The Bible is at the heart of who we are as Christians. We believe that through this collection of writings from across the world written over the course of centuries and compiled more than 1500 years ago God is revealed in all glory, love, power, and authority. It is in the Holy Scriptures that we learn the stories of God’s work in the world, remember all that God has already done for God’s people, and look with anticipation towards the day when God makes all things new.
At Pleasant Hill we gather on Wednesday’s at 6:30 for a time of prayer and study. We reread the stories of the past and connect them to our present, seeking ways to see the way God is at work in our own lives as surely as God worked in the lives of those who came before.
Fall 2018: Evangelism for Normal People: Sharing Our Faith Without Scaring People Away
How do we share our faith in the 21st Century? How do we reach people who are suspicious of the church? How do we try to reach our friends without coming across as pushy or crazy. Can “normal people” still “do evangelism”? What does “doing evangelism” even mean? We’ll attempt to answer these questions and more this fall as we examine how we can embrace a life geared towards leading others to Jesus without standing on street corners or passing out fake $100 bills.