When it comes to how we should view material things as Christians there is an easy answer: it’s all about the sharing. The early church understood this concept. very well. How can we learn from them in 2020? Join us at our 10:45 am service to find out more.
Sunday morning sermon, Feb 16, 2020, “The Apostles’ Teaching: Getting Thoroughly Equipped” 2 Timothy 3:16-17
With so many books on the market these days, plus reams of information on the internet, why should we read the Bible? What makes it stand out above the rest? Why not plan to join us this Sunday at 10:45 am and let’s see what makes the Bible a special book above all others.
Sunday morning sermon, Feb 2, 2020, “I’m a Slow Learner, Lord, When it Comes to Comprehending Your Mercy” Jonah 4:1-11
It is so hard to wrap our minds around how incredible the mercy of God is towards those who do not deserve it, and that includes you and me. Jonah simply didn’t get it, but maybe we can learn from his mistakes. Let’s examine this subject a little closer this Sunday in our 10:45 am … [Read more…]
Sunday morning sermon, January 26, 2019 “Mercy Leads to Obedience, Which Leads to Mercy” Jonah 3:1-10
Jonah flunked the test the first time, but good thing for Jonah is that God gives second chances. Do you need one? Join us this Sunday at 10:45 am for our worship service and let’s find out how a disobedient prophet like Jonah got back on God’s good side again.
Sunday morning sermon, Jan 19, 2020, “I Changed My Mind on That Whole Mercy Thing, Lord!” Johan 2:1-10
Jonah had a bad attitude against the people who God sent him to preach to, which was why he went the other way instead. But now his own circumstance has grown dire and he needs God badly. All of a sudden he is getting a clearer view of God’s mercy than he had before. What … [Read more…]
A lot of what constitutes the blessing of God falling on our life is simply a matter of obedience. Our failure to obey God leads to disappointment and lost opportunities. Nobody knew this better than the prophet Jonah. There is so much that we can learn from his mistakes. Join us this Sunday, the first … [Read more…]