Roughly 2000 years ago a significant group of people gathered for a meal— still talked about to this day. Substituting for Wave Nunnally, Ruthie Oberg of the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center, talks about the people at that dinner. In their lives we see the reflections of our own … today, on Faithbuilders.
In Holy Scripture, God affirms His presence with a punctuation of fire. Whether it’s Moses in the Old Testament at the burning bush, or on Mt. Carmel, or in the New Testament with tongues of fire at Pentecost: it’s a subject we explore today, on Faithbuilders.
Pentecost was one of three agricultural festivals that required pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Connection to Pentecost in the Old Testament, however, is often overlooked by today’s reader of Bible. We take up the subject today … on Faithbuilders.
Our class is blessed to have so many missionaries in weekly attendance. Their fields-of-service have taken them around the world, and yet they honor us by calling Faithbuilders home. They are inspiring, their work vital, and today, we have the opportunity to hear their personal stories.