Rev. Kenneth Fellenbaum

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Milford, Connecticut, United States

Bible Verse of the Day

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Reposted from comment to Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA

Regarding the travel ban...

The Kingdom of God is by it’s very nature International in scope and make up (Matt. 28:19). Governments are responsible for their own citizens. Christians hold dual citizenship (Phil. 3:20) and sometimes are faced with conflicting “laws”. While we are to be in submission to the authorities (Rom. 13:1), our highest obligation is to God (Acts 5:29). “Welcome the stranger” may include risks that those in positions of authority – whether it’s government officials (Country) or parents (home), need to thoughtfully weigh & consider. We live in a dangerous time & world. This Executive Order was announced as “temporary” – input around common sense concerns should be channeled respectfully thru our elected leaders. And don’t forget to pray for “all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives” (l Tim. 2:2)

Friday, February 3, 2017

In response to UCC Question

In response to UCC question: Tell us what you're doing to help build a just world for all!

The root of injustice is sin. By proclaiming the Gospel we share the life changing message of salvation - forgiveness of sin. We can then live in God's love and in harmony with our fellow human beings. The Church of Jesus Christ offers fellowship to all believers and provides an example of people of all races & nations living & working together for peace & justice. Very much needed in today's broken & hurting world! Wildermere Beach Congregational Church has endeavored to do this throughout it's 122 years of existence - as a community Church and in covenant relationship with other Churches/Christians. We are "a basic Church where everyone is welcome" ... in all of our services, programs & events.