24 by Dr. Abidan Shah

This weekend, as we continue to look at the account of creation in Genesis 1, we are focusing on the actual days themselves. There are many debates and opinions surround how long these days actually were. Through this message, we will understand not only that these were literal 24-hour days, but also how that impacts our understanding of creation itself. The title of this weekend’s message is “24.”

Timeless by Dr. Abidan Shah

This weekend, we are looking at the first verse of the Bible. So many of us know Genesis 1:1 by heart, but have you ever considered what came before Genesis 1:1? Because God is outside of time, He has always been and always will be. This is difficult for our human minds to comprehend, but we will by looking at God’s nature this weekend, specifically his timelessness. How does that impact what we believe? The title of this weekend’s message is “TIMELESS”.

Thankful for Our Church Family by Pastor Abidan Shah

This weekend, we are talking about our church and the family of believers that God has blessed us with here at Clearview. This is such a special place and I am so thankful for each person here, as I know many of you are as well. One way that we can show our gratefulness for our church family is by volunteering to serve in some capacity. There are so many ways to serve and to partner with our church family as we reach the lost and make Christ visible. 

A Mind To Work by Pastor Abidan Shah

This weekend, in light of the Ministry Drive, we will be taking a look at Nehemiah and the account of God’s people rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem. Although people doubted they could accomplish the task before them, they succeeded because they had a unity of spirit and purpose. This weekend’s message is titled “A MIND TO WORK.”


HOW TO MANAGE YOUR TIME WISELY (Article) by Pastor Shah, Clearview Church, Henderson “To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven….He has made everything beautiful in its time.” – Ecclesiastes 3:1,11 As we head back to work, school, and daily responsibilities, we hear—“time flies,” “time marches on,” “watch your time,” and... Continue Reading →

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