This week marks the 233rd year since the United States declared her independence from Great Britain. Although imperfect, there is no denying the fact that the birth of the U.S.A. has been a special gift to all of us and a blessing in the world. In the midst of the food and fireworks this weekend…Details
Attention Wheatland Women! October 30-31 is the date of a special conference for women in Oklahoma. If you are interested in attending simply send an e-mail to the Wheatland Mission and I’ll forward it on to the women who are helping to organize the group from our church that may go. You can check out…Details
This coming week we will continue through in our series big story/big idea. This coming week we will wrap up our conversation on Genesis 1-3. May God bless you as you read and pray, pray and read.
Psalm • Psalm 63
Old Testament • Zechariah 12:8-13:1
Gospel • Luke 9:18-24
New Testament • Galatians 3:23-29
This Saturday night, right after worship, we will be celebrating all our dads with rootbeer floats created by Wheatland’s young folks. Join us for a good time!
This weekend we began a new series entitled big story/big idea. Our goal through this series is to discover/rediscover the main story behind the Bible and with it discover the main idea found throughout the whole of Scripture. Of course the Bible is a big book. It consists of 66 books written over 1500 years…Details
With last week’s observance of Trinity Sunday (Sat.) we have moved from the portion of the church year that specifically celebrates Christ’s life and we are now in what is known as “Ordinary Time”. During this part of the year we still have appointed readings for each week which we will follow with varying degrees…Details
Trinity Sunday (Saturday) is this weekend. As the name suggests this week is an opportunity to learn from, of and about God as Trinity. Knowing God as Father, Son and Spirit existing in a perfect relationship of selflessness and sacrifice has been an essential component of Christian theology. Even before the “doctrine” of the Trinity…Details
The gift of the Spirit on Pentecost prepares and empowers us to live in God’s Kingdom. In it we learn a new language and develop new tastes. God’s presence, the Holy Spirit himself, brings this to pass. “The point of I Corinthians 13 is that love is not our duty; it is our destiny. It…Details
This weekend marks the celebration of Pentecost. On the Christian calendar Pentecost marks the gift of God’s Spirit to his people as recorded in Acts 2. God’s Spirit is the gift promised by Christ. It is God’s actual presence in the life of God’s people. It is a presence that is no longer mediated by…Details
This week marks the celebration of the Ascension. Several different texts of Scripture speak about this event that was the final expression of Christ’s ministry on earth. It is not only an acknowledgment of Christ’s power over evil and death but it is deeply symbolic of his reign as Lord. He ruled from among and…Details