Nov 10, 2019
When Not to Give
 Matthew 5:21-26
Let’s talk about money! Money is the stuff of life. It is a blessing but it is also a bucking bronco. If we don’t keep tight control on it, it will throw us around! This Sunday we’ll engage the life-changing biblical view of money and learn how it can be a blessing from God that brings abundant life.
 
 
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  • Nov 10, 2019When Not to Give
    Nov 10, 2019
    When Not to Give
     Matthew 5:21-26
    Let’s talk about money! Money is the stuff of life. It is a blessing but it is also a bucking bronco. If we don’t keep tight control on it, it will throw us around! This Sunday we’ll engage the life-changing biblical view of money and learn how it can be a blessing from God that brings abundant life.
     
     
  • Jun 2, 2019The Race Ahead
    Jun 2, 2019
    The Race Ahead
    This Sunday is graduation Sunday! We have six high school graduates and one college graduate. Besides celebrating them, this is a time for us to remember our calling to pass on the faith to the next generations. Others have shared Jesus with us. Because of that, we can embrace Him in our lives and experience abundant and eternal life. We, now, in turn, share Jesus with others. Our Christian lives are like a relay race! This Sunday we’ll be equipped to run our “leg” of the race!

Nov 3, 2019
Why Do We Buy That? My Ancestry
Romans 6:3-8, Colossians 2:9-15, and 1 John 3:1-2
“You are the sum of what you have done!” This proverb seems to seal our fate that our past now determines our lives. But this Sunday we hear about a different heritage that can become ours when we choose Jesus. Our lives are determined by our past, yes, but it is the new past Jesus gives us! We celebrate All Saints Sunday and remember that those who have died are alive, living out a new future given to them by their Jesus-given ancestry!
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  • Nov 3, 2019Why Do We Buy That? My Ancestry
    Nov 3, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? My Ancestry
    Romans 6:3-8, Colossians 2:9-15, and 1 John 3:1-2
    “You are the sum of what you have done!” This proverb seems to seal our fate that our past now determines our lives. But this Sunday we hear about a different heritage that can become ours when we choose Jesus. Our lives are determined by our past, yes, but it is the new past Jesus gives us! We celebrate All Saints Sunday and remember that those who have died are alive, living out a new future given to them by their Jesus-given ancestry!
  • Oct 27, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Acting Out
    Oct 27, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Acting Out

