Welcome to our new blog! We want to use this blog to communicate with you, our church family, not only to keep you informed about the church, but to also help you grow in your relationship with the Lord. We are going to use this space for a few things: Discipleship. Bringing you articles and resources for your growth as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Walk It Out Wednesda...Keep Reading
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This past Sunday I made an announcement to let you know about a process we are beginning toward hiring our next pastor. We very much desire each of you to be aware of this and pray for the Lord’s leading and provision throughout this process. Here is the clip from Sunday’s meeting in case you missed this important announcement....
An introduction to the Book of Revelation...
On our series of Walk It Out Wednesdays we usually just do a summary of the Sunday messages and link you to the audio file and end with application questions. This time, we are going to do something a little different. Lynn's message was timely and profound and we would love for you to have a transcript of the sermon as well as the audio. We think that what was shared is ...Keep Reading
Communion Exhortation:Eating and Drinking in the Kingdom of God Our modern fitness magazines tell us that eating and drinking are simply ways of refueling. If that was the case, God could have just given us rechargeable battery packs. But he didn't because sharing meals together is a very important part of what it means to be human. Some of our best memories are a...Keep Reading
Psalm 130 - Out of the Depths (Walk it Out Series) Lost at sea - a metaphor for sinking under guilt Listen to Sunday's message HERE Guilt: A universal problem The world's ways to handle guilt - change the rules to eliminate - remove the concept God's entire plan of salvation is the removal of guilt "The truth is that no one is more committed to ...Keep Reading
Psalm 129 - Song's for The Journey: A Song for Affliction These songs of ascent were written to help us make sense out of life and to encourage us along the way. As Christians, we need a song to help us with affliction. Suffering comes in a variety of forms: hardships, setbacks, accidents, illnesses...etc. The affliction in Psalm 129 is the kind that comes from someone b...Keep Reading