Rev. Alex leads us through a first look at some of the attributes of God. He claims to exist and to be powerful. Alex+ ties several passages together in this sermon, including Isaiah 46: 8-13, 1 Corinthians 2: 1-5 and John 1: 1-18 to illustrate that God does exist.
Rev. Alex starts off our new series on doubt this week looking at several passages including Isaiah 42: 3-9 and Jude 17-22. We all have doubts but God is tender with those who doubt. The church should follow His lead.
Rev. Jamey brings the Encounters Series to a close with the passage Matthew 26: 57-68. In this final encounter, the whole ruling council stands face to face with God and fails to see Him. We see a showdown of two sides: the one for and the one against.
The Rev. Shari Hobby visits us for the second time during our Encounters series, this time focusing on Matthew 26: 6-13. It takes another outcast to worship Jesus appropriately, and it even looks inappropriate at first. This passage points out that no act of worship (even a very extravagant one) is a waste in preparation […]
Rev. Tracey leads us through this week’s scripture, Matthew 22: 15-22. Jesus’ enemies are more interested in trapping him than learning from him, but he outwits them.
This week’s reading, Matthew 19: 13-30, provides a snapshot of the series to date. Where the weak approach, the powerful hold back, afraid to trust Jesus with everything.
Rev. Alex continues the series focusing on Matthew, this week looking at Ch. 15, vs. 21-28. How an encounter that should have been a run-in turned out to be the greatest of rendezvous.
Rev. Alex’s sermon this week (focusing on Matthew 15: 1-20) points out the the difference between human traditions and God-given law and in any event the thing that really matters: the heart.
Rev. Alex returns this week, preaching from Matthew 12: 22-32. Jesus has yet another bruising encounter with the Pharisees, this time being accused of using a satanic power. He turns this around and associates himself with the Holy Spirit and accuses them of blasphemy.
Rev. Shari Hobby visits our congregation today with a sermon focusing on Matthew 12: 1-8. In a confrontational encounter, the Pharisees accuse Jesus of law-breaking, but he reveals his Lordship over the law and the hardness of their hearts. Rev. Shari demonstrates through personal examples how God’s law applies to us in our everyday lives.