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After Announcements on Sunday Mornings, the children have a chance to come up from for a 10 minute Children’s Chat. The topics range from “What do you see in the front of the church” to “Is it okay to celebrate Holidays”. The quick snippet of information engages the children (and sometimes the congregation) that then leads into the church sermon and the children to Junior Church.

Our Junior Church is designed to teach and reach children with the Word of God in a way in which they  learn and have fun in their own Sunday Morning service! It is a time packed with  teaching, Scripture games, music, and much more.

Did someone say VBS?

Vacation Bible School, or VBS, is a fun-filled program that takes place in the summer (“vacation”) months, to connect with the children and families in the communities. Vacation Bible School is an outreach meant to bring in children  and to teach them the gospel.

A little Bit of Background on VBS:

Vacation Bible School began in the 1890s. A New York doctor’s wife wanted to find a way to keep children off the streets in the summertime, and so she rented a large beer hall in the East Side in order to conduct what she called “Everyday Bible School.” Her idea expanded, and eventually the New York City Baptist Mission Society established several of these Bible schools around the city.
A man named Robert G. Boville, formerly of the Baptist Mission Society, was key in the program’s expansion to other cities around the country. By 1907, he had established a national committee for Vacation Bible Schools.
Today, Vacation Bible School is a popular summer activity for Christians and non-Christians alike. Churches generally run Vacation Bible School for a week, and each program has its own theme (medieval castles, water parks, the Old West, etc.) that children can explore. A week of VBS usually includes games, snacks, crafts, skits, and, of course, Bible lessons.

Read more:http://www.gotquestions.org/Vacation-Bible-School.html#ixzz2u5eulCAh

 

 

Welcome to Brentwood

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 0 comments

Welcome to Brentwood

We are so happy you stopped by. The only thing we’d love more is to meet you in the real world. Since you’re here, take a look around to get a feel for what you’ll find when you’re ready to visit. Visit us on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/BrentwoodUMChurch Visit our YouTube Channel:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ysvJlHMEmo In Romans 5:8  it is said that ‘all are welcomed, by studying his word intently we see that this is...

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Psalm 55 & 56

Posted by on May 11, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 0 comments

Psalm 55 & 56

Chapter 55 This Psalm of David is also a lament that reflects strong emotions and a sudden change of thought. Violent enemies and betrayal by a friend caused David to complain to God. David was agitated in his soul and has terrors of death to show because David is scared that he is going to die. He is really concerned and just wants to escape. God keeps David and is there to help David to overcome and bring him through his struggle and make him stronger. David’s biggest problem in his life is himself. David turns away from God and tries to do his own thing. During this time Saul hated David and wanted his son Jonathon to become King instead of David. Saul becomes jealous and David and wants David DEAD.  This being said David followed God’s plan and started to be persecuted by Saul. We have to realize that when we follow God’s plan someone will always want to persecute us too but God will be beside us and help us through it. After David tried to do his own thing he remembers how God helped him through so much and repents to him and God helps him again because David allows him to. So when we look at David we can also see Jesus. This referring to even though Jesus never sinned so many people accused him and wanted to kill him. No matter if you sin or you don’t if you follow God people will disagree and people will want to cause you some sort of harm whether that be physical or emotional BUT there Is hope because you will live the United States we’ve been lucky to have freedom but as you can see it is slowly being taken away. We are and will see more persecution to all those who love and follow God in the US. An example is how in Virginia they cannot have more than five in their home having a bible study for there is fear of home churches being developed. The culture has changed very much especially in the last ten (10) years. America has changes and becoming a non-Christian nation because of political correction. David is going through things that all of us are going through. Christ tells us and so does David to pray for the criminals but then David turns around and say God wipe them out. This is his human side. David is just like us! We need to pray for our enemies to find Jesus so they can be saved (if they choose to be saved) and they will be in heaven. David has friends and they just turn on him. It is hard but we have to realize like David did that it is not Jesus but ourselves and human nature that makes us sin. We all sin and need to forgive what happens. No not for the other person but for us because it will make us feel better and be able to move on. We’ve all heard this one before, “I’m not going to church you all are just a bunch of hypocrites.”  Yeah, well you know what, its true. We are humans and we CAN be hypocrites – so just why don’t you join us. Its not that we...

