Good Morning from Paramount Church, Here are a few important updates for the coming weeks: 1. Discipleship Training Weekend Rescheduled: Our third Discipleship Training Weekend was planned for this Friday and Saturday. However, due to an anticipated low attendance (spring break and other conflicts), we have rescheduled the weekend for March 18-19. Please pass this word along to your community … Read More
When we feel the weight of our weakness – a fresh sense of our inadequacies and our powerlessness – let’s not despair. Go to the gospel. It is a pillow for weary heads. These words have instilled hope when it’s been heavy. Psalm 42:5 – Why are you in despair, O my soul? And why have you become disturbed within … Read More
Paul Tripp faithfully announces good news, connecting Christ to the everyday realities of life. Here are his Five Most Popular Posts in 2015. Stay strong in the grace of God this week!
Listen here to the testimony of Kathryn Witt, who suffered through depression and anxiety. She found hope and help in Christ and His good news.
“The believer who toils and labors, who works quietly and earns a living, and who does not grow weary in doing good is able to do so precisely because of the promise of the Lord’s continuing presence in those moments. Union with Christ means the Lord of peace remains present in your joy, in your pain, in your liftoffs, and … Read More
Read: John 11:1-46 What picture helps to image your experience as a Christian? Perhaps you think of your life as a tree; which starts as a seed and grows so large the birds nest in its branches. Or the picture of a soldier fighting the good fight; or an athlete running the race of faith; or a hardworking farmer who … Read More
Expect to be changed by a relationship with Jesus. When we don’t change, then our attitude toward Him has more in common with a casual date than with a transforming marriage to someone who deeply loves you. What you are looking for is a relationship that gives you a new way to live. – If you really believe that you … Read More
Anger. “Righteous anger” is nearly a myth among mortals. As someone stands on the edge of a cliff – needing only a nudge to lose his footing and plummet to the bottom – the human heart often stands right at the edge of anger and wrath. Even a moment of righteous offense can be enough to provoke us to jump … Read More
2 Timothy 2:3-4 – 3 Suffer hardship with me, as a good soldier of Christ Jesus. 4 No soldier in active service entangles himself in the affairs of everyday life, so that he may please the one who enlisted him as a soldier. With a good soldier of Christ the master passion is to spread the gospel, to save souls … Read More