This weekend, we are continuing through the first chapter of 1 Peter. Peter is reminding the Jewish people that their lives should not be built around things of this world that will fade away or fail. Rather it should be established upon the eternal truth of God’s Word and their identity as believers. The title of this weekend’s message is “GREATER PLAN.”
Let’s take the time to evaluate our words and make the necessary changes. As the Holy Spirit fills our heart with truth and mercy, there will be a change in how we speak to others. Are you aware of the power your words hold? Are you reflecting Christ in the way you speak to others or post online? Do your words point people to Christ? Are you saved? Invite your friends and family to come worship with us this weekend!
This weekend, we will examine the power of our words and the importance of speaking with kindness and wisdom. The book of Proverbs is an excellent place to find practical steps for godly living, including reflecting God’s character in the way we act and speak. The title of this weekend’s message is “WORD POWER.”
This weekend, we will explore the doctrine of prayer from Scripture. So many times in the Bible, God outlines for us the nature of prayer and the importance of talking with our Heavenly Father. The title of this weekend’s message is “PRAYER: DOCTRINE.”
This weekend, we continue in our series through the book of Philippians titled “COMMUNITY.” Toward the end of his letter, Paul encourages his readers to find joy in knowing that God is in control. Faith in God overrides the fear and anxiety that can creep into our hearts. The title of this weekend’s message is “REJOICE.”
This weekend, we are moving forward in Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Paul is writes about His life before encountering Christ. He has every reason to boast in his accomplishments, but he states that all is worthless compared to having a relationship with Christ. His pedigree is meaningless in light of the cross. Paul reminds his readers that the true mark of success for the believer is having a relationship with Jesus. The title of this weekend’s message is “TRUE GAINS.”
This weekend, we will be taking a look at Proverbs 6. Solomon lists several things that God detests. This list is a collection of things that should be off limits for believers. If you are looking for clear instruction on how to live the Christian life, look no further. The title of this weekend’s message is “OUT-OF-BOUNDS.”
This weekend, we will take a look at Proverbs. This is such a treasured book, filled with wisdom and practical advice for everyday life. The book of Proverbs has much to say about relationships and how to reflect God’s character in every interaction. The title of this weekend’s message is “SKILLFUL.”
In this message, we will look at the current crisis through the lens of history and Scripture. We will examine the nation of Iran throughout history. Regardless of what we might have heard, this message will help us understand the current situation in light of past events and the Word of God. The title of this weekend’s message is “UNREST.”
This weekend, we will be looking at the account of Joseph’s family in Genesis and how God was still in control even when it seemed like everything was falling apart. Several times in Scripture, God reminds us that we can trust Him to work all things together for our good, even the things that are painful or difficult. The title of this weekend’s message is “CONFIDENCE.”
This weekend, we will be looking further into Paul’s letter to the Philippians. He encourages them to change their mindset to that of Christ. In order to change a mindset, though, we must first understand what the mind is. This message will help us gain a foundational understanding of exactly what we mean by the “mind” and how it affects our daily lives. The title of this weekend’s message is “”MINDSET.”
This year, we are starting a series called “ROYAL” to help us understand not only what Christmas is all about, but the deep theology behind the kingship of Jesus. There is so much in Scripture that points to Christ as the one true King. This series will help us understand the prophecies that heralded Jesus as the promised King as well as keeping our minds focused on Him as we head toward December 25.
This weekend, we come to the final message in this series. God has blessed us tremendously, but without question, His greatest gift is salvation. God rescued us while we were still sinners and provided a way to return us into relationship with Him. The title of this weekend’s message is “THANKFUL FOR SALVATION.”
This weekend, we are examining the life of Daniel and his obedience to God over his allegiance to all others. This is such a crucial reminder for us that as believers, the world will always be against us. The stakes are too high for us to remain apathetic and do nothing. You and I have to stand by our convictions and be active in our community and our nation. The title of this weekend’s message is “LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS.”
This weekend, we are starting a brand new series on thankfulness and how God has blessed us. In this first message, we will be looking at the story of Joseph and his brothers. God’s plan is perfect, and although he suffered, Joseph held onto that truth. In this weekend’s message, we will learn to be thankful for “HIS PLAN.”
This weekend, we will be taking a look at something we all know to be part of the Christian but many struggle with: evangelism. We have heard the commands in Scripture to go out and spread the gospel, but have a difficult time putting them into practice. Scripture does not call us to be the prosecution or defense attorneys in God’s courtroom. Nor are we supposed to be the judge of jury. We are witnesses to Christ and what He has done. The title of this weekend’s message is “THE WITNESS STAND.”
This weekend, we will be learning about the Holy Spirit. So many times, people think of the Holy Spirit as a mere force or simply our conscience. He is so much more than just a sense of right and wrong. The Holy Spirit is the promised helper from Scripture and we must have a good understanding of what He means for us as believers. The title of this week’s message is “BEYOND CONSCIENCE.”
We’re taking a look at Psalm 138 this weekend, where David writes about the Word of God and its importance for our lives. It is the final authority, revealing to us more about who God is and what He is like than anything else. The title of the message this weekend is “THE EXALTED WORD.”
In this message, we will be focusing on the location of Jesus’ birth. In his account of the birth of Jesus, Matthew quotes a prophecy written by Micah pertaining to Bethlehem as the birthplace of the Messiah. This had powerful implications for the people during Micah’s day, those that Matthew was writing to, and for us as well.
Here Paul goes deep into the human heart. Have you ever wondered why we feel a sense of relief and glee when others go through a difficult time? Where does this come from? This is our sinful nature peeking through. Please don’t misunderstand – this does not mean that we throw a party whenever something bad happens to others. I’m only referring to that momentary sin of self-preservation and gloating that infects all of us. Love cannot flourish in such an atmosphere. This message will encourage us to seek God’s forgiveness, healing, and restoration in our life and relationships.