Scripture Reading from August 9-August 15

Aug. 9— Day 1: Jeremiah 37, 38, 39
Aug. 10—Day 2: Jeremiah 40, 41, 42, 43
Aug. 11 —Day 3: Jeremiah 44, 45; Psalm 114
Aug. 12—Day 4: Jeremiah 46, 47, 48, 49
Aug. 13—Day 5: Jeremiah 50, 51, 52
Aug. 14—Day 6: Lamentation 1, 2; Psalm 115
Aug. 15—Day 7: Lamentation 3, 4, 5


Scripture Reading from August 2-August 8

Aug. 2—Day 1: Jeremiah 16, 17, 18
Aug. 3—Day 2: Jeremiah 19, 20, 21
Aug. 4—Day 3: Jeremiah 22, 23, 24; Psalm 112
Aug. 5—Day 4: Jeremiah 25, 26, 27
Aug. 6—Day 5: Jeremiah 28, 29, 30
Aug. 7—Day 6: Jeremiah 31, 32, 33; Psalm 113
Aug. 8—Day 7: Jeremiah 24, 35, 36
 


SPC Kids @home – Jesus Commits to God’s Will

The night that Jesus was arrested, he went to a quiet place to pray and there he asked most not for what he wanted but for what God the Father wanted. Jesus did hard things and he showed us how we can do hard things too. Here’s how.

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SPC Family Ministry Collecting School Supplies for Cincinnati Schools

SPC Kids & Students are launching a school drive to benefit Oyler and Rothenberg Schools from Cincinnati Public Schools. Learn how you can help! Read more…



The Good Shepherd

     The Bible was written in an agricultural culture. The language used by farmers, ranchers and people who worked the land is used with frequency. The Bible speaks often about sheep and goats.


Jews and Gentiles Included

     Jack Levison told about a Baptist Church out in western Oklahoma that had been in existence for years. One Sunday morning who should show up for worship but thirty five people from Ghana, Africa? The folks from Ghana liked the worship so much they said they wanted to become Baptists.