Pull up a chair and open your Bible to Ruth 2 as Pastor Nathan continues our study.
Today in our study we look at the first interaction between Boaz and Ruth and how God’s graciousness is closer than you think. Open up to Ruth 2 and enjoy another Lunch with Nathan.
In today’s study Boaz comes on the scene with blessed words and questions about the young woman, Ruth, who is gleaning in his field. Open your Bible to Ruth 2 and join Pastor Nathan for another encouraging word from this beautiful story.
Today we continue our study of Ruth and consider God’s divine sovereignty over the life of Ruth. Be encouraged, our God is in control.
Ruth and Naomi have both experienced great loss and suffering. How does God enter into this dark time in their life? Join us again for our continued study in the book of Ruth to see how God brings life from the ashes.
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.
This Wednesday Pastor Jeff opens up the book of Psalms to share about the causes and cures for spiritual depression. Even the more mature Christian wrestles with times of depression. Watch, listen and be encouraged by the amazing God who is with us in the midst of difficult times.
This Wednesday Dr. Gnanakan shares from John 1, speaking about the light that is Christ. Just as the fireworks of the 4th of July illuminate the darkness of the night, so does Christ bring light to the darkness.