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Previously, we discussed the true Enemy – that is, the adversary of God is our enemy. We took a few minutes then to consider how the Enemy tempts us to be unjust, oppressive, and hurtful to ourselves if we let him. In this weekend's message, I'll take this concept to the heart of the matter of self-care. We will see how the LORD intends to dwell in us and why care for His dwelling place is essential.

Sermon notes and study guides are easily obtained by clicking the links below:

This week's sermon notes

This week's family and small group lesson

The Great Divorce: Episode 2

In this second discussions about C.S. Lewis' "The Great Divorce" we learn the basic setting and premise of the story. Then, we discuss the fundamental matters that separate Heaven and Hell. To get the most out of this study we recommend that you acquire a copy of the book and study guide. Both are available on Amazon and other retailers. 

Raw recording of Wednesday night study group.

Whos is your enemy? Why? Do others consider him/her an enemy? How should Christians respond to God's enemies? What about violence?

This is a raw recording of the weekly study group led by Pastor Dan.

The Great Divorce: Episode 1

This is the first of a new series for study discussions about C.S. Lewis' "The Great Divorce." To get the most out of this study we recommend that you acquire a copy of the book and study guide. Both are available on Amazon and other retailers. 

Say “Yes” to Missions

Rev. Glenn Howell shared this inspiring message on the occasion of Shiloh's "2nd Mile Sunday." He reminded us all of the importance of giving more to the LORD than a little time and a little treasure. We also heard from Shiloh's Director of Outreach and Mission, Jessika Henning, and active mission and outreach team member, Levi Nigg. Levi's words can be read by clicking here

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Welcome to Shiloh's virtual church classroom where we are visiting the world of "Doctor Who." Our discussion is structured around a bible study curriculum written by Matt Rawle called, "The Salvation of Doctor Who." 

In this final episode we will discuss the impossible to understand "bigger on the inside than it is on the outside" nature of the TARDIS and how the Trinity is similar in nature. 

It would be helpful if you watch some episodes of "Doctor Who." You'll have plenty to choose from since the show has aired in the UK and US for over 50 years. 

Please purchase or borrow a copy of the excellent resource written by Matt Rawle, "The Salvation of Doctor Who: A Small Group Study Connecting Christ and Culture." (Abingdon Press 2015 ISBN 978-1-5018-0380-2) Available at Amazon

This weekend we will continue the series of messages about sharpening our Christian Vision. The topic for the sermon will be "our relationship with society." How does a Christian disciple respond to the unbelieving world around him/her? What about those who share the Name of Jesus Christ, but oppose us for other reasons? 

 
 

Welcome to Shiloh's virtual church classroom where we are visiting the world of "Doctor Who." Our discussion is structure around a bible study curriculum written by Matt Rawle called, "The Salvation of Doctor Who." 

In this episode we will discuss the Doctor's enemies and his only sidearm, the sonic screwdriver. How do you define enemies? Are rivals and those who descent from our ideologies evil? What is evil and how do we know it when we see it? Listen to this episode and then discuss it with other Christian believers. 

It would be helpful if you watch some episodes of "Doctor Who." You'll have plenty to choose from since the show has aired in the UK and US for over 50 years. 

Please purchase or borrow a copy of the excellent resource written by Matt Rawle, "The Salvation of Doctor Who: A Small Group Study Connecting Christ and Culture." (Abingdon Press 2015 ISBN 978-1-5018-0380-2) Available at Amazon

 

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