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Psalm 52,53,54

Posted by on May 1, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 7 comments

Psalm 52,53,54

Psalm 52 Who is this Psalm directed to? David is the author and he is directed it to Saul, yet at the same it is talking to anyone who is an evil-doer.  This time frame would be during David’s like when Saul turns out of jealousy and tries to kill David. The theme of this Psalm is Judgment and Grace. The things we approve of and we support are what shows our values. The foolish will boast in short-lived things. We need to boast about our eternal/spiritual souls. Things will be gone one day and when we leave this earth on the spiritual things such as our souls are what goes with us to heaven. Evil à love to do evil & hurt others. Eventually evil will be punished unless they turn to God’s grace. The judgment is not immediate most of the times but like us, David wants it to be immediate. Righteous need to come to see God and yet they also need to fear, in Holy Reverence, God and God alone. When we see a wicked person do not rebuke them, instead pray for them. It doesn’t matter how you pray just pray. The devil hates that and God loves it. The “Green Olive Tree” stands for being vital, productive, and will last for many years. For this reason David compares himself to the green olive tree. Waiting on the Lord means we DEPEND on God and God alone and nothing else. This section goes from judgment to grace. Many of David’s writings start as a lament and then to love, mercy, and grace. David is like many of us, he just needs to vent and then move forward. Psalm 53 This Psalm is almost exactly like Psalm 14 except one uses “Lord” and the other “God”. Why is this? Why not use the same name? It’s referred this way to show the difference in Father God, Son God (Jesus). 5.) God’s protection from the wicked and punishment to the wicked. God goes as far as to scatter the bones showing complete annihilation of the devil. Why are people purposefully mean?  Psychology wise they have anger build up inside but spiritually wise because they have not experienced true grace. We, as humans, are born with evil tendencies-we are born with and into sin but we choose if we act upon the sinful thoughts and tendencies or not. We all make a choice. We come to a place where we have a choice to make. Yes, environment plays a part on the way we make the choice but it is the choice of good or evil. The evil actions are not who you are. You can also choose to be better. It’s not easy to forgive yet forgive is what sets you free from the evil things that hold you captive and if they don’t repent they will be annihilated. They and we can choose. We don’t have to wish wrath upon those who do evil they bring it upon themselves. Let God be the judge of that. No, it’s not justice but grace because sin is sin. Murder and rape are not worse than gossiping on the front porch in God’s eyes. Sin is sin is sin. As humans we want justice. You’re not different than...

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Psalm 51

Posted by on Apr 26, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 0 comments

  Chapter 51 This psalm of David is one of the richest theological portions of the OT which teaches us about God, humanity, sin, and salvation. The experience of David in this psalm brings us close to the NT concept of heart holiness. Psalm 51 consists of an appeal, a confession of sin and its nature, a plea for restoration, a promise of worship, and a prayer for the nation   1-2-A sinners only hope for mercy grows out of God’s distinctive characteristics of loving-kindness and tender-mercies. Three terms that are used here cover the OT understanding of sin: Transgression or rebellion, iniquity or crookedness, and sin or the failure to reach a prescribed standard. The intensity of David’s appeal is seen in the imperatives blot out, wash thoroughly, and cleanse. David was not content with a superficial treatment he wanted a spiritual overhaul   3-Confession to God brings forgiveness   4-Here David recognizes the nature and the seriousness of his sin. Sin is rebellion against God’s rules for human life. At times other people suffer consequences from our sin, but we must understand that when we sin it is God who we are rebelling against   5-Refusal to do what is right is a part of the human character from birth. David describes his conception of sin this way: the sin problem is in us at birth   6-David also understands that sin is primarily a matter of attitude and that sin must be dealt with before the problem of wrong action can be resolved   7-The hyssop branch was used to sprinkle blood on the doorways of the Israelites home in Egypt to prevent death by the destroyer. The hyssop branch was also used in the same manner to pronounce that a leper was clean   8-The expression bones being broken is a reflection of the pain of knowing that sin has come between us and God   9-10Here we see the two fold nature of sin illustrated in the acts of transgression that call for forgiveness and a deeper sinfulness that requires cleansing. Created is translated from a Hebrew word used only for divine activity in the OT. It speaks of making something completely new. These verses reveal David’s understanding that the sin problem calls for radical surgery, not cosmetic, clean heart in the OT symbolizes the affections and the will which includes the decision-making powers. David recognizes that God alone can deliver these elements to the human personality from their naturally defiled condition; the Holy Spirit is the means by which the human sprit is cleansed and is enabled to live the holy life   11-12-This in not a prayer of an unregenerate person for salvation, it is rather a prayer of a regenerated person to have a holy heart, this chapter along with Isaiah 63:10-11 are the only places in the OT where God’s Spirit is referred to by the term Holy Spirit   13-15-When God cleanses the heart through the Holy Spirit the most immediate response are those of praise and witness   16-19-Outward worship such as OT sacrifice is pleasing to God only when it is expresses the inward spiritual conditions of a broken spirit and a contrite heart, formal worship in the absence of these conditions accomplishes nothing, however if it...

