Bill Wallace surrendered himself to medical missions as a young man. He gave himself in service to the Chinese of Wuchow, South China. This teaches us something about value and the Christian life, something Jesus teaches us in Matthew 13 with the parable of the treasure hidden in the field and the pearl of great price....Keep Reading
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Measures that we (and others) are taking for this upcoming Lord’s day: 1. We will not have greeters in the doorway handing out worship guides. Instead the guides will be on the tables for you to take as you come in. 2. We will not pass the offering plate during the service. This week, ushers will be stationed at the exits following the service. They will have a plate in their hand for you to drop in your offering and connection cards. In subsequent weeks we anticipate having a locked box at the back for you to do this. Alternatively, online giving is always available through our website: emmanueltuscaloosa.org and click “Give Online” at the very top. 3. For the time being, let’s also avoid handshakes and fist bumps, and opt instead for verbal greetings. ...
Introduction Toward the end of this year, we will pause our study of the book of Matthew to consider our church's role in missions. This brief sermon series will end with a World Missions Offering, 100% of which will leave our church. 70% will be given to the International Mission Board (through the annual Lottie Moon offering), 20% will be given to the North American Mis...Keep Reading