God of the Impossible
God created the universe. God sustained the Israelites in the desert. God brought down Jericho. God gave the Midianite army to Gideon and his 300 men. Jonathan and his armor bearer trusted in God and defeated the Philistines. King Hezekiah prayed to God and the angel of the LORD struck down 185,000 Assyrians. God continued the flour and oil for a widow and her son. God raised back to life the Shunammite's son. God saved the Jews through Esther. God rescued Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego from the fiery furnace. God protected Daniel in the lions’ den. Jesus healed the sick, lame, deaf, mute, blind, and lepers. Jesus fed 5000. Jesus calmed the storm. Jesus raised Lazarus to life. Jesus defeated sin and death.
God is the God of the impossible.
Over and over throughout the Bible we see God call his followers to impossible tasks so that he shows himself mighty and holy among them. God doesn’t live within the human limitations we live in. He is God and he hasn’t stopped being that same God of the Bible. In fact, he is more than able to do more than we can ask or imagine according to his will for his glory.
Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. - Ephesians 3:20-21
God of the impossible… still
When we look at the state of the next generation and the task of rallying parents to return to the Word of God and teaching and training their children to be followers of Jesus, it feels just as impossible as the towering walls of Jericho must have felt to the Israelite army. Yet, what a comfort that our mighty and awesome God fights for us and wins our battles! Nothing is impossible with God.
We feel very strongly that God has called us to this mission. We trust that God can use our simple offering of our lives and service for his glory and for the advancement of his kingdom.
You are needed
We know that we cannot win this fight alone. God has made his Church into his body. We need the rest of the body to join in and serve using the talents, abilities, and resources God has given them.
This means we need you. We believe the best team is the one God puts together.
What gift, talent or resources has God given you?
How can you play a part in supporting this ministry?
Would you prayerfully ask God what ways you can join in this critical fight for the next generation?