AM USCD Prays to Welcome Students, Open the Way for U.S. West Coast Mission
AM UCSD is praying to welcome more students to the fellowship by Pentecost and into June and prepare so that they may grow in faith in Jesus Christ and to live for God's Kingdom.
The chapter is moving forward with regular goal-oriented evangelism with an aim and vision to increase the number of bible study students and leaders for the expansion of West Coast mission in the United States. The chapter hopes that those who are called to study God's word can develop into leaders that guide programs that also bring others closer to the Lord and the community of believers in Jesus Christ.
AM UCSD is hopeful that the chapter can grow at the school through students that have a passion for the Lord and seek to expand the ministry. Official registration of the chapter as a student organization at the university will be an important step in that direction.
Pray for AM at UCSD, so that the growing mission can develop by the grace of God.
God's Unconditional Love Demonstrated through His Son's Cross
OA churches and ministries will offer Ash Wednesday Service to commence the Lenten period of 2019. In this season, Christians enter into another profound time of the liturgical year after Christmas to meditate on the theme of Cross and Resurrection of
I recently had a student ask, "How can I balance my everyday life with my spiritual life?" I told her my immediate answer of: "There should be no separation." However this brought up another question that I'm sure the student meant to ask, "How can I center my life around God in my everyday?" It's a crucial question
Oh Father God, after passing the eventful last year, we thank you for allowing us to greet this new year 2019. Throwing off all the old and stale things, may we be strengthened with our Father God in newness. Allow this day to be the day of joy where we start anew.
In this day of history, Father God has loved us.
We delude ourselves when we try to turn our just punishments into a cross and rejoice over that for which we should rather repent. 'For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently' But if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God? (1