Sledding/Sledging – Fifth Sunday of the Month Fellowship Winter Event!
Parkplatz Tannenbankerlift https://maps.app.goo.gl/AbjBG26BfL4M2Z4d7 We will meet here, Parkplatz Tannenbankerlift, at 10 am for sledging. You can get to Bad Kohlgrub by train as well. Josh and Rhi will be using the train, so get in touch with them to travel together. We can collect you from the station, since the train gets in just before 10 am. It is possible to hire sledges at the lift. If you don't want to walk up, we will meet in the Hörnlehütte at about midday
The Munich Bible Study – Winter / Spring Session
Happy New Year! We’ll begin the Winter / Spring session of The Munich Bible Study on Wednesday, 18 January @ 19:00 hrs (Munich time). We’ll be focusing on the Gospel of John. The study will be again on Zoom, and the links are below. If you are on Facebook, please click this link for updates – The Munich Bible Study. Topic: Munich Bible Study Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85400265999?pwd=dW9WTUZJa09DZVA2SWkrTS9HMy8ydz09 Meeting ID: 854 0026 5999 Passcode: 026837
Merry Christmas Blues?
It’s life back to normal after the adrenaline rush of the holidays. Experts tell us that many now experience post-Christmas blues due to the return to our usual routines. The build-up of Christmas is followed by the let-down of what may or may not have happened. How do you beat the post-Christmas blues? The brief and simple answer is with thankfulness to God for the ultimate Christmas gift we could ever hope for—the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. One
A Revolution of the Mind: Finding God’s Plan for Your Life
How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth! I gain understanding from your precepts; therefore I hate every wrong path. Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. I have taken an oath and confirmed it, that I will follow your righteous laws. -Psalm 119:103–106 Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God—this is your spiritual
Storm Rider: Drawing Closer to God
Are you going through a storm right now? Something so difficult or traumatic that you aren't sure you'll make it to tomorrow? Don't give up hope. It often takes a storm to get our minds off our own plans and ways and onto God's greater plan—to realize there's a purpose for our life that is far better than our own. Our storms help draw us closer to God than anything else. So when we're facing a storm, let's remember three things as we
SF Youth News: Ready for Music? ?
We made some joyful noise together last Sunday!!! The next Youth Sunday is 24 April—so don't miss out. We'll send you rehearsal times so you can be ready way ahead of that time! Can't wait to see you there!!! Music! Youth Band Project Ready for music? Our next band rehearsal will be Sunday 10 April at 2:30 p.m.! Bring your guitars, amps, and sticks ? That Time We Had Gelato You know, just your standard ice cream appreciation post. It may be rainy, but
Jesus Is Lord
No matter where we go or what we do, we need to remember that we don’t exist for ourselves, but for a higher will and greater purpose than our own. For this reason, God never intended us to set off on our life journey by ourselves. He is very aware of the powerful forces surrounding us and how inadequately prepared we are to stave them off. So he promises to be our Helper and our Guide. In short, then, the
Losing Our Religion
I like a lot of rock music. Do you remember R.E.M.'s classic song Losing My Religion? The group never intended it to say anything about religion or even about Christian faith—the title comes from a Southern expression meaning to "lose one's temper or civility" or "feeling frustrated and desperate." But the song set me on another track of thinking: When we blow away all the cobwebs that surround our thinking on what Christianity is, we will realize that the best
Don’t Take Your Eyes Off God
Have you been abandoned or recently divorced and left with children, bills, unemployment, and all the worst of it? Are you faced with bankruptcy, a long hospital stay, or your worst nightmare in one form or another?
Resentment and Blame
I love this anecdote about Oscar Wilde at a dinner party. Here’s how Interesting Literature tells it: At a dinner party, Arthur Conan Doyle and Oscar Wilde were discussing the truth about resentment and envy, how a friend’s success often makes one unhappy, Wilde entertained the party to a story. “The devil,” said Wilde, “was once crossing the Libyan Desert, and he came upon a spot where a number of small fiends were tormenting a holy hermit. The sainted man easily shook off their evil suggestions. The