In this week’s sermon, we answer a difficult question that all of us have had at one point or another in our lives. If we are going to struggle, if we are going to face hard times, why bother being a Christian? We find a powerful answer, and a wonderful reassurance in our scripture today.
Today we are challenged, challenged as to what God requires of us as his followers. In our scripture today, we look to the example of Abraham and his abundant trust in our Lord to provide. It is here with Abraham that we stand, living our lives with the hope of Christ and a willingness to … [Read more…]
There is no virtual worship service this week as Pastors John and Sheena are on vacation. Thanks for stopping in and we will be back next week. God Bless.
In this week’s scripture, we find a reassuring message in a difficult scripture: our God sees us, and He hears us. Always. No matter what.
This week we look at an Old Testament scripture from the Book of Genesis. Through the Story of Abraham and Sarah, we are reminded that nothing is impossible for God, and when God calls on us, we are to respond extravagantly.
Today in our worship service, we present a modified version of the baccalaureate message that we presented to the graduating seniors of the Class of 2023. It is a message that speaks to all who are in a period of transition but also imparts truth to all who have ears to hear.
Today, we celebrate Trinity Sunday, a celebration of the Three in One; the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We wrestle a bit with truly understanding what the Trinity is all about, but we work to keep our focus as well. To keep our faith simple and clear. To celebrate God and to enjoy each and … [Read more…]
Today is a busy Sunday as we celebrate Pentecost, the birth of the church. We also remember those who have given their all in defense of our country. Come, let us feel the Spirit and share in the Good News of our Jesus Christ!
Today, we are challenged by Jesus Christ. We are reminded that He loves us unexpectedly and beyond measure, and he expects us to do the same for all people. We accept that to be Christians we need to love dangerously, and that means never losing our empathy or our ability to see one another as … [Read more…]
Today we celebrate Mother’s Day, and we celebrate that in this world, that tries to bring us down, we have our Lord and Savior who gives us a response to the world… A response of triumphant hope! We are blessed because we are able to share the hope our Risen Christ in a world that … [Read more…]