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8:15 am Early Worship
9:30 am Breakfast
10:00 am Sunday School*
11:00 am Worship Service*

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Welcome to Faith Family Christian Center

A place where you can truly come as you are and be loved.

Whether you are investigating the claims of Christianity or you already have a strong and vital relationship with Jesus Christ, Faith Family is a place you can call home. We welcome a casual atmosphere where people are at home in a T-shirt and jeans or wearing their "Sunday go to meeting" best.

We believe that Jesus Christ has provided a way for people to live with peace and hope, even in a world where there seems to be neither . . . We would love to help you experience the hope that only He can give.

Come join us this weekend at Faith Family Christian Center
and discover the God you are looking for!

Contact Information

Faith Family Christian Center
2203 38th Ave
Longview, Washington 98632
Fax: 360-425-0292

Suggested Readings To Read Through The Bible In A Year

Tuesday   January 5, 2010   Genesis 11-12 and John 9-10

John 10:10 (ESV) The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.

John is going to tell us later on in this gospel that his reason for writing this book was so that we may know that Jesus is the Son of God and believe on him— and that belief in him results in eternal life. Here in the 10th chapter we have Jesus giving to us a couple of the “I Am” metaphors that describe who he is. In verses 7 and 9 he tells us he is the door to the sheep fold, and in verses 11 and 14 he tells us that he is the Good Shepherd. The people to whom Jesus was speaking in this context all had a very good understanding of the sheepfold, shepherds and their sheep. Shepherding was an integral part of their culture. Many of them would have known about naming their sheep, and about the vulnerabilities of their sheep to certain predators, and the need to protect the sheep and to lead them to the right places for grazing. It is in the midst of these metaphor about sheep that Jesus makes this famous statement in verse 10 as to why he came into our world. He came to give us life . . . abundant life – life to the full. There are those who look at this statement and come to the conclusion that what Jesus was saying is that it is his intention that all Christians be wealthy – that we all have an abundance of money and an abundance of things. I personally don’t think that it is what he had in mind. In fact, it appears to me that for the most part the more things and the more money people have in their possession the more discontent they have. . . Jesus didn’t come so we would have possessions and wealth – he came that we may have life – real life. Let me ask you to give it some thought today. What would your life be like if Jesus had not come? What would your life be like if he was not the “door” and the “good shepherd?” What is it that we have because he did come to our level of existence to live, die, and rise again? What would we not have if Jesus had not come to give us life abundantly?

Suggested Readings To Read Through The Bible In A Year

Wednesday  January 6, 2010   Genesis 13-14 and John 11-12

Thursday      January 7, 2010   Genesis 15-16 and John 13-14

Friday          January 8, 2010   Genesis 17-19 and John 15-16

Saturday      January 9, 2010   Genesis 20-21 and John 17-18

Sunday       January 10, 2010   Genesis 22-24 and John 19-21

Monday      January 11, 2010   Genesis 25-27 and Psalm 1


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