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“Anabaptists believe that at all times and in all places, followers of Jesus are to give their supreme allegiance to God as known in Jesus Christ” (Becker, 54). Pastor Stan Shantz encouraged JSMC to not hold back; instead call Jesus Lord and Savior of all. He reminded us that when we call Jesus our Lord, it means obeying God rather than human authority (Acts 5.29). That may mean that we disobey human-made civil laws that
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Galatians 6:1-10 – Pastor Stan said, “We are called to care for one another; we are called to receive care from one another.” Stephen Ministry helps JSMC fulfill the law of Christ to give and receive care for each other. Thank you, Stephen Ministers! To learn more: https://www.stephenministries.org/default.cfm
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Today we worshiped and ate together at The Promised Land Farm! In the midst of the beauty of God’s (rainy) creation, we remembered that we Anabaptist Mennonites “give authority to all Scriptures, we interpret and obey them through the words, spirit, and nature of Jesus” (Becker, Anabaptist Essentials, p.40).  Carol and Gordon Zook shared how God is working through Mennonite Central Committee in India. Thank you, God, for revealing Your Self to us through Jesus. In
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This summer we’re going back to the basics with Palmer Becker’s Anabaptist Essentials: Ten Signs of a Unique Christian Faith! Pastor Carmen preaches about a discipleship that is our Christian life. In the midst of becoming disciples and doing discipleship with all our hearts, we don’t forget that Jesus is at the Center of it all. Luke 9:18-27
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John 15:26-27; 16:4b-15
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