Ministries and Resources

Sunday (Directions)

  • 9:45 AM Coffee
  • 10:00AM Worship
  • 11:30AM Fellowship Time

 


We are studying an overview of the Old Testament.  Looking at the very real, very much "like me" men and women in the Bible is an adventure that shows us more about Who our God is and about HOW amazing is His faithfulness! 

Devotional Guide: "Broken... Needs Fixed!" includes 28 days of daily devotions that look at key Bible passages that speak about the issues of brokenness and  restoration. This little booklet focuses on the priority of ministry to those who are affected by disability. This devotional is a great way to understand what we believe. (PDF file)

Blog: Restoration Heart by Ann Holmes. Ann about life and ministry, about Jesus and restoration, and especially about issues of the heart - . www.restorationheart.blogspot.com.
 
Lives Restored: A ministry  of our church. This separate non-profit organization works in practical ways in the Pittsburgh community to minister in the name of Jesus. Lives Restored focuses exclusively on ministry to special needs individuals and families.  Some specific ways Lives Restored reaches out:
  • special needs parent support groups
  • camps for families affected by disability
  • respite events for special needs parents
  • transitional care and life coaching for special needs adults
  • and more
 

Enjoy this week's featured links!


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Position Papers: Resources that explain the foundations of our ministry plans, perspectives and priorities.

Ministry Links: A set of Links to ministry partners and other sources of information regarding ministry to those affected by disability.

Bibliography: A list of books we are think are well worth reading.

  • Same Lake, Different Boat (Stephanie Hubach)
  • All God's Children (Joni Eareckson Tada)
  • When God Weeps (Joni Eareckson Tada)
  • The God Who Is There (Francis A. Schaeffer)
  • Ministries of Mercy (Timothy J. Keller)
  • How To Be A Christian In A Brave New World (Joni Eareckson Tada and Nigel M. de S. Cameron)