Be our guest every Sunday at 4:30pm at Westside Church of Christ! We meet in room #517 (on the first floor). In addition to our discussion time (see more below), we also love to celebrate birthdays and occasionally go out to eat at a restaurant here in town. Right now, our theme is the book "One Word." We have noticed that in the church today, our Christian "vocabulary" is often lacking; we often use terms and just assume everyone knows what we mean. Our target audience would be anyone who wants to learn more about some key terms in the Bible (Grace, Redemption, etc.) We'll be using a daily devotional book as the foundation for our time together. This book takes one of those words each week and focuses on understanding it. The goal is that we would all have a better, deeper understanding of Biblical words. We hope this makes a big difference in the lives of people, because each week, we will be focused on understanding one single Biblical concept. We hope you can join us!
Sundays • 4:30pm
Living with Purpose • January 19, 2020 • Bryan Fojtasek
Jesus sets us an example of humility (attitude) and service (action) that every disciple should follow. 1 Peter 4:10 (NLT) “God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another.” 1. Jesus shows us the importance of humility. 2. Serving is a practical demonstration of God's love. 3. We have the ability and responsibility to share God's love through acts of service. Application: 1. Make We > Me 2. Practice Show and Tell 3. WestsideLife.org/Volunteer
Becoming More Like Jesus • January 12, 2020 • Bryan Fojtasek
Part two of our series "Living With Purpose." God loves you just the way you are, but he doesn't want you to stay that way. Instead, he wants you to grow into a better reflect of Jesus Christ. And through his power and promises, he's given us everything we need to live a godly life. Main passages: Matthew 23:25-26, Ephesians 4:22-24, 2 Peter 1:2-9.
Living in Community • January 5, 2020 • Bryan Fojtasek
God designed us to live in community with our fellow believers because a healthy Christian community lays the foundation for personal and spiritual growth, and it protects us from the Devil’s number one attack against Christians: isolation.