John 7:37-39 The Lord’s Supper reminds us of both the death of Jesus and it looks forward to the return of Jesus. Now you might look at the title of the sermon the week, “Passion” and wonder, ‘What in the world does this have to do with the Lord’s Supper?’ To find out, join us […]
Ephesians 3:14-21 Our oldest son has become addicted to the gym and he works out constantly. We haven’t seen him in almost a year and when he finally came home, it was visibly noticeable how strong he had gotten. He told me he was dead lifting 415lbs, squatting 315lbs, and benching 295lbs. I assured him […]
2 Timothy 3:10-17 Almost 20 years ago, the reality competition show Survivor became a big hit on TV. The show usually followed two teams or “tribes” of people in an isolated location. These teams faced unusual challenges. Many were physical in nature, but there were also mental and psychological games going on between players and […]
Psalm 23 Psalm 23 is probably the most well known Psalm of the entire book. This Psalm of comfort gives us a glimpse into the intimate relationship David enjoyed as he walked daily with the Lord. This Sunday, Charlie Bing will lead us through this beautiful song, reminding us of God’s shepherding care over all […]
Genesis 40 Have your plans ever gone awry? Do you ever become anxious because things aren’t going the way you had anticipated? Not only does God’s plan sometimes differ from ours, but His timing almost always does. When we have to wait on His timing, we often feel out of control, discouraged, and maybe even […]
Ecclesiastes 12 Anyone who is older this year than they were last year needs to hear this message about—growing older. It happens! What can you look forward to and how can you prepare? Charlie Bing will guide us through God’s message to us in Ecclesiastes 12.
Matthew 28:18-20 Our life in Christ doesn’t stop at belief. That is just the beginning. As we grow in Him, we realize that we as believers are called to do much more. Join us as our special guest Dick Lynch brings a special message from Matthew 28 about our command to go and make disciples.
Matthew 28:16-20 This Sunday, our special guest Paul Rushing will be joining us and bringing a special Father’s Day message from the Great Commission passage in Matthew 28. As our perfect Heavenly Father, He exhorts and enables us as His children to carry out His purposes, as we serve Him here and around the world.
John 7:1-24 His brothers. The world in general. The Jewish leaders. The crowds. All confused about who Jesus was and why he came into the world. The world, He says, hates Him. Not because He’s despicably evil. Why? And what difference does that make today?
John 6:41-71 When we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, or communion, we take bread that represents the body of Jesus and juice that pictures the blood of Jesus. Jesus tells the Jewish authorities “eating his flesh and drinking his blood” or they have no life in themselves. This offended the authorities and confused the disciples. But […]