June 13, 2021 – Joshua 17-18 – Micah’s Idol and the Danites

This story looks back at the first rise of idolatry in Israel after the death of Joshua. The people forgot God’s commandments about idolatry, the Tabernacle, and the ministry of priests and Levites. Covetousness leads to a cascade of problems for a man named Micah.

Notes on Judges 17 and 18

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June 4-6, 2021 – Celebrate Pentecost!

We’ll be celebrating Pentecost at the Rest Yourself River Ranch in Mineral Wells this weekend, Friday through Sunday, June 4-6. We’ll do baptism, eat some blintzes, read the Book of Ruth and relax away from the city!

Read the notes on Pentecost here.

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May 30, 2021 – Judges 16:1-31 – Samson and Delilah

Samson submits to the ‘pressure’ from Delilah and reveals his secret. His story represents the faithlessness of Israel, but his last act is self-sacrifice as a type of Christ.

Notes on Judges 16:1-31

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May 22, 2021 – Memorial Service for Rebekah Kirkpatrick

All are invited to a memorial service for Rebekah Rutledge Kirkpatrick on Saturday, May 22. (We will not have a Sunday meeting).

Celebration of Life
Saturday, May 22, 2021
2 p.m.
Wax Space
Tyler Station
1300 S Polk St., Dallas

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May 16, 2021 – Judges 15:1-20 – Samson’s Revenge on the Philistines

Samson unleashes a strange attack with flaming foxes, is betrayed by his countrymen but eventually wreaks revenge on the Philistines by killing 1,000 of them with only the jawbone of an ass.

Notes on Judges 15:1-20

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May 9, 2021 – Judges 14:1-20 – Samson and the Riddle of the Honey from the Lion

At Samson’s wedding to Philistine woman he proposes a wager if the guests can find the solution to his riddle. The events end in a massacre.

Notes on Judges 14:1-20

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May 1, 2021 – Memorial Service

We celebrated the life and ministry of Ole Anthony at his memorial service on Saturday, May 1. Thanks to all who showed up, shared memories and reconnected with old friends!

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