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Psalm 50

Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 2 comments

Psalm 50 This is a powerful description of God’s judgment not appropriate for worship. Everything here on earth is God’s and he lets us use it. We are only care takers here and now. This Psalms helps us to see and understand God is a God of love but he is also a God of wrath and we need to remember all aspects of Him. God called the earth Zion and if you remember from last week Zion, particularly Mt. Zion was called God’s earthly dwelling place. This reflects God’s glory. God’s judgment is like a fire and NOONE will escape it one way or another. Judgment is different for those who accept Jesus versus those who don’t accept Jesus. God will reveal to us at judgment all the things we did and didn’t do. We have to have faith and accept this. Part of eternal damnation will be a head game in which the person will remember all things. A person will especially remember all the times they could have accepted but rejected this choice and the only company they will have is the demons around them. They will see those people who have made it to heaven but the people in heaven will not see them. There is also a time that is called “The Great White Throne” judgment. Both those dead and those alive will at that point be judged and will not have “another” chance once Christ comes back to “accept again” Right now there is a great falling away so we need to make sure that were right with God. We all live with regrets but can you imagine the kind of eternity that you will relive those regrets every moment. That is hell and demons will continuously taunt you.  Trying to justify the void you often feel in your life is not worth eternal hell. The Devil’s greatest trick is that “HELL IS A PARTY”. You can’t force someone to believe they have to do that on their own. They can go to church every week but they have accept Jesus opposing maybe they never go to church but they fellowship with other believers and accept Jesus – that is what it is worth. Church and Religion are manmade. Sometimes though people who believe are challenged so much more than those who do not believe nor accept and God will use our infuriates to make us stronger and lean onto him. He does not cause bad things, he does not always stop them, BUT he will ALWAYS use them to make a better ending. The ending though not always during our human time on earth but when we meet Him in heaven. Heaven and Earth have witnessed God’s covenant and glory through God allowing Jesus to be crucified on the cross. This allows the judgment to be a part of the covenant and because of this makes followers want to be like Christ. The people of Israel always turned to God making God their “partner” and when we / they broke this God then turned to the judge.   The offering brought judgment because of the attitude when giving the offering. God does not depend on us, we depend on Him and sacrifices are used and to be given out of a cheerful...

