Living Faith Church
(A Church of the Nazarene)
6724 South 83rd Avenue,
Ralston, NE 68127
Jesus loves you--and so do we!
Welcome, and thank you for visiting Ralston Living Faith Church online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
We believe that the door to salvation is always open and so are the doors to our church. Our mission is to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms to those in search of the truth. We show God’s love and concern for our fellow man at every opportunity. Through works of charity and opening our doors to listen and love, we feel that we are walking in the footsteps of Jesus Christ.
Dedications & Baptisms Weddings & Funerals
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebrations, of birth, life and death.
Weekly Prayer Meeting, Tuesday
9:00 AM in the Sanctuary
Women’s Bible Study -- Friday
9:30 AM in Church Annex
Men's Bible Study -- Saturday
9:00 AM in Church Annex
Wednesday Night Bible Study in
the Sanctuary and Children's
Ministries at 6:30 PM in the
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This Week's Messages And Bible Studies Are Located In The Audio Archive On The Menu Bar Above.
This week Pastor Ken had this to say:
According to the Westminster Confession, the chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. We were originally created to walk with God in the cool of the day in a beautiful and peaceful garden where there was no sin or rebellion. God made human beings for His own pleasure, to be in communion with Him constantly. Then came the fall where man sinned and was wrenched from that blissful enviornment and cast out into a harsh and threatening existence where no hope existed. Human things like jealousy and hatred arose and the first murder happened. Life was hard and man became a worker of the fields by the sweat of his brow and women began to experience the pain of childbirth as penalty for their sin. We were all born with a fallen nature. Our first and foremost bent was toward darkness and sin. There was no way on earth that we could turn toward God in our own strength. We didn't even know that God existed until in His grace, He provided a way to approach the Great Throne of Grace. By grace He drew us to His throne. He placed a spark of grace into us to let us know that there is a God and that our self was not Him.
Jesus came to make the way for us! By His life, death and resurrection, the Holy of Holies was opened for each one of us to return to the days when the Lord walked with us in the garden. Each day as a born-again Christian should be a Garden of Eden Experience.
But, I want to say that I believe the world is perishing for lack of knowledge of God and the Church of Jesus Christ is famished for want of His presence. I don't know if we have stopped believing or if we have merely become complacent, but the instant cure for most of our spritual ills would be to enter the Presence of God by the spiritual experience of Entire Sanctification. Scripture tells us to ask for it and that God is faithful and will make it happen. It's available if you desire to walk with God in His original intent for humankind.
-- Pastor Ken
If you couldn't attend one of the services this week, you can still listen to our Sunday Adult Bible Study and Pastor's Sunday Morning message via our audio archive located on the menu bar above. Check them out...
Sunday Bible Study is held in
the Fellowship Hall at 9:15 AM.
Sunday Morning Worship is at
10:30 AM in the Sanctuary, with
Children's Church in the Fellowship
Hall on the lower level
Hispanic Services -- Sunday
3:00 PM in Sanctuary
Children's JUMP (Jesus, Use Me
Please) -- Wednesday Evening
6:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall