Tuesday, November 24, 2009

True Value

Message from Sunday,
November 15:

True Value (Ecclesiastes 1:16-2:11)

Real meaning in life cannot be found in knowledge, pleasure or work; it comes from a life surrendered to God.

Thanksgiving Can Change Your Life

Message from Sunday,
November 22:

Thanksgiving Can Change Your Life (Ephesians 5:19-20)

A thankful attitude will make us happier, make us better witnesses of Christ’s love, and enhance our relationships with others.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Gifts That Keep On Giving

Message from Sunday,
November 8:

Gifts That Keep On Giving (Philippians 4:15-19)

When we give, the blessings we receive outweigh our original investment.

Saturday, November 07, 2009

New clinic to provide care to people lacking health insurance

In the midst of the debate regarding health care for the uninsured there emerges a group that is doing more than just talk. Faith Family Clinic of San Antonio will open soon to provide quality, affordable medical care to the working uninsured. Their mission statement reads, “Faith Family Clinic exists to show and share the love of Jesus Christ by providing health and wellness services to the underserved.”

The clinic is made possible through generous donations of money, services and time. This is not a new phenomenon. Most hospitals throughout the world have been started by churches or other religious groups.

While the actual number of Americans lacking health insurance is debatable, the fact that there are too many is not. Christians have seen this as an opportunity to show the love of Jesus Christ in a practical way and have started clinics like this around the country.

Faith Family Clinic is currently taking applications for their first patients. Cost will be from $10 - $50 depending on family size and income.

May God bless and multiply this ministry.

Monday, November 02, 2009

It's all His Anyway 2

Message from Sunday,
November 1:

It's all His Anyway (Psalm 89:11)

God owns all things and we are only the managers, therefore what we do with our stuff matters.