Sabbath Recorder – June 2024

Written by Jeremiah Owen

May 30, 2024

In this issue of the Sabbath Recorder:

  • Jesus said, “Feed My Sheep.” – Explore how we nurture new believers and support new church plants through the Stir & Spur Program, led by Pastor Dave Stall. Discover Joshua Coleman’s experience and insights on planning and executing community events.
  • 2024 SDB Summit Highlights – Over 70 pastors, ministry leaders, and church planters gathered in South Jersey for learning, fellowship, and worship. Learn about the impactful discussions and diverse representation from over 35 SDB churches.
  • The Book of Revelation: As When A Lion Roars – Dennis Coleman’s study on Revelation 10 delves into the symbolism and messages within this powerful chapter.
  • Disasters and Relief Efforts – Andrew Samuels reports on the devastating natural disasters affecting Seventh Day Baptists in Kenya, Burundi, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Learn how SDBs are balancing faith and works to provide relief and recovery.
  • Digging Old Wells: An Inheritance for the Church in Exile – Evan Dollar discusses the importance of returning to the foundational principles of faith and how they can revitalize and sustain our communities.

Other Notable Articles:

  • We Are the Church! by JR Schick – A powerful reminder of the church’s mission to meet people where they are and serve them with God at the center.
  • Nurturing New Churches by Phil Lawton – Insights on building and nurturing intentional relationships to foster church growth.
  • The Infamous Dandelion by Ellie Greene – A reflection on the parable of the sower and the importance of addressing the “weeds” in our faith.

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