Nehemiah’s passionate prayer and the 7 elements that made it great. Nehemiah was devastated. His brother Hanani had just returned from Judah and given him news of how his Israelite brothers and sisters were faring, those who had left Persia and returned to the land of Judah to rebuild Jerusalem and the walls that protected their cities. Hanani’s report was “The survivors in the province who have survived the captivity are in great trouble and disgrace. The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned in the fire.” This news broke Nehemiah’s heart. “When I heard these words, I sat and wept and mourned for days, and I was fasting and praying before the God of the heavens.” It had been 90 years since … Read More
Welcome to the family, Natasha!
What a happy day! A couple of weeks ago Natasha Arneaud’s family and church watched with joy as she committed her life to Jesus through baptism. All of the photos came in and we just had to share! This is our second baptism, and the first baptism we’ve had within our own doors, so this is a momentous occasion for Natasha and MyGeneration Church too. We can’t wait to see how she’ll grow in her walk with Christ.
MyGen’s First Annual Retreat
Join MyGeneration Church for our first spiritual retreat! We’ll be escaping the busy city and relaxing at the beautiful Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This will happen from Thursday evening, July 1st to Sunday Morning July 4th. We’ll be enjoying the beauty of nature, fun activities, good food, and spiritual revival with Duddley Francois.Ready to register?Fill out our registration form.Register now!While there’s still space.Need more details?View it in our event calendar.View it nowIn our event calendar.What’s Included?0Nights Stay0MealsPool AccessSporting Area AccessGym AccessAdditional ActivitiesEscape RoomsPony RidesRock ClimbingObstacle CoursesWildlife CenterLearn more about pricing & packages for Outdoor Adventures at Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center.Register for the Retreat
The L Word: How to Deal With, and Pray About, Lust.
Being that this month is about love and the legacy of African American history, I think we should talk about lust. Great Segway, right? Go with me on this one as we flesh (pun intended) this out and hopefully get to some practical resolutions and ways to liberate ourselves from the bondage of lust. Before I get in to my take on lust, I have to attack the notion and the tendency of the church to focus on the acts or the symptoms of lust (rubbernecking, impure thoughts, masturbating, pornography etc.) and guilt tripping its sufferers instead of trying to diagnose the cause or the underlying condition and introducing the remedy. My hope for this (my very first & very close to home)piece is to advocate for those … Read More