You can be afraid of God or you can fear God. There's a big difference and the Prophet Daniel and his friends demonstrate that for us in this message.
Sermon Tag: Faith
The message of God's free grace can seem absolutely foolish to us. But as we see in this message, foolish or not, it's still free and it still saves you and me.
Every human being has to wrestle with the question, "Who is the Lord of my life?" In this message we explore an epic contest that proved once and for all who the LORD truly is.
The Old Testament story of Jonah is one that forces us to look into our own hearts and ask if we've been following the voice of the LORD or trying to run away from it because we think we know better than God.
Rahab, the ancestor of Jesus, had an unfortunate nickname that has followed her throughout history. But, that nickname reminds us of how inclusive our God really is.
There is only one time in the Bible that God encourages us to test him and that is in the context of being generous. Discover the truth that you can never out give God.
Inflation, the stock market, an unstable economy, possible layoffs and forced retirements are a reality and major catalysts for anxiety and worry. BUT they don't have to be! Jesus has a word for your worries!
Jude, the half-brother of Jesus, longed to celebrate God’s salvation with his fellow brothers and sisters in the faith. “But I had to write” and tell you to fight! Jude begins. His change-of-course is a blunt reminder that we live in a mixed up world that requires vigilance, courage, and caution. We might wish we could simply share the good news of God’s love week after week, but the real world requires more. “I had to” write so that the Church is ready to fight.
We're revisiting our 7 Core Values as a church community and our first value isn't a what. It's a who. And you'll learn why we value Jesus Christ above everything else.
No one was there when the world was created and yet God left us an account of how it came into being. It's an epic story that will leave you in awe of who our God is.