The epistle to the Thessalonians is certainly one of the most ancient Christian documents in existence. It is typically dated c. 50/51 CE. It is universally assented to be an authentic letter of Paul.
Thessalonica was the capital of the province of Macedonia and a large seaport. The letter to the Thessalonians is thought to have been written by Paul from Corinth a few months after founding a congregation there.
"For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive the things done in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad." — 2 Corinthians 5:10
Did you know that Christians will be judged one day?
Don't panic, this is not a judgment about whether or not we get into heaven. This is about the rewards you will receive.
Luke 14:14 says, "Then at the resurrection of the godly, God will reward you for inviting those who could not repay you" (NLT) ...
Aaron shares his testimony, “In the spring of 1982, I attended a Billy Graham evangelistic crusade in Portland, Maine. During the message, God opened my heart and the Holy Spirit convicted me of my sin. Consequently, I responded to the Gospel invitation and received Christ through faith and repentance. However, in the fall of 1989 I began premedical studies at the University of Maine. Since I was a science major at a university antagonistic toward Christianity ...
Watch for the development of our building project at this site.
The Children's Ministry Center will house NorthSide's Awana Ministry for children on Wednesday nights as well as serve as a fellowship building for the church. In addition to the multi-purpose/fellowship room with the Awana recreation pattern etched into the floor, the building will provide a nicely equipped kitchen and additional restroom facilities.
Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program to help people overcome their hurts, hang-ups and habits. Founded in 1991, Celebrate Recovery is a faith based program that, through Jesus Christ, brings real healing to those struggling by changing their hearts and not just their minds.