Pastor Titus Benton continues our conversation about loving our neighbors by directing our attention to the immigrant and refugee populations among us. He reminds us that throughout time, God has overseen the great migrations of His people. In a city where so many diverse groups of people being brought to the church's doorstep, how we will respond in a way that Christ calls us to?
Genesis 12:3; 18:18; 22:18
Revelation 7:9; 15:4
“In his goodness, our God turns even the tragedy of forced migration into the triumph of future salvation.”
- David Platt
This week we introduced the work of some of our friends at Prestige Learning Institute. We encourage you to visit their website to learn more and share their work with a friend.
Take a few moments to quiet yourself. In your prayer time, consider this thought from Pastor Titus: "One of my greatest fears for the Church in America is that God will bring the nations to our doorstep and we'll miss it."
As you consider this thought, what neighbors are brought to your mind? What specific steps can you take to open the door to these neighbors?
Leaning On The Everlasting Arms
Dust We Are And Shall Return
Nothing But The Blood
Let Our Faith Be Not Alone