Posts by Josh Marlowe

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Read through the Bible in a year . . . an idea that never gets old.

by Josh Marlowe

In last Sunday’s sermon I pointed out several marks of someone who is anticipating the return of Jesus Christ. One of those marks is a commitment to reading the Word of God. 2 Peter warns of people who would take and twist scripture to their own sinful purposes. The best way to recognize and respond […]

ADVENT

by Josh Marlowe

At the beginning of the service yesterday (Dec 6) I mentioned there were several great free resources available for Advent. I encourage you to consider some of the following resources to help you prepare for the celebration of Christmas. Why participate in or begin Advent traditions for yourself or family? “Advent is for adoring Jesus. […]

March Prayer Emphasis – Family

by Josh Marlowe

It should not be a surprise that the family is under attack. A family that is living in obedience to God’s Word has tremendous potential to reveal God’s love, care, unity, reconciliation, forgiveness, joy, and so much more! This month we will be praying for: marriages (March 4) parents (March 11) widows (March 18) singles […]

Growth Groups at SCBC

by Josh Marlowe

Growth Groups exist at SCBC to provide a platform for biblical discipleship and fellowship to occur and produce the maturing and multiplying of disciples of Jesus Christ at home. Last Sunday night we had our 2015 reLaunch service and I was greatly encouraged to see the number of people from SCBC who were willing to […]

Christmas Resources

by Josh Marlowe

Thanksgiving is just a couple days away and soon it will be December. Then we blink and Christmas will be here! We have some resources to help the people of SCBC keep Christ an important and central part of all things Christmas. We know that with all the activities and business of the holidays, it […]

Questions for Orphan Sunday

by Josh Marlowe

We are looking forward to having Andrew Brunk with us this Sunday. Andrew works with Bethany Christian Services, which exists to demonstrate the compassion of Jesus Christ to vulnerable children and families around the world.    How can you prepare for Orphan Sunday?   Please take some time to consider the questions below: Why does God love […]

Orphan Sunday – August 3rd

by Josh Marlowe

I hope that you are looking forward to orphan Sunday at SCBC. I encourage you to consider the following post by Paul Trip. This is a shared post – the original blog post (dated July 14, 2014) can be found here.   EXERCISING INFLUENCE I don’t know about you, but there are times when I’ve […]