Devotional

  • Who’s Driving?

    My neighbor Tim has a figurine on his dashboard of a “wild thing” based on Maurice Sendak’s beloved children’s book Where the Wild Things Are. Not long ago Tim was following me through traffic and made some abrupt moves to keep up. When we arrived, I asked, “Was that the ‘wild thing’ driving?” The following…

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  • Catching Foxes

    While talking on the phone with a friend who lives by the seaside, I expressed delight at hearing seagulls squawking. “Vile creatures,” she responded, for to her they’re a daily menace. As a Londoner, I feel the same way about foxes. I find them not cute animals but roaming creatures that leave smelly messes in…

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  • Bring Your Boats

    Hurricane Harvey brought catastrophic flooding to eastern Texas in 2017. The onslaught of rain stranded thousands of people in their homes, unable to escape the floodwaters. In what was dubbed the “Texas Navy,” many private citizens brought boats from other parts of the state and nation to help evacuate stranded people. The actions of these…

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  • Maintaining Our Witness in Trials

    1 Peter 2:11-12 You are being watched. That’s always a good thing to remember as we interact with people at work or in the community. How we respond to frustrations, annoyances, difficulties, and temptations is a witness for Christianity, and the last thing we want to do is misrepresent Christ. Many times challenging situations arise…

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Sermons

  • Church Meditated on Genesis 4 about Relationship

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church Sunday was filled with sharing and caring. On Sunday, April 29th, pastor delivered message from Genesis 4:1-12, titled ‘Cain and Abel’. Pastor opened the eyes of attendees to see deeply on this ‘used’ message for church comers. Some of them already had bible study on this but others don’t have chance…

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  • Atlanta Bethel Community Church Meditated on the Pentecost

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church meditated on the meaning of Pentecost and was exhorted to receive Holy Spirit as like the early church. On Sunday 8th, pastor delivered a message from Acts 2:1-4, explained the background and importance of the Pentecost. Among 3 big holidays of Jews-the Passover, the Sukkoth, and the Pentecost, this is the…

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  • Sunday Service Meditated on the Last Moment before Cross of Jesus

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church members meditated on the path of cross. Pastor continued from Lenten series of cross and delivered from John 18:28-19:16. He reviewed last week sermon on Peter’s denial then explained more detail on Jesus true courage in faith. After pastor read John 18:28, he asked “How much hatred is inside of them?…

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  • Jesus Washes His Disciple’s Feet

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church had graceful Sunday service on Feb. 25th. Pastor delivered message on John 13, continuing from last week until Easter Sunday. Church greeted 2 new visitors and celebrated one member’s birthday. Pastor brought out John 13:1-17 about ‘Last Supper’ and ‘Jesus washing his disciples’ feet’. It was the last encouragement for Judas…

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