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Podcasts

Here you can find the audio podcast of our services as well as a video that is interpreted for the hearing impaired (as of March 18, 2012).  Interpreted podcasts will only be available when our interpreter is present during the morning service.

E-vangelism

I Corinthians 9:22:  "I have become all things to all people that by all means I might save some."  Paul was radical in his outreach to the gentiles.  Jesus was radical himself.  He told Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest, that if "you have seen me, you have seen the Father."  British missionaries preached to a tribe in Zimbabwe, the Zanaki people.  They related the bible verse that Jesus would stand at the door an knock for people to let him in.  But, in Zanaki culture respectable people did not knock on the door because there were no doors.  Instead, people would call out at the door.  Anyone inside would recognize others in the village by their voice.  Only thieves would knock to avoid having their voice recognized.  The British missionaries naturally adapted the translation to say Jesus stood at the door and called.  The world wide web has a well deserved reputation as a bastion of decadence.  Three major developments have transformed the world and communication. The Romans opened up the world by the development of roads.  The printing press opened books to common people.  A billion people per month use the internet.  By 2010, 20 percent of the population will get their religious experience online.  Let's talk about e-vangelism.  We can reach others for Christ through the internet.  Like Kevin Costner in the movie, Field of Dreams, "if you build it, they will come".  If you write it, someone will read it.  You can blog. You can YouTube.  You can write about a topic of interest and have a link about the author and your relationship with God.  You can join a chat room.  Write out your testimony and fine-tune it for good reading.  Search online for digital tracts.  Check out MyChurch as an alternate to MySpace.  See GodTube.  You can find online confessionals.  Do not let the devil have ownership of the internet.

Listen Now!

 

E-vangelism

I Corinthians 9:22:  "I have become all things to all people that by all means I might save some."  Paul was radical in his outreach to the gentiles.  Jesus was radical himself.  He told Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest, that if "you have seen me, you have seen the Father."  British missionaries preached to a tribe in Zimbabwe, the Zanaki people.  They related the bible verse that Jesus would stand at the door an knock for people to let him in.  But, in Zanaki culture respectable people did not knock on the door because there were no doors.  Instead, people would call out at the door.  Anyone inside would recognize others in the village by their voice.  Only thieves would knock to avoid having their voice recognized.  The British missionaries naturally adapted the translation to say Jesus stood at the door and called.  The world wide web has a well deserved reputation as a bastion of decadence.  Three major developments have transformed the world and communication. The Romans opened up the world by the development of roads.  The printing press opened books to common people.  A billion people per month use the internet.  By 2010, 20 percent of the population will get their religious experience online.  Let's talk about e-vangelism.  We can reach others for Christ through the internet.  Like Kevin Costner in the movie, Field of Dreams, "if you build it, they will come".  If you write it, someone will read it.  You can blog. You can YouTube.  You can write about a topic of interest and have a link about the author and your relationship with God.  You can join a chat room.  Write out your testimony and fine-tune it for good reading.  Search online for digital tracts.  Check out MyChurch as an alternate to MySpace.  See GodTube.  You can find online confessionals.  Do not let the devil have ownership of the internet.

Listen Now!

 

E-vangelism

I Corinthians 9:22:  "I have become all things to all people that by all means I might save some."  Paul was radical in his outreach to the gentiles.  Jesus was radical himself.  He told Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest, that if "you have seen me, you have seen the Father."  British missionaries preached to a tribe in Zimbabwe, the Zanaki people.  They related the bible verse that Jesus would stand at the door an knock for people to let him in.  But, in Zanaki culture respectable people did not knock on the door because there were no doors.  Instead, people would call out at the door.  Anyone inside would recognize others in the village by their voice.  Only thieves would knock to avoid having their voice recognized.  The British missionaries naturally adapted the translation to say Jesus stood at the door and called.  The world wide web has a well deserved reputation as a bastion of decadence.  Three major developments have transformed the world and communication. The Romans opened up the world by the development of roads.  The printing press opened books to common people.  A billion people per month use the internet.  By 2010, 20 percent of the population will get their religious experience online.  Let's talk about e-vangelism.  We can reach others for Christ through the internet.  Like Kevin Costner in the movie, Field of Dreams, "if you build it, they will come".  If you write it, someone will read it.  You can blog. You can YouTube.  You can write about a topic of interest and have a link about the author and your relationship with God.  You can join a chat room.  Write out your testimony and fine-tune it for good reading.  Search online for digital tracts.  Check out MyChurch as an alternate to MySpace.  See GodTube.  You can find online confessionals.  Do not let the devil have ownership of the internet.

Listen Now!

   

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