North Tampa Gospel Hall
North Tampa Gospel Hall is the meeting place of a group of Christians who gather unto the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, seeking to follow the Biblical pattern as laid forth throughout the New Testament. Our fellowship has no denominational affiliation but is self-governed and self supported.
No public collections are taken and no appeal is ever made for funds or pledges. It is our desire to have a warm and spiritual atmosphere in which the entire family can find encouragement, growth and lasting satisfaction through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Come to Sunday School!
Every Sunday at 12 noon we have a Sunday School for children, teenagers, and adults. All are welcome to come along and join in the choruses and hear Bible Stories and gospel message. Coffee and refreshment are served before Sunday School each week at 11:45 am.
No Collection is ever taken.
Breaking of Bread
Sunday School & Gospel Message
Prayer and Ministry
2020 Youth Conference Weekend
January 18 - 20, 2020
Speakers: Peter Ramsay and Andrew Ussher
For Information and Accommodations:
Tom Clark - firstname.lastname@example.org or (412) 491-8100
SUBJECT: Living a God-Honoring Life in a God-Hating World
The Bible is the single authoritative source we have for every circumstance life. In it, we find God’s character revealed and his great eternal purposes unveiled, while also learning how you and I fit into his redemptive program.
It would have been sufficient if God had simply given us an alphabetical or chronological instruction manual, replete with His laws and expectations from us, and punctuated with an authoritative command that we follow it.
But instead, God has given us fascinating glimpses in His word into dozens of intriguing characters who served him in various ways in diverse circumstances over thousands of years in differing eras. We can be confident that their lives are given to us for our personal instruction – and we have many lessons to learn from their examples (both positive and negative).
The challenges and opportunities we face in 2020 may differ somewhat from those faced by men and women of God in previous eras, but the core issues have always remained the same. The world system has hated God, opposed His purposes and ensnared his people in every age. And yet, in every era God has furthered his work using human instruments. Fundamentally, it is no different for you and for me in our 21st century context.
Our prayer is that, as we study these selected Bible characters this weekend, invaluable lessons from their lives will be transferred by the Spirit of God into each of our hearts. None of us were called to stand before Nebuchadnezzar in Babylon, nor to bear the reproach that a young teenage single mother bore 2,000 years ago, nor to fight the Philistines, nor to follow Jesus of Nazareth when he walked here on earth. But, like these historical characters, each of us has been called to the same standard of consecrated, devoted, whole-hearted service for our Lord in a hostile world that has only deepened in its disdain and rejection of Him and His claims.
Saturday, January 18th
Session One 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
The Boys in Babylon (Daniel, et al)
"Withstanding and Witnessing in a Hostile Environment"
"Courage, Conviction, Consistency, Character"
LUNCH 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Session Two 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
"Tragic Fall - Triumphant Service"
Mary (the Lord’s Mother)
"Values and Virtues for the Ups and Downs of Life"
Session Three 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
"Attitudes and Assets that Qualify a Young Person for Leadership"
"Character Development - Courage in Crisis"
SUPPER 5:15 pm
Sunday, January 19th
Breaking of Bread 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Sunday School 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
LUNCH 12:45 pm - 2:30 pm
Session Four 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
"Potential Squandered - Catastrophic Compromise"
Priscilla & Aquila
"Availability and Adventures of a Couple United in Serving the Lord"
Recreational Day - TBA