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New Street United Methodist Church (NSUMC) in Shepherdstown, WV is currently seeking an energetic and highly motivated individual to perform janitorial functions for the church. The ideal candidate for this position is detail-oriented, flexible and willing to take on non-routine cleaning and special projects as the need arises. The Janitor will be responsible for general […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 13 Reading Tips Philemon – In this letter, Paul asked his friend to free his slave Onesimus and charge anything the slave owes to Paul. Hebrews – The author of this letter is unknown. Using the backdrop of the Old Testament, Christ is explained James – is […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 12 Reading Tips Romans – Paul’s letter to the early church in Rome covers themes such as faith, life in the spirit, and God’s acceptance. 1 and 2 Corinthians – 1) Paul describes what it means to be followers of Christ and to give themselves to the […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 11 Reading Tips Gospel of Mark – This is the shortest of the four Gospels. It focuses on the ministry of Christ beginning with his baptism by John the Baptist and ending with his resurrection. Luke – provides an account of the birth, life, death, and resurrection […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 8 Reading Tips If you are having a hard time following along in the Book of Isaiah, don’t feel bad. This is because of the collection of numerous visions and prophesies relating to various times. Other challenges are posed because the language and ways of the prophets […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 10 Reading Tips We are finishing the Book of Daniel, and reading the 12 books of the minor prophets which will conclude our work in the Old Testament. The 12 books of the minor prophets together are about the length of an average book in the Bible. […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 9 Reading Tips Keep the following in mind as you continue to read the books of the prophets. You will encounter some of these hurdles: Knowing when the prophet is writing, Knowing to whom the prophet is writing, Knowing the circumstances of the prophet’s audience, Knowing whether […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 7 Reading Tips Proverbs is a book of pithy sayings highlighting general principles about how to live wisely. This book, written by a wise teacher, contains a discourse on the meaninglessness of life, even for those who are privileged. That said, the wise teacher concludes by pointing […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 6 Reading Tips The messages from Psalms are timeless, making it the best loved, most read books of the Bible. As you read, mark the ones that are most relevant to you and revisit at a later date. Psalms 2, 8, 16, 22, 45, 69, 72, 89, […]Continue Reading
HELP THE WEST VIRGINIA FLOOD VICTIMS: We will have baskets available for you to give a love offering for the West Virginia flood victims this Sunday, July 3 and July 10. If you would like to donate supplies that are listed below you can bring them to the church and we will be sure they […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 5 Reading Tips We are halfway through the Old Testament and have so far completed 1/3 of Read the Bible in 90 Days. Congratulations! 1 Chronicles reiterates events in 2 Samuel. It differs in that it is written after Judah returns from exile and is intended to […]Continue Reading
Read the Bible in 90 Days – Week 4 Reading Tips (Note: no class today 6/26. Makeup class – 6/28, 900am, Library.) 2 Samuel shows David becoming king over Israel and Judah. David is God’s man, but still falls short of perfection. But his faith in God remains constant. 1 Kings opens with the reign […]Continue Reading