You’ve probably heard that the most widely distributed book in the world is the Bible.  It is estimated that between 5 and 6 BILLION Bibles have been printed, and it has been translated into 349 languages.

So, what’s the big deal?  Why are so many copies printed and distributed?  Do people actually read the Bible?  Why?  Why not?

Join us as we delve into the Bible with the sermon series we are calling “It Begins!”.  Over the next few weeks we will explore the stories of pre-history.  These stories at the beginning of Genesis are difficult, if not impossible to date.  They are stories about the beginning.  They don’t tell us everything we’d like to know about “how” it all happened, but they do tell us much about “why” and for whose purpose.  There is so much we can learn from the Book of Genesis!  I believe it speaks directly to the needs of modern of people.

I invite you to prepare by reading the stories over the next four weeks:
  • September 10- “In the beginning God created…”  (Genesis 1:1-2:25)
  • September 17- “What do you say to a talking snake?”  (Genesis 3:1-24)
  • September 24- “100% Chance of Rain”  (Genesis 6:1-9:29)
  • October 1-  “Move over, God”  (Genesis 11:1-9)


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