God Almighty – Genesis 17

God Almighty 6 June 2021 PM – Genesis 17:1-27 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: A young boy travelling by aeroplane to visit his grandparents sat beside a man who happened to be a university professor. The boy was reading a Sunday school take-home paper, and the professor thought he would have some fun with […]

Walk in the Spirit – Galatians 5:25

Walk in the Spirit 6 June 2021 AM – Galatians 5:25 – Holy Spirit – Scott Childs Introduction: If Melody told me, “Do not go into the kitchen”, my first reaction would be to say “Why?” If she answered, “I just mopped the floor.” That reason both informs me and motivates me. Read Gal 5:25. […]

Dealing with Concerns – Genesis 15:1-21

Dealing with Concerns 23 May 2021 PM – Genesis 15:1-21 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: Concerns! We often have concerns. Your concern may be an upcoming exam at school, a leaking water pipe, an unusual noise in your car, a conflict at work, a wayward child, an unsafe situation, or a disease symptom. How […]

Your View of God – Psalm 138:6

Your View of God 23 May 2021 AM – Psalm 138:6 – Humility – Scott Childs Introduction: Some people view God as a myth in which religious people find comfort. Many religious people believe in God, but only seek him in time of need. Often Christians have a head knowledge of who God is, but […]

Abram’s Character – Genesis 14:1-24

Abram’s Character 16 May 2021 PM – Genesis 14:1-24 – Gen2021 – Scott Childs Introduction: The chapter opens with the description of the first war mentioned in the Bible. Four kings from the Fertile Crescent in Mesopotamia (i.e., the area of Babylon) fought with cities in Canaan. They smote the Rephaims near Damascus, the Zuzims […]

Joy in Heaven – Luke 15:1-32

Joy in Heaven 16 May 2021 AM – Luke 15:1-32 – Parables21 – Scott Childs Introduction: The Pharisees and scribes murmured against Jesus because He ministered to sinners. “Lost sinners came to Jesus, not because He catered to them or compromised His message, but because He cared for them.” (W. Wiersbe) To address this murmuring, […]