Romans Flyover

Pastor Mike kicked off our new sermon series on the book of Romans, giving us an overview of how the book is laid out! There are 16 densely packed chapters in the book of Romans, a letter from Apostle Paul to the church in Rome, whom he loved dearly despite having never met her. The theme of the book of Romans is the ‘Gospel of God’, and there are five main sections to this book: (1) The need for the Gospel (1:18-3:20); (2) the heart of the Gospel (3:21-5:21); the fruit of the Gospel (6:1-8:39); the unstoppability of the Gospel (9:1-11:36); and the new community of the Gospel (12:1-16:27). You can listen to this introductory message by Pastor Mike HERE

A handful of brothers and sisters from Restore will be getting baptized this upcoming Sunday (1/17). We would love to have you join us at the PO (2701 Joy Rd Detroit, MI)  to celebrate this beautiful occasion where people who were once lost, living according to their own terms, make a public declaration of their submission to the lordship of Jesus Christ known!
PlantMidwest is back! This year’s theme is ‘Back to the Basics’, and our first quarterly meeting will be on February 1st at the PO (2701 Joy Rd Detroit, MI 48206) from 10am-1pm. Doors will open with coffee at 9:30am. Joe Swords, the pastor of The Exchange Church in Cilo, MI, will be speaking on proclaiming the Gospel! If you have not noticed, the meeting is being held on Monday, rather than Tuesdays as it was in the past, so if your schedule permits, you can register for FREE at http://www.plantmidwest.com/event/2016-q1/. Don’t forget to hit the ‘DETROIT’ tab! 
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