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In the Biblical context, the number 30 is representative of dedication to a specific task or calling. The Great Commission is not only a calling that applies to a “chosen few” to serve as foreign missionaries, but to every believer — whether in vocation or in lifestyle. Moving forward, 30 is not just a number, it’s not only a transition of seasons, or a journey that progresses through the wilderness to the promised land, but it is an undertaking to pioneer the Kingdom to those who have never heard the Good News of Jesus Christ. Fulfilling the call of God on our lives may look different from person-to-person, and there’s certainly no guideline or manual on how to do that, other than walking in obedience to Holy Spirit. Continue reading numbers

online church: God rescues the Israelites

“Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and the Israelites went through on dry ground with a wall of water on their right and on their left.” Exodus 14:27, 29 Exodus 12:1-42; Exodus 14:5-31 Moses did as God commanded him, and went to speak to Pharaoh, saying, “Let God’s people go!” Moses and his brother Aaron  went to Pharaoh and did everything God commanded. … Continue reading online church: God rescues the Israelites

online church: God has a plan for Joseph

“You will be in charge of my palace, and my people will submit to your orders. Only with respect to the throne will I be greater than you.” Genesis 41:40 Genesis 37 – 50 The bottom of the pit was dark and cold. Joseph looked up, and saw some movement at the top. There were many voices talking together in a language that he did … Continue reading online church: God has a plan for Joseph

online church: God sends Miriam to help Moses

“She named him Moses, saying, “I drew him out of the water.” Exodus 2:10 Pharaoh was a cruel and strict king. He wanted the Israelites to work as slaves and build big palaces and temples for him. One day, Pharaoh realised that the Israelites were becoming more than the Egyptians. “The Israelites are slaves,” Pharaoh said to himself. “If they become too many, they will … Continue reading online church: God sends Miriam to help Moses

online church: God promises a son to Sarah

“God has brought me laughter, and everyone who hears about this will laugh with me.” Genesis 21:6 Genesis 18:1-15; Genesis 21:1-6 One day Sarah was sitting in the shade of the tent, fanning herself to cool off. The sun was blazing, and it was too hot to work outside. The camels were sleeping in the shade, and the sheep were gathered around the cool water … Continue reading online church: God promises a son to Sarah

online church: God promises a son to Abram

“Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your very great reward.” Genesis 15:1 Abram stood on the hill overlooking the valley. In the distance, he could see the lights of the city. The night was quiet and a cool breeze blew across the hilltop. Abram looked up at the stars above him. They were spread out like bright jewels on a dark velvet … Continue reading online church: God promises a son to Abram

online church: God tells Noah to build a big boat

“I have put my rainbow in the clouds… The waters will never become a flood to destroy all life again.” Genesis 9:13, 15 One afternoon, Noah was sitting in the shade watching his sons play with a ball. Shem passed the ball to Ham while Japheth tried to stop him from scoring a goal. Noah laughed aloud when Shem gave Ham a high five after … Continue reading online church: God tells Noah to build a big boat

online church: God created us for relationship

“You must not eat the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden.” Genesis 3:3 On a sunny afternoon, Eve was sitting on a rock, when she saw a creature she had never seen before.                 “Who are you?” she asked.                 “I am the sssssserpent,” said the creature, flicking its long tongue. “Do you sssssssmell the delicioussssss fruit on that Tree?” The … Continue reading online church: God created us for relationship

online church: in the beginning

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 Everything began when God said, “Let there be light!” Then God separated the light from the darkness. All in one day! God called the darkness night, and the light day. This was the very first day. The next day God made water. It bubbled and whooshed, and it covered the earth with oceans … Continue reading online church: in the beginning