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Rev. Dr. Jeffrey W. Tilden
Luke 7:36-38
1 hr 4 mins 37 secs
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As Christians we understand the importance of gratitude and strive to foster a lifestyle of gratitude in the children who are under our care. Like the sinful woman who anointed Jesus’ feet, our gratitude for all that God has done for us expresses itself in acts of love and service toward others. In gratitude, we love God and we love our neighbor. Ultimately, gratitude is an act of worship—we worship God with grateful hearts and our lifestyle becomes an act of worship as we serve others just as Jesus served us.
Rev. Dr. Jeffrey W. Tilden
Acts 11:19-26
1 hr 4 mins 12 secs
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It was from Antioch that Christianity launched its worldwide mission and there believers were first called Christians, or “Christ-Ones.” The “Oneness” of faith in Jesus Christ among the Christians at Antioch was the secret of Antioch. Their unity was not based on race, nationality or gender but on their unified faith in Christ. With such unity, the church was more than a collection of individuals. It was a spiritual family. In this message I will ask, how can our homes be a model for Christian community, how can we grow the partnership between our resident home and our spiritual home and how can we help children to become more involved with their spiritual family?
After Epiphany
In this message will contrast the disaster that befell Jonah when he turned away from God’s purpose and the blessings that came to the Ninevites when he discovered God’s plan and followed it. As we consider the children under our care, I will look at the definition of God’s purpose, the scope of God’s purpose and the outcome of a life lived in harmony with God’s purpose. As Christian, we understand that God has a unique purpose for each of our children. Our task as caring adults is to help our children discover God’s unique purpose for their lives.
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