Stone's Hill Community Church
We’re sojourners here - at home, but not at home. We have a high view of life, and sex, and marriage. We’re honest in our dealings with others. We don’t perform libations to some pagan god or cult, but we love those who do. We endure insults and rudeness. We’re generous with what we have. We care for sick people regardless of their race. Christ is Lord. We are Christians and we'll be unpacking what all of this means in this new series - SENT. Welcome to Stones Hill Community Church and Online Notes!
Locations & Times
  • Stone's Hill Community Church - Ligonier Main Campus
    151 W Stones Hill Rd, Ligonier, IN 46767, USA
    Saturday 3:02 PM
We welcome you to Stone's Hill today!

A typical Stone's Hill service has music (feel free to sing out); some announcements (things that are upcoming that you can be a part of); a message out of the Bible (God speaks to us through his Word); and an opportunity for you to respond to the message (either immediately in the case of a decision that needs to be made OR in the future as you live out the message in your life.)

So relax and enjoy your morning! We're so glad you are here!
A pastor described Agrippa with the phrase "the curse of casualness." He seemed to be relaxed and unconcerned. Indifferent. Apathetic. Contrast this with Paul. Paul had a sense of urgency. What is urgency? Something requiring immediate action or attention.

A key verse is Acts 26:28. It says: "Then Agrippa said to Paul, “Do you think that in such a short time you can persuade me to be a Christian?” (NIV). The reading is slightly different in the NKJV (New King James Version): "Then Agrippa said to Paul, “You almost persuade me to become a Christian.”

This verse gives us three important words (with help from Warren Wiersbe):
"Christian" - a despised word
"Persuade"- a decisive word
"Almost" - a dangerous word

Dismissal Song

Unspoken - You've Always Been (Official Music Video)

The Short Story Film


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Stone's Hill Community Church Sermons

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