Today we continue the book of Ruth and look at God’s providence and kindness as it touches everyday lives. This series was begun at the beginning of COVID yet still bring great comfort today.
Welcome to another Wednesday in the Word. We are visiting the first study in the book of Ruth from our original Lunch with Nathan series. Join us today as we open up Ruth 1:6.
Today we are rewinding to our previous study of Ruth. This study was launched at the beginning of COVID and provides incredible truths that are just as relevant today as we see a God who is faithful in the midst of our personal struggles.
Open up your Bible and join us for a study in the book of Ruth. Today Pastor Nathan looks at the opening of this short, historical story about God’s providence in the midst of tragedy.
During this time of fear and anger in our nation, it is important for the church to stay grounded in the word and active in prayer. Here is Pastor Nathan with details about a special Thursday prayer service and a change to the Lunch with Nathan Bible study.
How are we to be imitators of Christ in our lives? Open up the book of Ephesians and join Pastor Nathan as he continues our study.SHOW MORE
What does corrupting talk look like and how do we guard against it? What about forums like Facebook and Twitter? Today Pastor Nathan continues to unpack Ephesians to help us understand how to live like Christ.
Pastor Nathan will not be doing the Ephesians study this week in planning for reopening the church per the governor’s allowances. Stay tuned this Wednesday at noon for a special announcement from Pastor Nathan on initial details and first steps for reopening HBC.
What does it mean to put off our old self? How do we deal with the temptations and sinful desires that present themselves every day? Pastor Nathan shares about these things and more on today’s Lunch with Nathan.
You’ve heard it said that we are to “speak the truth in love”, but what does that mean? Also, what does the unity of the church have to do with experiencing the fullness of Christ?
Today Pastor Nathan answers these questions and more by looking deeper at Ephesians 4.
In Ephesians 4, Paul speaks of apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds, and teachers. What is the purpose of these roles and how do they impact the church today?