Throughout the history of the Church people have gathered to celebrate the coming of Jesus into Jerusalem. This Sunday will be no different.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/themiddlekingdom/elearning.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAs Covid-19 continues to spread globally schools are asking hard questions about remaining open or moving to online learning. Months ago, the schools in China grappled with that question. Today’s episode explores the journey of one international school in hopes that it can help prepare administrators, teachers, parents, students, and friends for the possible future they might find themselves in. Join us in the
http://traffic.libsyn.com/themiddlekingdom/On_Grief_and_Loss.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadOn today’s show Jenni and TJ take some time to discuss grief and loss. Over the next several months, after the masks are taken off and life returns to “normal,” each person who has been affected by the virus will come to grips with what they have lost. Lost friends who decided not to return. Lost opportunities. Lost jobs. Loss of finances or property
Ruth 2:1-9 God’s providence is working in the ordinary events of our lives to bring about His favor (grace) for all those who take refuge under His wings. Good morning, if you have your Bibles please turn to Ruth Chapter 1: Almost all of chapter one is loss and sorrow and bitterness. Ruth and Naomi are in their dark night of the soul. Husbands have died, sons have
Ruth 1:5-22 Be it in the first act of salvation, the prodigal’s confession, or the daily renewal of the heart, all people are called upon to return to the Lord…however not all do. Good morning, if you have a Bible please be turning to Ruth Chapter 1. I don’t know if you’ve ever done this, perhaps it’s just me, but every time I find myself at the airport
Ruth 1:1-5 As God’s people we can face each loss, each trial, each hardship with hopefulness, knowing that the providence of God is intertwining every event to create something beautiful for us, for His people, and for the world. Good morning, today we begin a new series in the book of Ruth. If you have a Bible, please be turning to Ruth chapter one. It’s found near the beginning
In 1883 Antoni Gaudi began construction on the Sa-gra-da Familia, a church with ambitious architecture. Gaudi attempted things never done before in architecture. It was so complicated that no one really understood it. It wasn’t until the advent of computers and software used in aviation that anyone could duplicate his work. Upon Gaudi’s graduation his professor said of him, today we either stand in the presence of a genius or