    James 2:14-19, 24 

    Jesus-followers don’t just sit around all day enjoying their personal relationship with Jesus. They do that while “on the road.” We live out our faith as we go and do. This Sunday we’ll learn how the Methodist Method includes growing by doing, or, put with a cliche, practice makes perfect! Teaser: There will also be treats!
  • Oct 20, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Wanting It All
    Oct 20, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Wanting It All
    Romans 12:1-2
    Have you noticed how you’ve subtly become addicted to wanting more...better...that next thing? It’s surprising just how sneakily that seeps into our lives! The way to counter the consumption of consumptionism is to live out your salvation every day. That means applying how you make Jesus your Lord not just when you become a Christian, but continually. This Sunday we’re learning to kneel before our Lord each and every day.
  • Oct 13, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – End with Forgiveness
    Oct 13, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – End with Forgiveness
    Ephesians 4:17-32 Being in relationships means dealing with the mess that other people dish out on us. It’s hard, even when it’s people we love. But our response is determined not by what they do, but by who rules inside of us. This Sunday we’ll re-frame retaliation and hear Jesus’ calling to forgive. Trust me, if you live in today’s culture, you need to hear this message!
  • Oct 6, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Power in Numbers
    Oct 6, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Power in Numbers
    Ephesians 4:1-16 World Communion Day  
    It’s easy to break a single stick. Yet when you hold a bunch of sticks, it is very hard to break them all together. Do you feel like you are cracking and splintering? Then you need to join the rest of the “sticks” this Sunday at worship. It’s World Communion Sunday and we’re celebrating how we have the Body of Christ as Jesus’ gift of support for us!
  • Sep 29, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Inner Strength
    Sep 29, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Inner Strength
    Isaiah 40:28-31, 41:10 Feeling overwhelmed and hopeless is becoming quite common. We struggle with more than we can handle. Do you feel at your wits’–and rope’s–end? Come this Sunday and hear the prophets speak of a strength that can carry you when you are weak. It’s an inner strength God provides, and it’s available to you!
  • Sep 22, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Laughed At
    Sep 22, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Laughed At
    Matthew 6:16-24
    “Come on, try it!” “Everyone’s doing it!” “Are you scared?” Our desire to fit in–and above all else not to be laughed at–is one of our most powerful motivators. Commercials know this and really leverage this cultural power against us. But Jesus says we need to be ready to be considered fools if we want to have true joy. Come this Sunday to gain resolve to stay on the path of life, no matter the hecklers!
  • Sep 15, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Who are you?
    Sep 15, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Who are you?
    John 6:26-71
    What do you find really satisfying? As you reflect on your life, do you find yourself running from thing to thing to find value and happiness? Are you growing weary of constantly seeking? Jesus said only He can satisfy your inner craving. Come this Sunday to discover how you can give Him a try to bring you inner wholeness.
  • Sep 8, 2019Why Do We Buy That? – Jumping in Scum
    Sep 8, 2019
    Why Do We Buy That? – Jumping in Scum
    Matthew 9:9-13  
    Why do commercials work on us? They offer satisfaction, meaning, and value in something we can buy. But we know better! Only Jesus offers the path of truly abundant life. Pastor David is back in September and will lead with a message series using commercial ads, “Why Do You Buy That?” We’ll uncover the ways we lose our focus amid the swirling media of advertising. We’ll expose our vulnerability to temptation, and we’ll get grounded again what really satisfies all the deep, inner longings of life. Our world creates a never-ending cycle of always needing that one more thing to be accepted or happy. Our church (Religion) tells us we just need to do that one more thing to be good enough. Jesus just says come! We “buy” this because we realize that we really are scum! Commercials prick this realization. Yet the answer isn’t buying their product, it’s turning to Jesus.

Sep 1, 2019
Cultivate Self-Control
Romans 7:21-8:17
Self-control rounds out Paul's listing of the Fruit of the Spirit. But how can we remain self-controlled in a culture that fosters addiction?  This Sunday, join us as we join Paul in a battle against ourselves, a battle that we can win!
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  • Sep 1, 2019Cultivate Self-Control
    Sep 1, 2019
    Cultivate Self-Control
    Romans 7:21-8:17
    Self-control rounds out Paul's listing of the Fruit of the Spirit. But how can we remain self-controlled in a culture that fosters addiction?  This Sunday, join us as we join Paul in a battle against ourselves, a battle that we can win!
  • Aug 25, 2019Cultivate Gentleness
    Aug 25, 2019
    Cultivate Gentleness
    2 Chronicles 10:6-16  
    The biblical qualities of meekness and gentleness are misunderstood and undervalued in today's society of extremes— where all too often people tend to angrily overreact.This Sunday we are asking and hopefully starting to answer the question; How do you cultivate gentleness in a culture like ours?
  • Aug 20, 2019Cultivate Faithfulness
    Aug 20, 2019
    Cultivate Faithfulness
    Hosea 1-14 We live in a world of impermanence and disposability, but faithfulness calls for steadfastness.  We're stuck in the middle. How to do we know what to preserve? This Sunday we will explore the implications of living with the faithfulness that God extends towards us. 
  • Aug 13, 2019Cultivate Goodness
    Aug 13, 2019
    Cultivate Goodness
    Luke 18:18-23; 23:32-43
    "Good" is such a generic word. It holds no weight and is actually used to describe something that is mediocre.  How should we understand the idea of goodness from a biblical perspective?  What effect does it have on our life of faith?  Come this Sunday and hear a "good" sermon about a great God!
  • Aug 4, 2019Cultivate Kindness
    Aug 4, 2019
    Cultivate Kindness
    Deuteronomy 8:11-18
    As we seek to live lives that produce the Fruit of the Spirit, we find that our culture does not actually work against the idea of kindness. Could this be one example where Christianity and the world intersect? If that were true, we would not need to preach a sermon about it!  
  • Jul 28, 2019Cultivate Patience
    Jul 28, 2019
    Cultivate Patience
    2 Peter 3:8-14 Sometimes life seems tailor made to test our patience.  It's easy to be short tempered and irritable. It is easy to treat time like another commodity. But God is calling us to live differently. Come this Sunday as we explore how to cultivate patience in a culture that values productivity.  
    This week, our message will be given by Pastor Andrew Bonsell. 
  • Jul 7, 2019Cultivating Peace
    Jul 7, 2019
    Cultivating Peace
    "Cultivating Peace" Isaiah 26:3  We are consistently seeking peace in our lives, but seem to always come up short. Peace is elusive in a society where we consider faith to be a private matter. God's peace calls for wholeness in all areas of life, both private and public. Sunday we'll find out how to find peace and be a peacemaker. 
  • Jun 30, 2019Cultivating Joy
    Jun 30, 2019
    Cultivating Joy
    John 16:21-22
    Our world develops in us a taste for more and more. We naturally struggle to be content with what we have. This reality makes it very difficult to live in joy. Join  us this Sunday as we take a look at God's plan and learn how to cultivate joy in our lives!
  • Jun 16, 2019Cultivating Love
    Jun 16, 2019
    Cultivating Love
    Cultivating Love" 1 John 4:7-11  
    Love is the first and primary fruit of the Spirit, but what exactly do we mean by "love"?  How can we cultivate love in our own lives despite the obstacles that our culture presents? Come this Father's Day to learn how you and I can better reflect the love of God! 
  • Jun 9, 2019It’s the Real Difference!
    Jun 9, 2019
    It’s the Real Difference!
    Do you speak two languages? Did you ever wish you could? God calls us to do it, every single day. Let's learn how today, as we begin our journey!

