Families are encouraged to arrive at 10:00 am.
Service begins at 10:30 am.
Fellowship meal after conclusion of service.
4372 Casa Brazilia Dr
St Louis, MO 63129
We are located in the Brazilia Plaza Building – at the corner of Kinswood Lane and Forder Road.
We welcome you to our website in the name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our goal at Reformation Christian Assembly is to glorify and worship our true, living and holy Triune Lord.
- We desire to present Christ-centered preaching and teaching based upon the Scriptures which is the infallible Word of God.
- The purpose of the church is to glorify God by submitting to His Word; therefore we seek to build up the saints through the doctrinal preaching of the whole counsel of God.
- We believe that God’s sovereign grace alone saves us as sinners therefore our righteousness is found in Christ alone.
- We believe that Scripture shows us that we should worship as families so we encourage family members to sit together as families for the worship of our Lord.
Text: I Timothy 1:18-20
#5 in I Timothy Series
We don’t look at our lives as if we are engaged in a war, but, we are. John Calvin declared that “the Christian must be ready to fight.” The Apostle Paul calls Timothy to “wage the good warfare” – a reminder of the spiritual battle we are engaged in. This week we’ll look at this reality to understand its origin and what it means for us to wage this war, and what it means to be handed over to Satan. May we all be like Paul, who served in the Lord’s army till the end of his life, never leaving the fight. I Timothy 1:18-20
Text: Hosea 11:12-12:14
#14 in Hosea Series
We live in a time and age that is much like ancient Israel – where sin and wickedness abound throughout the land. Many people give into the temptation to lie and deceive their way through life. It seems as though being deceitful and being a liar is the “norm.” When God shows us our sin, He does so that we will return to Him in repentance. We all need to have a God-centered perspective on our sin. Hosea 11:12–12:14
Text: John 1:1-13
It is an unmitigated redundancy for us to say that the Bible is Christ-centered. After all, the Gospel hinges upon the work of Jesus as our Savior and Practitioner of redemption. However, when reading through the Bible’s different authors whose work God has inspired, we can’t help but notice the Apostle John’s singular focus upon the work and personhood of Christ. This perspective of John’s is perhaps most notable in the beginning of the Gospel that bears his name. Andrew Esping begins to unpack the rich text of John’s prologue as the Apostle labors to tell us about the Man who was not only the Son of God and Savior of humanity, but John’s close and personal friend.
Text: Luke 21:5-38
#86 in Luke Series
In Luke chapter 21, Jesus gave some startling prophecies regarding the immediate future of Jerusalem as well as the eventual state of the world at large. The key to our having sufficient confidence to face whatever happens in the future is for us to place our full trust in Him. In fact, Jesus tells us in verse 33: “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My Words will by no means pass away.” Mr Ford’s sermon touches upon Jesus’ command to “take heed to yourselves,” lest the day of His coming takes us off guard. We will also look at what our Lord means when He tells us to watch for His coming so that we might be counted “worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man.” Luke 21:5-38
“The City of God” by St. Augustine
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 – 6:30pm
Men’s Study: Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, February 7, at 6:30 pm. As we continue in our study on knowing Christ in the book “Ichthus” please read chapter seven: “The Tomb – Resurrection” (pages 105-128) in preparation.
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