Peace like a River.” The work of Christ isn’t always a feel-good moment. In order to follow Jesus, we must be ready to do the work required no matter how divisive it is or how bad it feels.
We stand in line for tickets, books, and gadgets. We place our energy in gathering things that might be of monetary value at some later point. When we have gathered enough, we tend to relax and say to ourselves that it is all right for us to "eat, drink, and be merry". We have done our best. But have we?
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A few years ago, there was a novel written by Homer Hickam, Jr., called Rocket Boys. Subsequently the book was made into a movie, using the anagram title, “October Sky.” The book and the movie tell the true story of Homer Hickam, a teen-ager growing up in the mining town of Coalwood, West Virginia.
Are you being a Disciple of Jesus? Are you learning and growing with Jesus? Are you still actively trying to follow the path of Jesus? The path of following Jesus starts quickly with a confession and a quick dunk in some often-chilly water, but it does not end there.
I pulled into church, lunch in hand. It was hot. My quarter-zip sweatshirt and long Khaki pants were not the right choice for this 100⁰ sunny August day. I ran my fingers threw brow were sweat was already forming. That when it caught my eye, that odd gravesite next to church.
Jordan Adlard-Rogers' life seems more like fiction than reality. Jordan was raised in public housing by a single mother in Porthleven, England. He spent his early adulthood as a struggling care worker, barely making enough to get by. However,
When I first came to Hurstbourne Christian Church my sister got me a Bonsai tree. It is a beautiful Juniper or was a beautiful Juniper. It has two sweeping large branches hanging over a rock wall, and to the side is an interesting little beard figurine with a fishing rod.
Back to School seems to come earlier and earlier…