Happy New Year!
By now your Christmas decorations are down and put away (or like mine soon will be). For some of us the Bowl season is over, for some of us it’s tonight and for some of us THE game is Monday night! For all of us 2014 has begun.
Here are two things you can do to make 2014 your best year ever.
Spend time every day in God’s Word. Reading the Bible daily feeds our hearts in ways that nothing else can come close to doing. I challenge (encourage, invite) you to join me in reading through the Bible this year. Here’s some steps you might take to make the Bible part of your daily routine: EVERY DAY BIBLE
Commit yourself to worship. Every time we gather for worship we declare that we won’t let what’s wrong with us or with the world, keep us from celebrating what’s right with God. At Mountaintop we have the opportunity to worship on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. When you can't join us in person on Sunday mornings you can always join us online at Mountaintop Online Church. Here’s a hint of what we will be focusing on in the coming months:
On Campus and Online @9:30 and 11:15
January – Ordinary People: How God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things!
February – Why Is God Mad At Me?: Answers from the book of Job.
March – Noah: The Real Story
On Campus @ 6:30
This winter we will be focusing on leadership development. Paul wrote to the Ephesians that we are to teach so that “God’s people would be thoroughly equipped to minister and build up the body of the Anointed One.” (Ephesians 4: 12). Therefore, on Wednesday evenings our purpose will be to equip spiritual leaders to learn and share a better way of life.
8- Spiritual Leadership
22-Leading through adversity
29-Sharing your faith
5-Know what you believe why you believe
12-Prayer and Fasting
19-Hardships in leadership
All of our worship services (Sundays and Wednesdays) have great music and programs available for kids and students. Everyone is always welcome and encouraged to bring a friend.
2014 promises to be an incredible year. Make the most of it by spending time in God’s Word and in worship and then hold on as He takes you to the places He has prepared.
For His glory!