In these unprecedented days, Americans will unite and pray for the 70th annual observance of the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 6, 2021. This year’s theme, “Pour Out Your Love, Life, and Liberty”, from 2 Corinthians 3:17, “Now the Lord is Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”
We all want to make the right decisions for our lives and our families’ lives. So, why does it sometimes seem so difficult to do? If we don’t really know what a bad decision looks like on the front end, we fail to foresee the unwelcome consequences of our decisions. In this series, which runs from April 11 to May 2, we will explore four of the worst decisions made in the Bible. By learning how to make bad decisions, we’ll gain insight on how to make good ones.
Have you been visiting Ward for a few months? A few weeks? Whether you’re just starting to explore the idea of church, or you’ve been growing in your relationship with Jesus for years but consider yourself new to Ward, this is the perfect first step!
You can’t predict the future, but you can plan for it. If you do not have a Will or Living Trust, or yours needs to be updated, this April 24 online seminar is for you. Register today!
Romans 8 is a powerful picture of the gospel and what a relationship with God looks like. For five weeks starting February 21, we will journey through Romans 8 as a congregation. If you feel far from God or are in search of hope in the midst of troubling times, this study will be like balm to the soul!
Here at Ward, we think membership is a good thing. We believe that God would have His people who have committed their lives to Him also commit to a local group of believers called the local church. We feel so strongly about this call that we encourage everyone who attends Ward regularly to consider becoming a member.
There are two scholarships available for Ward members who are preparing at the college or graduate level for full-time Christian vocational service. They are the Hess Scholarship and the Al and Joan Carlisle Scholarship. The deadline to submit applications is April 30, 2021.
We want to experience God through the Bible. We really do! But our good intentions fall flat when reading the Bible just doesn’t seem to make that happen. What should feel dynamic and important and alive often feels confusing and boring and irrelevant. But it doesn’t have to.