Jul 14, 2019
Where do we go from here?
Series: Guest Sermon
1 Corinthians 13:12 What does the Bible say that heaven looks like?  Are there sufficient scriptures to tell us? How do we get there? Come this Sunday and see what John and Paul say about heaven. 
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  • Jul 14, 2019Where do we go from here?
    Jul 14, 2019
    Where do we go from here?
    Series: Guest Sermon
    1 Corinthians 13:12 What does the Bible say that heaven looks like?  Are there sufficient scriptures to tell us? How do we get there? Come this Sunday and see what John and Paul say about heaven. 
  • Jun 23, 2019Pork Futures Take a Dive
    Jun 23, 2019
    Pork Futures Take a Dive
    Series: Guest Sermon
    We always say we welcome the stranger in our church.  Here's a challenge: what if  a homeless naked guy came in and started shouting as if he was possessed by demons?  How would we react?  I don't even know how I'd react. We know how Jesus would react, because he met a guy like this.  Other people would often bind the guy with chains.  Jesus decided to unbind him from his real trouble: he commanded the unclean spirit to leave the man. The demon didn't go easily.  It turned out there were many of them, not just one.  But Jesus sent the demons into some pigs, and the pigs drowned in a lake.  How do you suppose other people reacted when they saw that?  We'll find out on when we hear the sermon.
  • May 5, 2019Bold Faith and Audacious Women
    May 5, 2019
    Bold Faith and Audacious Women
    Series: Guest Sermon
    This Sunday we celebrate the calling and witness of women! On Easter, the first person the resurrected Jesus appeared to was Mary Magdalene. Ever since, women have been witnessing to Jesus boldly! What women have been bold witnesses in your life? This Sunday we celebrate and give God thanks for them and commission all women to continue to be bold witnesses!
  • Nov 27, 2016“The Path To Peace”
    Nov 27, 2016
    “The Path To Peace”
    Series: Guest Sermon
    Isaiah 2: 1-5
     
