Summer of Psalms: "No Matter What, Trust the Lord"
Based on Psalm 62 and Matthew 14:25-33
Sunday, July 7th, 2019
Summer of Psalms: "At Some Point, Dad Has to Let Go of Those Hands"
Based on Psalms 42 & 43
Sunday, June 23rd, 2019
Summer of Psalms: Reflections on Psalm 34
Based on Psalm 34
Sunday, June 16th, 2019
Summer of Psalms: + of Life
Based on Romans 8:31-38 and Psalm 30
Sunday, June 9th, 2019
Summer of Psalms: When I Awake
Based on Psalm 17 and Romans 3:21-26
Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
King of Thrones
Has the historical reality of Jesus’ death and resurrection, and his impending return, change anything in your life? We’re going to explore that question during our sermon series entitled: “King of Thrones: Jesus is Coming”. Listen in for a post-Easter jolt of Satan-pounding, reality-checking, and faith-boosting preaching!
Whenever we run into a challenging problem, there is almost always one helpful observer who suggests that we ‘think outside the box’ in order to find the answer. But what does that even mean? Who defines this ‘box’ and if it is internally determined, how can we go beyond it? By pushing boundaries, don’t we just make the box bigger? Listen in as we embark on a new journey exploring how Jesus takes us beyond ourselves in the series entitled “Outside the Box” based on the observations of the Son of God in the Gospel of Mark.
The Seven Last “Words” of Jesus Christ from the cross are actually 7 short phrases that Jesus uttered on Calvary. Listen in to Pastor Paul, Youth Dude Caleb and Riley as we journey through Lent together.
Ash Wednesday is the one service of the Christian year where there is really no victory. We have ashes to remind us we came from ashes, and we'll return to ashes. Tune in and find out why Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."
What are you worshipping as you work? Everybody worships something as they work. Don’t understand how that can be? Gain some insight into your work, into you heart, into the very heart of God in our series “Work as Worship."