Herman Witsius on “Thy Will Be Done”

Posted by on Sep 14, 2016 in Uncategorized

A series of dissertations on the Lord’s Prayer, authored by Herman Witsius, has been published and makes for excellent reading.  Unlike many in the 16th & 17th centuries, Witsius is both clear and concise in what he writes.  While you may not appreciate his fashion sense, you would surely benefit from picking up this work.  […]

What does the Bible teach about Peter?

Posted by on Sep 13, 2016 in Uncategorized

Who was the Apostle Peter, according to Scripture? I’m not asking about the things passed down by history and tradition, which may be subject to embellishment, error, or misunderstanding. I’m asking what the Bible, which is inspired of God, teaches. Some Basics “Peter” was a sort of nickname Jesus gave to a man named Simon […]

The King’s True Temple

Posted by on May 10, 2016 in Uncategorized

You’re invited to join us as we finish the Gospel of Mark and discover that the true temple of King Jesus does not sit upon a hill in the Middle East. Previous Sermons in this series: Mark 11:1-11  “All Hail the Son of David” Mark 11:11-21  “A Sandwich, a Plant, and a Temple” Mark 11:22-25  […]

Good Friday, 2016 – 7pm

Posted by on Mar 18, 2016 in Uncategorized

You are most welcome to join us at 7pm on Good Friday (March 25) to reflect upon the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. We will spend about an hour reading Scripture, singing about the cross, and reflecting on its meaning. 3011 Harrison Ave., Cincinnati For help finding us, click here.

Above All Enemies

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Uncategorized

Join us on Sunday mornings as we hear God’s word from Book 1 of the Psalms (Psalms 1-41), where we sing of the Lord’s faithfulness to King Jesus and his Kingdom; the Lord exalts Him above all His enemies, bringing life and blessing to His Kingdom. 10am @ 3011 Harrison Ave., Cincy  Learn more about […]

Reflections on the Two Trees

Posted by on Nov 30, 2015 in Uncategorized

What follows are some reflections from one Reformed pastor who does not pretend to be an authoritative voice and who expects his views to change and mature over time.  As Christians reflect upon the two trees in the Garden, it’s important to be clear that this is truly an intramural issue.  The two trees are […]

Advent 2015 – Evening Services in Harrison

Posted by on Nov 20, 2015 in Uncategorized

Out Advent 2015 series is now finished, but let us never finish reflecting upon the Incarnation. Nov. 29 – “The Son of Mary” Dec. 6 – “The Son of God” Dec. 13 – “The King of Israel” Dec. 20 – “The Savior from Sin”

Thinking Biblically About Refugees

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Uncategorized

If you’re a Christian, you want to be faithful to Jesus Christ in all things, which means you desire to conform your thoughts and actions to the Bible. A series of recent events is challenging us to do so with respect to refugees. Different views are emerging and many are appealing to the Bible as […]

A Tale of Two Seeds

Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in Uncategorized

Join us on Sunday mornings as we hear God’s word from the first book of the Bible, where we discover the ancient gospel promise, that “the seed of the woman” would one day come and conquer the serpent and his seed. 11am @ 3011 Harrison Ave., Cincy  Learn more about our worship services.   Current […]

I Believe… the Holy Catholic Church

Posted by on Aug 14, 2015 in Uncategorized

What does it mean to be “catholic”?  Pause and consider the way(s) you hear this term used.  Your first thought is probably something like this, “Those in submission to the Pope”, i.e., Roman Catholics.  But you might be surprised to learn that the historic branches of Protestantism use the term, as well.  They consider themselves to […]

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