    Sunday, November 27th, is the first Sunday of Advent, the four week season of the church year that leads up to Christmas. The season celebrates the continual coming of the Christ in Word and Spirit. We are called to prepare for this coming. Each Sunday has a distinctive theme. This first Sunday proclaims Christ’s coming for the conversion of all nations in a great final feast of lasting peace, where all weapons of destruction are remade into implements of health and wholeness. The text in Isaiah 2: 1-5 calls us once again to consider this vision for world peace and the path that leads us there. In the
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    I will share my faith and conviction that God can do this through us as we follow Jesus, even in our war torn world.
  • Nov 20, 2016“Hello, my name is…”
    Nov 20, 2016
    “Hello, my name is…”
    Series: Guest Sermon
    Jonah 1 - 4
     
    "It is human nature to see characteristics of ourselves in characters that we read about. When reading the Bible, I love to imagine myself as a character like Paul, Abraham, Moses, or any other powerful figure. As I grow in my faith, I find that I align with a much less powerful figure. As Christians today, what can we learn from a prophet that ran from God?"
  • Aug 28, 2016What is Worship?
    Aug 28, 2016
    What is Worship?
    Series: Guest Sermon
    2 Samuel 6
     
    It's a term we often use, but it can mean many different things.  This Sunday we will take a look at an episode from King David's life that will shed some light on who we are as worshippers and how we can better approach the presence of God.  David was a great warrior king, but join us this week as we look to him as worship leader.   
  • Jun 19, 2016We can do it, dads!
    Jun 19, 2016
    We can do it, dads!
    Series: Guest Sermon
    We can do it, dads!
    Dads are so important for families. This Sunday the Rev. Dan Hair will talk about how God calls dads to be present, to provide and to affirm. Dads help us identify the traps that are all around us in life, and how we can avoid them. Come celebrate God's intention for fathers. Happy Father's Day!
  • Jun 21, 2015Through the Storm, through the Night
    Jun 21, 2015
    Through the Storm, through the Night
    By: Guest
    Series: Guest Sermon
    Rev Peter Milloy - Through the Storm, through the Night
    Ever experience “storms of life”? There are times when everything goes crazy, what’s going on threatens to overwhelm you, and things spiral out of control. Sometimes you go through dark times in your life. It’s hard to see the hope, the purpose, the joy. You can get so defeated and it’s hard to keep going. Yes, you can manage for a while, but the storm, the darkness, doesn’t let up. You grow exhausted, and you want to give up. There’s a story in the Bible about how Jesus came to His followers during the night, during the storm, and commanded all be still. This is an outward sign of how Jesus can do this into each one of us. Come this Sunday and find the hope, find the light, find the peace. Mark 4:35-41

May 26, 2019
The Lord’s Spirit Began to Move
Series: Samson
The story of Samson ends with a big crash, which also ends his life. The mighty Samson found himself helpless as a result of his own foolishness. Yet, in desperation, he prayed, “Remember me, O Lord!” The true hero of the Samson story is actually God, who answers Samson’s prayer. God is still our true hero, for He still answers our desperate prayers. Although Samson reminds us of how we fall short of God’s plans for our lives, he also becomes a vivid testimony to make God our Hero!
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  • May 26, 2019The Lord’s Spirit Began to Move
    May 26, 2019
    The Lord’s Spirit Began to Move
    Series: Samson
    The story of Samson ends with a big crash, which also ends his life. The mighty Samson found himself helpless as a result of his own foolishness. Yet, in desperation, he prayed, “Remember me, O Lord!” The true hero of the Samson story is actually God, who answers Samson’s prayer. God is still our true hero, for He still answers our desperate prayers. Although Samson reminds us of how we fall short of God’s plans for our lives, he also becomes a vivid testimony to make God our Hero!
  • May 19, 2019The Anti-Hero
    May 19, 2019
    The Anti-Hero
    Series: Samson
    We might remember Samson as the strong man of the Bible who did many amazing feats of strength. Yet we may not always remember just how badly he failed at following God’s calling on his life. God blessed him with special gifts, but he often used them for selfish reasons. What does God do with people like that? What does God do with people like us who are like that? This Sunday we’ll hear how God used Samson–failings and all–and how this is also true for how God still uses us!
  • May 12, 2019The Mother Without a Name
    May 12, 2019
    The Mother Without a Name
    Series: Samson
    This Sunday, Mother’s Day, we begin our spring message series on Samson, the confusing strong man of the Bible. One quarter of the Samson story is actually about his mother! Samson, throughout his life, has four involved relationships with women. The first is the loving mother who raised him. She is the example of a faithful, godly woman. The other relationships Samson has with women fail miserably. So we begin with his mother, and our mothers. How has your mother been a godly example and witness? 

