Boaz

When a Man Loves a Woman

By Stacey Cox

Before Boaz could take Ruth to be his bride, certain obligations had to be met within the Levirate Law. A godly man, Boaz was determined to act in accordance with this law of redemption - even though it meant waiting and risking the loss of Ruth to a closer kinsman-redeemer.  Boaz's deep, personal love for Ruth shines through in this final chapter of the book. Love found a way. Join us Sunday for "When a Man Loves a Woman."

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He Said "Yes!"

By Stacey Cox

Harvests are joyful times. We love a good harvest festival, whether it celebrates apples, pumpkins, or cotton coming in. The celebration would probably be greater if we realized all that a farmer goes through to bring in crop and so keep us alive. Last week we witnessed as Ruth agreed to the plan of Naomi, heading down to the harvest "job site" to propose that Boaz fulfill the law of the kinsman-redeemer. How shall this noble man respond? Join us Sunday for "'He said, Yes!'"

The Generous Master

Aaron Mann

The Generous Master

Ruth 2:14-23

As our story continues to unfold, Ruth finds herself gleaning in the fields of a wealthy man by the name of Boaz. Ruth, a poor foreigner, has done nothing to merit his attention. She is a long shot to gain his affection. Yet, Boaz takes notice of Ruth. Join us this week as the story of Ruth and Boaz heats up. 

We look forward to seeing you this Sunday for "The Generous Master"!