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  • Rick Notley

Embracing Home, Hope, and Harvest

At Home Church, we are thrilled to embark on a transformative journey exploring the themes of Home, Hope, and the Lord of the Harvest. Our three-month study for July, August, and September is designed to deepen our understanding of these crucial aspects of our faith.


Finding Home in God's Love

Home is not just a physical space; it's a spiritual sanctuary where we experience God's love, provision, and peace. The story of the prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32 serves as a powerful reminder that God's love is unconditional and ever-present. "God rejoices as we return home to Him," says Elaine Best, who authored the study on 'Home'.


A Place to Belong

Home Church aims to be a place where everyone belongs, irrespective of who they are. We are all part of the body of Christ, and each of us has unique gifts and talents to serve one another.

The Sanctuary of Hope

Hope is an unseen yet powerful force that sustains us. This month, James Wright guides us through understanding how hope is a gift from God that is always present in every situation


The Vision of Unity

Our vision is not just local but extends globally. We aim to be a sanctuary of acceptance, love, and hope. Unity within the church and with other like-minded churches is a cornerstone of this vision.


The Lord of the Harvest

Jesus is the Lord of the Harvest, filled with a passion for souls. As believers, we are called to share this passion and work towards the harvest of souls. Whether or not we have the gift of evangelism, every Christian is called to witness and work towards this harvest.


Action Points

  • Reflect on God's love and share it with those around you.

  • Discover your unique gifts and find ways to serve others.

  • Put your hope in the Lord and allow the Holy Spirit to grow you into maturity.

  • Work on unity within the church and the broader community.

  • Engage in actions that contribute to the harvest of souls.

We invite everyone to join us in this exciting journey as we delve deeper into what it means to find our home in God, to live in hope, and to work for the harvest.


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