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Psalm 48 + 49

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 0 comments

Psalm 48 + 49

Good evening! So how was your day? Mine was pretty good. This Bible Study made it even better. I have to tell you that what you read tonight is just of what we discussed regarding the chapters. There were many times that we were off topic but to try and type and explain it would be quite confusing. Many times we talked about this past Sunday’s Morning service. Discussing a certain praise song that continues over and over with “nananana’s”.  The song being called “Every Move I make”. We also discussed the song “I have a Friend in God”. Both of these songs, if you would like to listen to them, can be found on YouTube, in fact, here are some links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgf1YzscBlE    every move I make https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcxKRsn-hGc  friend of God   Psalm 48 This chapter centers around Mount Zion in which glory derives from. Mount Zion is God’s place and is available for those to dwell in with God. Verses 2/3 talk about the sides of the North.  Some people say this is where the gods (little “g”) ruled the earth from – like the Greek gods. In all actuality it is where the real God is ruling. The Psalmist is therefore showing that the gods are inferior to God. The Psalmist also describes fear that the world leaders are experiencing. This is like a sinking ship. What happens to a sinking ship? So we praise God. We praise his character, which is his love and patience as well as he is omnipresent and immutable, he is of judgment, wrath and is jealous. This all is good stuff! He is the only God that is to be worshipped! Daughter of Judea. This refers to the young women who led worship but also, the towns that surround Jerusalem, the center of the Jewish Nation.  The joy and gladness that flows is meant for everyone not just the Jewish Nation though. Walking around Zion refers to a ceremonial precession and that people boast Zion in leading the next generation. The Old Testament was in hope of the eternal life and is different because now we have hope in/from Jesus. The o.t. followed the laws and sacrificed where we have grace and salvation. They saw heaven as an escape from the wrath that was put upon them; we see heaven as a place to be with God. The leaders followed the laws to the a “t” but they were not humble. To this Jesus told a story well a parable about the sinner and the religious leader at the temple.  Luke 18: 9-14 Luke 18-The Religious Leader and the Tax Collector Luke 18:9-14 Based on NLT   Luke 18:9-12 Then Jesus told this story to some who had great confidence in their own Righteousness*/blamelessness before God and scorned everyone else: “Two men went to the place of worship* to pray. One was a religious leader*, and the other was a despised tax collector. The religious leader stood by himself and prayed this prayer: ‘I thank you, God, that I am not a sinner* like everyone else…I don’t cheat, I don’t sin, and I don’t commit adultery. I’m certainly not like that tax collector! I fast twice a week, and I give you a tenth of my income.’   Luke 18:13-14 “But...

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Psalm 46/47

Posted by on Apr 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

Tonight’s bible study was ah-mazing at Brentwood with Pastor Bill Westling! It started out kind of slow but then something changed and it was rowdy and fun and interesting and very informative. Some topics that are things written from tonight you may not agree upon but are truth. Some things that are written might seem offensive but they are also the truth. If you read this and have questions, please feel free to message me and I promise to find a biblically honest answer for you. Ignorant comments will be deleted because there is no need for ignorance. I can’t wait to share all of this information so without further ado please take a moment to pray and let’s dig into the truth.   Psalm 46: Did you read it? Does anything jump out at you? Yes, some Bibles refer to the God of Jacob while others refer to him as the God of Israel. Is this the same Lord? Yes, it is referring to the Lord God the Father- in referring to “The God of our forefather.” The God of Israel on the other hand while meaning the same God stand is a God who reveals himself to man as a warrior on the move, whose might is so great that earth shakes at his step, the heavens quake, and the mountains melt before his march.  Make sense? Let us move into the chapter now. So there are these three (3) sections about God and his Power 1)      God is external 2)      God is internal 3)      God’s Power has always been with us, will always be with us meaning it is available, and is waiting for us If you feel like you are far away from God and off track in your faith walk. Make sure you look at who moved ‘cause it sure wasn’t God. We need to remember and understand we can ALWAYS always always (yes three always) TRUST God. Even though this world is on a path of destruction God is still there and available to us because God is here to HELP us. He is ever present. God does not cause evil, he doesn’t like evil, however, he allows the evil to happen here, on Earth because we as humans choose for it to be here. God gave us human choice. It is essentially our fault that evil continues. So we’ve covered verses 1-4. Vs.5) The River is referring to God pouring out his presence to his people. Who are his people? We are, of course! Mount Zion, remember, is the earthly dwelling place for God. Another name we see here for God is the “Most High”. Wow, just stop and think for a moment of all the names God has. This list presents the biblical names of God and Jesus and where they are located in Scripture. With 102 names of God represented, the list, though not exhaustive, is quite extensive. Let’s take a moment to name:     Biblical Names of God Advocate – 1 John 2:1 Almighty – Revelation 1:8 Alpha – Revelation 1:8 Amen – Revelation 3:14 Angel of the Lord – Genesis 16:7 Anointed One – Psalm 2:2 Apostle – Hebrews 3:1 Author and Perfecter of our Faith – Hebrews 12:2 Beginning – Revelation 21:6 Bishop of Souls – 1 Peter 2:25 Branch – Zechariah 3:8 Bread of Life – John 6:35,48 Bridegroom – Matthew 9:15 Carpenter – Mark 6:3 Chief...

