In the midst of deep relational pain, our Lord offers a path of healing. In his example of graciously taking away the obstacles that separate us from God, we can learn how to bridge the gaps that we put up between one another.
In Like 12:16-21, we come to see that it is foolish living when we only bless ourselves. Rather than live with discontentment, we must use our time, treasures, and talents, to bless other and build up the kingdom of God.
As disciples of Jesus we are called to face uncertain times aware without worrying, engaged without fear.
Robby fills in following Jared’s recent surgery.
As followers of Jesus, there is a choice to be made – to live for ourselves or to live for Christ. The only way to find true life as a follower of Jesus is to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Him wholeheartedly.
Shame, whether caused by something we did or something someone did to us, has damaging effects in our lives. As we see in the story of the woman in Luke 8, we die to shame when we tell our story, have our heads lifted, and re-enter a loving community.
Youth Sunday 2020! Several members of our youth group deliver messages about “How Great is our God” and how that relates to their lives. This year we have Greg Baker, Makenzie Morgan, Sam Ray, and John Mohr.
New year, new sermon series! We revisit our previous series on our Church’s Mission and Vision statements. The next few weeks will address how we can measure our progress.
In Romans 8, we develop a healthy view of ourselves in Christ. With this view in mind, we can then see others as both created by God and as people who matter.