Welcome to week one of Frontline at Home!
We have a collection of videos to help you worship and engage with the love of God wherever you are today. Be encouraged this morning to take time to experience his love for you. We also never want our children to miss out, so Flourish kids church has also been included.
We will be beginning this Sunday Service with some time in worship, then Warren and Annette will be sharing at 'Heart to heart'. This will be followed by our 'Take-away ministry', where we have included resources from external ministries. Flourish Kids Church is hosted at the bottom of the blog.
To begin your online Sunday service, simply scroll below.
Here is today's YouTube playlist with two songs that we will be worshipping to together (these will play one after the other in the same window):
Here is a message from Pastors Warren and Annette, sharing what has been on their hearts this week.
This video is from "The Normal Christian Life" - What Do We When COVID-19 Closes Our Churches? Everyone can be part of bringing hope in Jesus Christ wherever they are. The church is not an end in itself, but a vehicle for the Kingdom of God to be established in the earth.
God creates and God communes. God's love for you is personal and His word remains forever. The scriptures cannot be broken. In this next video Ravi Zacharias speaks for 12 minutes about Four pillars of Eternal Truth. We encourage you to discuss these in more depth together.
Hi there kids! We are excited to bring Flourish online for you, we hope you enjoy it and have a great Sunday! Lets start with some worship, feel free to join in with the dance moves kids (big and little!)
Now here are Clint and Amy with a story about how Jesus loves everyone and you don't have to prove yourself. It's called The Friend Of Little Children.
Thanks for joining us this Sunday church. We want to encourage you that your Sunday doesn’t have to end here, why not call some one for some fellowship? See how they are going and encourage and pray for them at this time. Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page for more updates and have a blessed Sunday!