Apr 28, 2019
Thresholds: Behind Locked Doors
Series: Thresholds
Now that Easter is over, what comes next?  The threshold of death has been crossed by Jesus but now he sends us out on a mission to the world!  Yet, we hesitate.This week, we will encounter our risen Lord, hear his words to us and answer his call.
 
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  • Apr 28, 2019Thresholds: Behind Locked Doors
    Apr 28, 2019
    Thresholds: Behind Locked Doors
    Series: Thresholds
    Now that Easter is over, what comes next?  The threshold of death has been crossed by Jesus but now he sends us out on a mission to the world!  Yet, we hesitate.This week, we will encounter our risen Lord, hear his words to us and answer his call.
     
  • Apr 21, 2019Thresholds: EscapeTomb
    Apr 21, 2019
    Thresholds: EscapeTomb
    Series: Thresholds
    Thresholds in the Bible climax at Jesus’ tomb. On Friday, our worship service will mark the solemn death and burial of Jesus. He is laid in a tomb, and the entrance is sealed with a large stone. This shows us the weighty reality of sin and death; this is what we face! But then, on Easter, that tomb entrance is broken open, and the entrance becomes an exit. Jesus worked the first “escape tomb” miracle! And ever since then, He comes to us to lead us out of the tomb, the grave, in which we are trapped. Because of Jesus, we can escape death! 
  • Apr 14, 2019Thresholds: The Gate of Sacrifice
    Apr 14, 2019
    Thresholds: The Gate of Sacrifice
    Series: Thresholds
    This Sunday is Palm Sunday! We will wave palm branches in worship as a way for us to join the parade that greeted Jesus when He came into Jerusalem. It will be fun for the whole family! Yet there are dark clouds overhead: there’s a “storm” of betrayal and condemnation looming. Jesus, whom we greet with praise, will be crucified by Friday. Our service will also have this mixed message. We’ll hear how Jesus is the Gate to life and peace for us, His sheep, but we’ll also hear how Jesus earns this for us by laying down His life for His sheep.  Come join the parade this Sunday, but also notice the threatening clouds overhead.
  • Apr 7, 2019Thresholds: Your Heart’s Door
    Apr 7, 2019
    Thresholds: Your Heart’s Door
    Series: Thresholds
    Do you hear that knocking? We can usually hear it best when all is quiet and we are alone. It’s that inner calling, tapping. Isn’t there more in life? Doesn’t my life have value...meaning? Isn’t there more to reality then what I can see? That’s Jesus knocking at your heart’s door. This is the next threshold in our Lenten message series. This Sunday we’ll listen to that knocking and learn how to open our heart’s doors to Jesus!
     
  • Mar 31, 2019Threholds: The Gate of Life
    Mar 31, 2019
    Threholds: The Gate of Life
    Series: Thresholds

    This week’s theme finds us at the narrow gate with the path of life beyond. We hear Jesus’ difficult words in Matthew 7:13-14 (below). Join Reese this Sunday on our Lenten Thresholds journey as she leads us perhaps to a new understanding of these verses and a new commitment to stay on the path of life. 

    The Narrow Gate

    Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the way that leads to life, and only a few find it.

  • Mar 24, 2019Thresholds: Door of Separation
    Mar 24, 2019
    Thresholds: Door of Separation
    Series: Thresholds
    Does God feel distant? Does it seem sometimes like He’s not near? The Bible shows us over and over again that God never leaves us. It is we who leave Him! Yet even when we walk away, God comes after us, chasing us down, finding ways of being with us and restoring our connection to Him. This Sunday we’ll look at the Old Testament system of sacrifice and the temple to see what lengths God has always gone to restore us back to Him.
     