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Psalm 45 and some off topic conversation <3

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 17 comments

Psalm 45 and some off topic conversation

Good evening my fellow Bible Studiers! Try and keep up tonight, the study gets quite interesting and do feel free to comment you thoughts or ask questions if you are confused or concerned with anything. Happy Reading:   PSALM 45 Read over the chapter – does anything jump out at you?   Yes, in verse 7 it says, “Therefore God, Your God…” What does this mean? This is referring to God the Father and God the Son (Jesus). God is the moral purpose and is supreme. God the father is anointing God the Son and is telling some of the prophecy that will soon unfold in the New Testament. So did those readying this text back then understand what “Therefore God, Your God..” meant? To a degree they understood just like to a degree we understand. We know that it talks about God the Father and God the Son; they knew it was referring to the prophecy of God; however, this text will never make complete sense to us in our human nature. You have to understand that the only human form of God was his Son, Jesus. God was not reincarnated. Also, remember that the only “people” to see God the Father were Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden before they ate from the Tree of Knowledge and sin infested us creating our human nature to be impure. Moses only sees a glimpse of God passing by and even from this glimpse Moses’ robe starts to “glow” from the Glory of God. To see God the Father would kill human because God is so pure and we, in human form, are born into a sinful world. Light and Darkness can NOT be together! This Psalm is referring to a crowned prince or the marriage of a king and queen – a royal event. By looking at Hebrews 1: 8&9 you can interpret this Psalm: Hebrews 1:8-9 New International Version (NIV) 8 But about the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, will last forever and ever; a scepter of justice will be the scepter of your kingdom. 9 You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness; therefore God, your God, has set you above your companions by anointing you with the oil of joy.”[a] Footnotes:  Psalm 45:6,7 Who is the King?       God is the King and he is a God of righteousness. Just like Christ Jesus the King here is described as a mighty warrior. We know the king is God because he is the only one whose throne will endure forever and ever, no human king not even David, will reign forever and ever. Is this Psalm a wedding? Yes, it is about a royal wedding between God/Jesus Christ (groom) and the Church (the bride). The place referred to as “Ophir” is near Sadie Arabia and is known for their gold and jewels. What comes to mind when you think of Saudi Arabia, Gold, and Jewels? ALADDIN!! Now, we can’t say Aladdin is bible based but if it does give you a thought about what the place was like. Broken down we see the Old Testament is in 4 sections: 5 books of law, 12 books of history, 5 books of poetry, 17 books of prophets 12 books of minor prophets, and 5 books of major prophets The Psalms and the...

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Psalms Book2 Chapters 42;43;44

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 14 comments

Psalms Book2 Chapters 42;43;44

      March 20, 2014 It’s that time of the week again. We’ve come together to study Book 2 of 5 in Psalms Chapter 42 This chapter (and 43) were both written by the son of Korah. This chapter express the suffering or the pain when one is away from God after having a relationship with him. There is also suffering from the temple and the thirst for his spirit. He is praying to God during his sorrow.  When you have issues of any kind the best place to go is to God. Being cut off from God is like your body being dehydrated. This Psalmist is so anguished that he has no appetite. The time frame is during a Jewish festival with a big feast but the Psalmist says he has not had any food. This is a spiritual exile but with the help of the Lord you will receive countance  which comes from being in the “Presence of God”. How are you in the presence of God? Through prayer, worship, meditation and just focus on God you are in the presence. Also remember, you must focus quietly and humble yourself before God. God speaks in this quietness more often than in loudness; although he can and has. Sometimes we just need /have to shut up and listen. Getting quiet and focusing on God & God alone is a spiritual place you need to be and to get off by yourself here. Where is your quiet place? Vs. 8~ The Lord is our continuous form of comfort – no matter what is going on he will always be there for you Vs. 9~ “My Rock”; this refers to God’s strength and durability. “Upon this rock I will build my church”-Jesus Listen to Larry Norman “Rock that doesn’t roll” Vs. 10~ a crisis of faith because of the threat or defeat- others saying “Where is your God” A blindness of unbelief comes from this question. How do we see God?     Through our Spiritual Eyes by having faith and through eyes of faith we can see God. The day is coming when faith will be sight and we will see God face to face. Vs.11~This response Is appropriate for everything were go through to climb up and out of. Look at the little pockets of Jesus/God that are coming through. Example: Hollywood is bringing more Christian based movies like “God’s Not Dead”. America shows that she wants more of this and that God is in the final control in the final analysis. NOT the President. Not the Congress and NOT the supreme court. The chapter concludes with the Psalmist giving all the glory and praise back to God.   Psalm 43 A conclusion to Psalm 42 because there is a parallel progression of thought and similar wording. The is also an independent prayer. Vindicate or plead my case is referring to legal terms as the psalmist is dependent on God as his judge. Expectant and honest is the confidence the psalmist has in God. Light and truth are connectors to God The true source of Joy comes from Jesus Christ. We need to remember and understand that when we look at any sorrowful  circumstance it will bring us despair bur know that God is with us will bring us...

