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If you are looking for a church home, you could find warm welcome at Geneva. Here, there is room for you at the table. We are rooted in the Bible. We are serious about prayer. We love our community. We focus on service.
Our ministries involve the whole family and all ages: supportive adult groups, an active youth fellowship, and loving children’s ministries. Our worship services encourage both joy and reverence. Everyone is encouraged to participate. The messages are insightful, encouraging, and sometimes convicting.
Most of all, Geneva is a place where you can grow to know and be known by the living God. He loves you. He has an incredible purpose for you life. Be encouraged.
May the Lord bless you.
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Category Archives: Theological Reflections
I’m preaching about household life this week – how the Bible’s rules for community (ethics) transformed an empire and still transform us today. I found a great little article by a guy named Michael Kruse summarizing Roman Household life. … Continue reading
During Holy Week, we often focus on how Jesus died. Here’s a reminder regarding how his disciples died. Their death and sacrifice serves as a powerful testimony to the truth of the story of Jesus, for it is truly rare … Continue reading
Are you an Easter person? Easter fell on March 31 this year. But the season of Easter follows for the next fifty days. All of April and most of May are in of Easter this year. If you are an … Continue reading
NEXT MENS GROUP DON JUANS MARCH 21 6:00 PM Our next conversation is more than a month away – but you may just want to put it on your calendar. We are going back to Don Juans – but we … Continue reading
The Good Shepherd (Christmas Eve Message) Luke 15:1-7 NRS Now all the tax collectors and sinners were coming near to listen to him. And the Pharisees and the scribes were grumbling and saying, “This fellow welcomes sinners and eats with … Continue reading
Derek Maul has given offered some hopeful words in his blog entry. “First off, I need you to know that I do not want to write about Friday’s shooting in Connecticut. Instead, what I want to write about is Christmas, … Continue reading
Jesus loves you. Jesus died on the cross for you. Jesus loves you sacrificially. Jesus became fully human for you. Jesus was born. He grew up. He had a family, friends, enemies, and a tough job. He knows what … Continue reading
Back in seminary, I spent one January working as afull time hospital chaplain in Austin, Texas. One day I met a woman I’ll call Esther. Esther was well into her seventies. She and her husband were both in the hospital. … Continue reading
The Bible commands the education of children in Deuteronomy 5. It has inspired literacy movements and educational missions all around the world because people who loved this book believed that what was in it would make all the difference in … Continue reading