THIS SUNDAY, 12/8
Primary Text: Isaiah 26:3-4
CHORAL CHRISTMAS MUSICAL – DECEMBER 15th
We will combine for a single worship service on Dec. 15 (see Holiday Schedule below) to enjoy the musical, His Name is Jesus. Pray for Glenna Applewhite, accompanists and choir as they work to make final preparations. And, by all means, invite a friend to join you.
Doctor Ask Terminally Ill Kids What Really Matters In Life
Here Are Their Answers
I saw this posted on social media recently. As they say, “Out of the mouth of babes…” In this case, these are dying babes. Such wisdom. Brief article. Read it here.
DARWINIAN EVOLUTIONARY THEORY: HAS IT BEEN PROVEN YET?
Below is a quote from atheist NYU philosophy professor, Thomas Nagel. Below Nagel’s quote is a solid interview with molecular biologist, Douglas Axe, on this topic.
“…no viable [scientifically-supported] account, even a purely speculative one, seems to be available of how a system as staggeringly functionally complex and information-rich as a self-reproducing cell, controlled by DNA, RNA, or some predecessor, could have arisen by chemical evolution alone from a dead environment.” – NYU atheist philosopher, Thomas Nagel, positing questions for the origination of human consciousness, cognition, value, and reason.
You can read the interview with Dr. Axe here.
BHBC OFFICE & WORSHIP HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:
12/15 – One Summit Group hour at 9:15; combined worship service at 10:45
12/22 – One Summit Group hour at 9:15; combined worship service at 10:45
12/24 – Christmas Eve Service; 6:30
12/24-25 – Offices closed for Christmas
12/23-31 – Offices open 8:30-noon (closed 12/24-25)
12/29 – One Summit Group hour at 9:15; combined worship service at 10:45
1/1 – Offices closed for New Years Day
QUOTE of the WEEK
“Before we can begin to see the cross as something done for us, we have to see it as something done by us.” – British theologian, John Stott. (In 2005, Time magazine ranked Stott among the 100 most influential people in the world.)
LAUGHTER IS GOOD MEDICINE
I don’t know if this falls under “laughter” or “idiocy”. Regardless, don’t try this at home.
GRACE NOTES: Tell Me About Your Jesus
If a friend (or a stranger) approached you one day and said, “Tell me about your Jesus”, how would you respond. This is how I would respond. Read the blog here.
Soli Deo Gloria, Nick