Author: Domenico Danesi

The Movement of The Holy Spirit

Each August there is the bittersweet reality of change on the horizon. Summer is half over and Fall looms in the future. School supply lists, schedules, fall sports, hayrides, changing leaves – all are part of the transition from Summer to Fall; it is inevitable. I’ve discovered that God gives us daily living parables. I look at my family and I learn so much about the heavenly Father and Son relationship. I learn of the love of God, for example, and so much more. Change however, reminds me of God’s Holy Spirit and how He works in each believer....

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The Cure: An Urgent Call to the Gospel

“How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how will they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they be sent?” (Romans 10:14-15a) This passage of scripture I have coined as “the Evangelism Chain”. This logical scale of progression that the Apostle Paul is speaking of begins with belief, followed by spoken proclamation, then a human herald, lastly the herald or evangelist is sent. This has been God’s way of getting the gospel to the Nations since...

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A July Hiatus

Summer has arrived and with it VBS, swimming, family vacations, cook outs, graduation parties, and so much more. The summer brings transition; school is out for the children, and some workplaces allow for summer dress code, some even shorten the work day. This July the children’s ministry will be adjusting things as well. We will be taking a mid-week hiatus. A hiatus is defined as: a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process. There will be no Wednesday evening children’s ministry offered from July 1st until August 8th. Sunday mornings will continue as normal. I recall hearing...

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The Awanian Revival

By Pastor Domenico Danesi After 4 years of the Titus 2 model for the children’s mid-week there was need for a revival. As I looked around on Wednesday evenings in 2017 we were averaging 10-12 children and half of them were 10 or 11 years old, meaning they will be moving on from children’s ministry in 1 or 2 years. The nursery would have 1 to 3 children most Wednesdays and extinction was near if a change was not implemented. Enter AWANA (A Workman And Not Ashamed).  As time was passing and Wednesdays were dying I met with Doug,...

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  • Jesus Christ, Our Mighty Deliverer
    Colossians 1:12,13 Giving thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in light: Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son: God tells us through His Word that one of the reasons He […]
  • The Example Of Moses
    Moses was one of the mightiest vessels of the Lord. He was indeed a man of faith, but he was also a man of fruit. However, like Elijah, he was a man subject to the passions and temptations in life like every one of us. For example, he had a problem with anger, as evidenced […]
  • Let’s Plant A Garden
    Scripture uses nature to teach us many lessons. For example, Christians are likened to farmers. Some plant, some water but it is “God who gives the increase.” What a challenge! You and I can be implements used in the Lord’s garden. And for each task there is a season. However, if we get our eyes […]
  • Faith In Fruitless Times
    We are ever being taught by God’s Spirit to walk by faith, and not by sight. Faith sees what the natural eye doesn’t. How important it is for us to grasp this key to a steady walk with Jesus. I was reminded of this again when one of the lines sung during a worship service […]