"Father, there is nothing i can do today that would make you love me more; Nothing i failed to do yesterday made you love me less"
How do we Encourage one another?
When we hold onto a grudge, we are sitting back and allowing it to rob us of our joy, time, and focus.
Rudy and Nits DeGuia are missionaries supported by Pathway in the Phillipines. Nits gives us a glimpse into their incredible work and how God has worked powerfully in their lives.
If Jesus were standing in front of you and he asked "Who do you say I am," what would you say?
In His last moments on the cross, Jesus prayed "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing." This is His prayer on our behalf even today.
In this simple question, Jesus asks if we are doing all we can to pour ourselves out for Him.
Jesus wants to extend mercy to take care of our misery, just as he did to the prostitute in the temple.
Jesus came to the earth to bring peace - not the civil peace we often think of, but internal peace. This is what allows us to become alive in Christ.
Pastor Rob deals with the hard truths about salvation and those who have never heard the Gospel
Pastor Rob expoleres the different reasons for suffering in this world and what we can learn from all of it
There are plenty of people teaching the Prosperity Gospel, however this does not appear anywhere in the Bible, and takes the focus away from God and puts it on man.
There is plenty of violence in the bible, but God's character does not change throughout.
This world is just a temporary home for us, our true home being Heaven. In all things we should be living as if we want to be in Heaven.
The time that Jesus will return is not known by anyone, not even Jesus. Whether it's now or a thousand years from now, we are to be ready.
2 Peter shows us seven general characteristics, one distinguishing mark, and two ultimate outcomes in our walk with Christ.
The Bible has been criticized as a book written by man. 2 Peter shows us that this is not the case, that everything in the Bible is from God.
Simeon's song shows us how we can be controlled by the Holy Spirit, and how we can bless others by sharing the word of God.
At Christmas, we need to remember the events of Jesus' birth. God sent his Son to us so that we might be free in Him.
Guest speaker Trevor Berg explains the irony of the Angel's song, that it was sung to the shepherds, it was an announcement of peace, and on whom his favour rests
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We meet at the 252 6th Street (Bergthaler Mennonite Church) in Winkler, MB.
The service starts at 11:00 and usually goes until noon or so
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Pathway Community Church
What we Believe