The heroes of the Bible were real people who made mistakes. They were known for their mess ups—and we can all relate to that.
Join us as we wrap up the series, Messed Up, where our focus has been on the flawed and forgiven heroes of the faith whose mistakes can be instructive to our own lives.
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http://www.theridge.church/mensbreakfast Saturday, September 7—If you’re interested in connecting with other men, and learning how you can take a next step at The Ridge, you’re invited to the Men’s Breakfast! Visit us online to sign up.
http://www.theridge.church/sundaylunch Sunday, September 8—Join us right after the 11am service to hang out with other college students, get connected, and enjoy FREE food! All college-aged students and their friends are welcome!
http://www.theridge.church/couplesgroups Beginning Sunday, September 8—Connect with other married couples in a casual environment! Join us in the evenings from 5pm to 6:30pm to enjoy snacks, fellowship, and group discussions! Sign up online today.
http://www.theridge.church/smartstepfamily Beginning Wednesday, September 11—Do you have a “blended” family? If you’re a step-parent, adoptive parent, or foster parent, you’re welcome to join us on Wednesdays! Get support, learn skills, and connect with others in similar stages of life. Register on our website.
http://www.theridge.church/womensbrunch Saturday, September 14—If you’re interested in connecting with other women, and learning how you can take a next step at The Ridge, you’re invited to the Women’s Brunch! Visit us online for info and to sign up today.
"The normal prejudices of the day prohibited public conversation between men and women, between Jews and Samaritans, and especially between strangers. A Jewish Rabbi would rather go thirsty than violate these proprieties."—Walvoord
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