Fruit! John 15:1-7 What does it mean to abide in Christ, and what are the results we can expect when we abide in Him?
Life is full of expectations. How do we to respond when those expectations are not met? Join us as Paul Rushing, our guest speaker, brings a biblical perspective to dealing with discouragement.
Psalm 110 We are pleased to have a special guest join us. John Kanter, a representative from Sojourner Ministries, will be bringing a message from Psalm 110. Our service will focus our attention on the second coming of Jesus Christ. Join us Sunday as we fellowship and worship our Lord and Savior.
John 14:18-31 Valentine’s day is a day of love! Chocolate; flowers; cards; nice dinner. The stores are full of “the right stuff” for guys who waited too long to plan the day. But some don’t have “that special someone.” Some are in relationships that are struggling. Some experience a peak on that day but quickly […]
John 14:8-17 The cliche is, “There is no such thing as a stupid question.” I once heard a speaker say that to a person who asked something, but the speaker added “but that question is close!” I wonder what Jesus thought when Phillip posed the question – well actually made a statement that acted as […]
John 14:1 “Wait a minute… I tried to ‘not let my heart be troubled.’ It’s not working. The things that trouble me are still troubling me. Am I failing somehow? Help!!”
John 14:1-6 Remember the song from several years back, “Don’t worry. Be happy”? It is a nice thought. We are a culture that worries a lot, and of course, most of us want to be happy! But simply singing that happy little song isn’t enough when life throws us curve balls. Is there a better […]
John 13:21-38 I remember as a young person singing the then-popular chorus, “And they’ll know we are Christians by our love.” Some of you reading this now have the song stuck in your brain (You’re welcome). What do you think – is it true? And the answer is….
John 13:1-21 The kids love to play with the water hose and the sprinkler in the front yard. But, as all good things must come to an end, so too, must playing in the sprinkler. No matter how careful they were when they were done, they’d have grass or mud on their feet by the […]
John 13:1-21 The scene changes. For 3 years or more, Jesus has walked the countryside of Israel. Antagonism towards Him by the Pharisees reached fever pitch. Now, with only a few hours left with His disciples, what would he do? He first reminds them about true leadership.