Chestnut Ridge Church
In the Beginning - Part 4
Tim Haring — In the Beginning is a series focusing on what God has made known about himself in the first three chapters of the Bible.
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  • Chestnut Ridge Church [CRC]
    2223 Cheat Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508, USA
    Sunday 8:00 AM
  • Chestnut Ridge Church
    Sunday 5:55 PM

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Music from today
Going Home [Adam Etris (Special Vocal)], This Is Amazing Grace, This I Believe, Sons and Daughters, Let The Heavens Open [Adam Etris (Lead Vocal), Becca Deming and Emily Garcia (Background Vocals)]

Services are now on Sundays (only) at 9 am, 11 am, and 5 pm. There is programming for birth through 8th grade at both morning services, with plans to add limited childcare during the Sunday evening service in the near future.

College students don't miss out on Encounter. Have questions? Go to theridge.church/crccampusencounter

Starting Point Orientations will be NEXT Sunday, February 5, after each service (9 am, 11 am, and 5 pm). Find out more at theridge.church/startingpoint

Celebrate Recovery meets on Mondays at 6:30 pm. For more info, go to theridge.church/celebraterecovery

Grief Share meets on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. Losing someone hurts, but you don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Grief Share provides resources and people who understand what you are going through, as you look toward rebuilding your life and taking steps to recover from your loss. Register at theridge.church/griefshare.

Beginning February 1st: Divorce and separation are among life’s most difficult and painful experiences. Divorce Care provides healing and support in a group setting for people who are going through separation or divorce. To register, visit theridge.church/divorcecare.

Ready to grow in your relationship with God and others? Take a next step to be a part of a Women's Short-Term Group, venturing into a life change through biblical insight and practical discussion. Visit theridge.church/stg for registration info, dates, times, and childcare availability.

High School students are invited for a free, overnighter at The Ridge! There will be fun, large-group events, small-group discussions, food, and lots of hang-out time. Register at: theridge.church/wiredlock-in

High School Camp is coming! Registration is now open—deposit is due by March 6. For more info: theridge.church/hsc

If you are a parent of a 6th-8th grade student, register them for Crave—an overnighter, where discussion will center on God-created love that has been twisted and morphed into an unhealthy obsession. There's more info at theridge.church/crave

February 10 at 7 pm—You and your spouse deservea fun-filled date night, with dinner, laughter and adult conversation with other couples. There's registration info at theridge.church/mw-datenight, and this event is open to all married and engaged couples.

In the Beginning [January 29, 2017] Tim Haring

Different religions have differing ideas of what God is like. But who is God? How can we know Him? And what difference does any of it make?

In the Beginning is a series focusing on what God has made known about himself in the first three chapters of the Bible in the book of Genesis. Join us in discovering how life changing this information can be in our relationship with God and with others.
God lives in eternal community; so should we.
What exactly is the Trinity? According to the New Bible Dictionary:
Three affirmations are central to the historic doctrine of the Trinity: 1. there is but one God; 2. the Father, the Son and the Spirit is each fully and eternally God; 3. the Father, the Son, and the Spirit is each a distinct person.[1]


[1] Turner, M., & McFarlane, G. (1996). Trinity. In D. R. W. Wood, I. H. Marshall, A. R. Millard, J. I. Packer, & D. J. Wiseman (Eds.), New Bible dictionary (3rd ed., p. 1209). Leicester, England; Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.
God lives in eternal community; so should we.

Discussion Questions

Ready to take a next step in your personal or group study time? Follow the link below for printable discussion questions about today's message. You'll also find links to this Sunday's audio, video and weekend program.

http://www.chestnutridgechurch.com/project/inthebeginningpart4/

Miss a weekend?

You can watch or listen to past messages online!

http://www.chestnutridgechurch.com/messages/