Winter Retreat Enjoyments!

“This winter retreat, I really enjoyed sledding and making a Peppa Pig-shaped snowman, but what was most enjoyable to me was delving into the riches in the book of Nehemiah! It was so wonderful to get into the Word, and because we were reading together in small groups, I was able to understand and receive more of Nehemiah than I would have had I read it on my own. Something that particularly stood out to me was a characteristic of Nehemiah— he was a man of prayer whose first instinct in every situation was to pray to God. May we all be like Nehemiah in choosing to put prayer as our first and foremost priority!” — Bethany L “The winter retreat was such a fun and amazing experience! The effect

1 Corinthians Chapter 7

“This past week in Bible study we covered 1 Corinthians 7. I really appreciated the fact that Paul was so close to God that when he gave his opinion, it was God speaking through him. We see this in verses 10, 12, 25, and 40. In verse 40 Paul says, ‘But she is more blessed if she so remain, according to my opinion; but I think that I also have the Spirit of God.’ As Christians, we are one spirit with the Lord (1 Corinthians 6:17). Being one with Lord means that the Lord is in us so therefore when we minister to someone, whether it be a believer or a nonbeliever, it is God speaking through us. We are merely the instruments that God uses to do His will.” — Cherie H. “I really appreciated the Bi

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