This is a clip from an Apologetics.com show from 30 Sep 2017 entitled "Culture & Apologetics: A Continuing Conversation" Jon Noyes and Harry Edwards are co hosts and they strike up a conversation with a caller named Glen. This is really a beautiful display of being lovely while we oppose culture and different opinions. Wouldn't it be amazing if we could have a disagreement with people who don't believe what we believe, and still be friends?
Get your tickets now for Tortured for Christ a film about a man named Richard Wurmbrand who spent 14 years in a Romanian prison for holding to his belief in Christ. This movie will be shown on 11 March 2018 here at Maranatha Bible Church. Tickets are $4.00 but they are limited so act soon. More info and tickets can be found here: https://www.tugg.com/events/tortured-for-christ-movie-nxd5
Sunday 9:00 - 10:00 AM, on Christmas eve we will be having our morning service, but there will be no Bible Bistro.
Then at 6:00 PM we will be having our Christmas eve service.
On New Years Eve we will have the morning service from 9:00 - 10:00 AM as usual, but there will be no Bible Bistro.
After this we will go back to our regularly scheduled program, thank you.
Just a note to those who may be new, or who may have just found our site:
We normally meet on Sunday mornings at 9:00 to 10:30 Am. Then from 11:00 - 12:00 we have what is called Bible Bistro. AKA Sunday school. The first Sunday of the month is a little different in that instead of Bible Bistro we have communion and normally a pot providence after.
The next coed Hub shoot will be on Tuesday 12 September, 2017, 5:45 pm at The Hub. This is a free event for everyone, whether you're new to firearms or a veteran, if you're interested it'll be a great time. Remember to bring: a firearm and ammo, and hearing and eye protection. If you're missing any of these, they can be bought or rented at The Hub.
Daniel has been mourning here in chapter 10, for the trials God had shown were to come upon his people, and he had sought assurance from God that they would not be destroyed by the particularly intense persecution that the last part of the preceding vision describes. In fact, he may have been troubled by even more immediate concerns. The third year of the reign of Cyrus in Babylon would have been the year 535/534 B.C., just a few years before his death.