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Jesus Is Human

Bible in One Year In 2023, the Ginghamsburg Church community is following the Bible in One Year reading plan. Anyone can download the Bible in One Year app and join the discussion in the comments below, or by joining and posting to the ginghamsburg facebook group. The following post is a reflection written by Ginghamsburg Church community member Leo Berbach. Jesus is Human As I was reading through Luke chapters 2-5, I was struck by how Jesus' way of life touched the marginalized and challenged the establishment. He was bold and firm in his actions, even when

March 20th, 2023|

Finding The Good In Everything

Bible in One Year In 2023, the Ginghamsburg Church community is following the Bible in One Year reading plan. Anyone can download the Bible in One Year app and join the discussion in the comments below, or by joining and posting to the ginghamsburg facebook group. The following post is a reflection written by Ginghamsburg Church community member Margie DeHays. Finding the Good in Everything Psalm 33:1-11 Wherever you are, whatever you do, whatever the circumstances, find the good in it all from God. God will be faithful to those who trust and believe at all times.

March 13th, 2023|

It’s Time For A Heart Check

Bible in One Year In 2023, the Ginghamsburg Church community is following the Bible in One Year reading plan. Anyone can download the Bible in One Year app and join the discussion in the comments below, or by joining and posting to the ginghamsburg facebook group. The following post is a reflection written by Ginghamsburg Church community member Lee Davis. It's Time For A Heart Check Proverbs 6:20-29 Mark 12:28-44 Leviticus 13:1-59 Whenever I read the scripture I try to read it from the perspective that it is all about Jesus–because it is! The Old

March 3rd, 2023|

Why Did Jesus Curse The Fig Tree?

Bible in One Year In 2023, the Ginghamsburg Church community is following the Bible in One Year reading plan. Anyone can download the Bible in One Year app and join the discussion in the comments below, or by joining and posting to the ginghamsburg facebook group. The following post is a reflection written by Ginghamsburg Church community member Laura Griffin. Mark 11:1-25 The Lesson of the Fig Tree The account of Jesus cursing a fig tree is as perplexing as it is brief. In three verses, we learn that Jesus was hungry, saw a fig tree, found no figs

February 27th, 2023|

How Can I Fully Rely On God?

Bible in One Year In 2023, the Ginghamsburg Church community is following the Bible in One Year reading plan. Anyone can download the Bible in One Year app and join the discussion in the comments below, or by joining and posting to the ginghamsburg facebook group. The following post is a reflection written by Ginghamsburg Church community member Rich Wallace. How do I fully rely on God? Perhaps the scripture which give both believers and seekers alike the most comfort is the 23rd Psalm. It begins, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” It is classic

February 20th, 2023|
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