Though we may feel despised and forsaken, Isaiah reminds us that God not only redeems us but actually delights in and rejoices over us.
Several thoughts to help clarify our decision to include the recitation of historic Christian creeds in our Lord’s Day worship.
It's in the gospel fellowship of a local church that we encounter the God of all comfort and find strength to suffer well.
The Chalcedonian Creed was finalized at the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451 as a response to several heresies regarding the nature of Christ.
A brief introduction to the book of Romans: why it was written, what it's about, and why it matters for us today.
Far from being a special, mystical experience, abiding in Christ is the Christian's life of trust, obedience, and dependence on Jesus.
An essay on the preservation and the perseverance of the saints.
An introduction to the study of the New Testament Canon and how the issue of Canon applies to us today
On Feb. 23, 2021, the members of ECC voted to revise the church's Constitution and change the church name.