Posts by Thomas Anderson (Page 11)

February 19th Emmaus Member’s Meeting

Emmaus Members, As you know, this Sunday night at 6:00 PM we will have our quarterly Members‘ Meeting. Your attendance at this meeting is an important part of your membership at the church. As a member who is given the responsibility to guard the gospel and participate in its advancement, these meetings are vital in serving to help us communicate, preserve unity, and bring about decisions together as…

Preparing for Sunday

This Sunday morning we will be studying Genesis 21:8-21. Below are the sermon outline and order of service. Reviewing this will aid in preparing your heart for our Sunday gathering. SERMON Title: Children of the Promise Text: Genesis 21:8-21; Galatians 4:1-5:26 Big Idea: We must remove anything that opposes God’s promised plan of blessing. Scene 1: A…

Connect Class

Emmaus Connect Class Are you interested in getting more information about Emmaus? Are you considering becoming a member? Wherever you find yourself, we recommend you attend our one-day connect class. This one-day connect class will answer a range of questions concerning Emmaus: what type of church is Emmaus? What does Emmaus believe? What is Emmaus’…

Preparing for Sunday

This Sunday morning we will be studying Genesis 21:1-7. Below are the sermon outline and order of service. Reviewing this will aid in preparing your heart for our Sunday gathering. SERMON Title: The Promise Keeper Text: Gen. 21:1-7 Big Idea: Since God has a track record of keeping his promises we must count on him…

Hymn Sing

Join us on Sunday, January 29th for a churchwide hymn sing. Our time together will be given entirely to “addressing one another with psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with all your heart, (Eph 5:19).

Sermons from Emmaus Bible Church, Omaha, NE

ABS Big Words to Know, Love, and Share

We invite you to attend Emmaus’ Adult Bible School on Sunday mornings from 9:00 – 9:45 AM. Grab a cup of coffee, pastry, and enjoy some good morning fellowship. Feel free to bring your kids; you also have the option to take them to the nursery or Children’s Sunday School for ages 3 and up. These morning courses provide spiritual nourishment and a sound Christian foundation.