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Bible Study at Brentwood Psalms 39 40 41

Posted by on Mar 13, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 4 comments

Bible Study at Brentwood Psalms 39 40 41

Click here to read Chapters 1-38 Good Evening and traveling mercies to all who have to drive or have been driving in this weather. Though our numbers were small our hearts were mighty, and they still are! So let begin – by the end of tonight’s Bible study we will have finished the first book of Psalms. Psalm 39: Read chapter 39 – any questions? Jump to verse 13. Look away from me. Why would David say this? He feels the conviction of the Holy Spirit and does not want God to look upon him with such guilt. Now look at the end of the sentence I go away AND am no more. This is referring to the dying of the physical state that. Death David is gone and dead. This being in the Old Testament there were so many different beliefs about eternal life but this is talk about lying the physical body down and it is gone. In this chapter we see David confess and then meditate on how vain life is and that life is like a vapor, here then gone.  God’s discipline is not here to hurt us but to help us and correct us. David recognized the power of the tongue and how powerful saying something can be. Your words are very important.  They can hurt worse than a punch in the face.  There is so much temptation with the tongue and when we learn to control it is shows a mark of God’s grace.  Reading that the heart is hot is saying the soul is agitated. David made a vow in verse one and broke it. He is upset for saying what he said because he knew he should not have said it. We need to understand we as humans are frails and life is short. We need to emulate Christ every day. We are children of God and this means WE WIN! We will not be disappointed in the eternal life. What happens to us in life is usually brought on by ourselves. God lets us go through these things to teach us, draw us closer, and grow us to mature into disciples to spread. You need to have a joy in everything. What do you want? You want the Lord (well you should at least) God uses what David is going through to bring David back to where he needs to be. David is saying to God, “I NEED YOU!” David is not blaming God. David knows what is going on is because of the sins he committed that displeased God. When we know Christ we know that we are just an alien to this world because we will be here only a little while because we will go into eternity with him. Jesus knew/knows what human nature and feeling is – two instances (commented one person) – when Jesus prayed in the Garden of Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane and then when Lazarus died and Jesus wept for his friend. In that moment he felt that loss. When you look at the big picture though we are only separated for a little while time before being reunited. Look at David how much sorrow he went through but still saw the joy in the situation and he’s even called a...

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American Family Radio 88.9FM

Posted by on Mar 7, 2014 in It's Happening at Brentwood | 2 comments

American Family Radio 88.9FM

  Have you ever just wondered to yourself why do I learn and worship about and to  Jesus on Sunday Morning or Maybe you go to a Bible Study Wednesday and think only Sunday and Wednesday? It’s not that you don’t want more but your schedule is just so tied up its almost impossible. What about this one: you love the worship music but you can’t buy every CD the choir/band sings or plays. This is where the radio comes in. You can tune in every day every hour every minute to get your Jesus on by turning to Station 88.9 FM – AMERICAN FAMILY RADIO (AFR) http://www.afa.net/radio/ American Family Radio Network is approximately 200 radio stations strong reaching into 39 states with the Gospel along with news and information equipping families to stand firm for Christ in a post-Christian culture. Brentwood is one of the homes in which AFR is broadcasted from. This station not only plays wonderful worship music but also has different segments of information on the Bible, financial issues, and what is going on in the world from a Christian point of view! This station is family oriented so you can listen no matter who is in the...

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