Monthly Archives: August 2010

The “Church Office” Video from Family Camp 2010

Here it is. . . the video that introduced our Family Camp this year—an exclusive look at the elders ironing out the final details of our retreat.

Big thanks to Jason Allison for his wonderful work on this video. It could not have turned out better. Let me preface this video with a few things:

1) If you are new to Redeemer, this will become funnier as you stick around. . . and see how we are making fun of ourselves. If you’ve been around a while, prepare to laugh.

2) My son (Brayton) actually got hit will a baseball at Family Camp. He has still has the baseball threads on his forehead to prove it. You’ll see the irony when you watch the video.

3) No we are not endorsing the television show, The Office. We simply thought the format would provide a hilarious context to make fun of ourselves and get folks excited about Family Camp. I hope it worked!

Two Paths; Two Women; Two Destinations

This past Sunday at Redeemer, we had the joy of hearing Mr. David Joseph finish up our series on Proverbs entitled Questioning Wisdom, with an exposition of Proverbs 7. David’s sermon, “How Can You Live with Temptation?” is available online here and I highly commend it to you! David’s answer to the question posed by the title was threefold: How can you live with temptation?

1. We must grow in wisdom (verses 1-9)
2. We must recognize evil for what it is (verses 10-20)
3. We must think on the results of temptation (21-27)

You can listen to the entire Questioning Wisdom series (Proverbs 2-7) here.