  • Mar 17, 2019Thresholds: Door of Decision
    Mar 17, 2019
    Thresholds: Door of Decision
    Series: Thresholds
    Doors often represent a choice: do we go through or not? The next threshold in the Biblical story is the door frame in the Passover story. The Israelites are slaves in Egypt. God promises to set them free. Yet they must trust in God’s protection, and show that trust in a strange act of obedience: They must make a sacrifice and spread the blood of the lamb on their doorposts. Those that did were spared death and set free! This Sunday we’ll learn how Jesus became our Passover Lamb. Our “Door of Decision” is if we will trust in Him and live in obedience, even when the calling is strange.
  • Mar 10, 2019Door of God’s Protection
    Mar 10, 2019
    Door of God’s Protection
    Series: Thresholds
    We are following the overall story of the Bible, and we are telling the story by the thresholds we see. Sin brings death and destruction. In the Bible, Adam and Eve’s defiance of God leads to a closed door to Paradise and a sin-corrupted world rampant with death and destruction. The flood washes the earth, but Noah and his family are spared on the ark. When the rains came, God closed them in by shutting the ark’s door. This sign shows God’s saving grace: God provides a door of protection for us! Come this Sunday to hear how God provides a door of protection as you face destruction, death, and the storms of life.

Nov 25, 2018
Breaking Point
The call to love others means to go the extra mile to show respect to those with whom you disagree. Yet, the Bible also cautions against abusing your own health and welfare, and how love can, at times, call you to stop enabling error. This Sunday we’ll explore the times when “tough love” compels us to correct others, and even sever our relationships. Part of loving means healthy boundaries!
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  • Nov 25, 2018Breaking Point
    Nov 25, 2018
    Breaking Point
    The call to love others means to go the extra mile to show respect to those with whom you disagree. Yet, the Bible also cautions against abusing your own health and welfare, and how love can, at times, call you to stop enabling error. This Sunday we’ll explore the times when “tough love” compels us to correct others, and even sever our relationships. Part of loving means healthy boundaries!
  • Nov 18, 2018Let’s Eat Together
    Nov 18, 2018
    Let’s Eat Together
    One of the “stuck” conversations God’s people have is around human sexuality, and particularly around homosexuality. There are faithful Christians on all sides of this conversation. How do we talk about this? How do we love and accept each other? How do we find a way forward together? This Sunday we’ll hear how the United Methodist Church is forging a “way forward” that will define our church’s approach to homosexuality.
  • Nov 11, 2018The Tie That Binds
    Nov 11, 2018
    The Tie That Binds
     
  • Nov 4, 2018Love is Hard Work
    Nov 4, 2018
    Love is Hard Work
    Every saint in heaven has gotten there (and will get there) with some wrong beliefs and errant  thinking. Luckily, it’s not about getting it all perfectly correct! Instead, it’s about genuinely loving Jesus and seeking to make Him first in your life. And, as Jesus-followers, the same is true with the other people around us. Our relationship with them is not based on the uniformity of our thinking, or them getting certain understandings right. Instead, it is based on love, the love that we choose to have for them. This changes everything! Come this Sunday to hear an alternative to the pervasive culture of hate-speech and animosity. Love looks different!

Mar 3, 2019
Disciples Make…A Difference
This is the last of our Disciples Make message series, and we end strong...and visible! Being a disciple of Jesus is an inner journey of surrendering your selfishness. Yet it is also an outward journey into the world. Disciples make a difference in concrete, visible ways in their. This Sunday we’ll be commissioned to serve others in visible ways in our everyday lives.
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  • Mar 3, 2019Disciples Make…A Difference
    Mar 3, 2019
    Disciples Make…A Difference
    This is the last of our Disciples Make message series, and we end strong...and visible! Being a disciple of Jesus is an inner journey of surrendering your selfishness. Yet it is also an outward journey into the world. Disciples make a difference in concrete, visible ways in their. This Sunday we’ll be commissioned to serve others in visible ways in our everyday lives.
  • Feb 24, 2019Disciples Make…Friends
    Feb 24, 2019
    Disciples Make…Friends
    As we continue to explore what it means to be a disciple, we are discovering that following Christ involves every part of our lives, including other people!  Our faith is not just a blessing for us, it is for those around us as well.  Discover how Jesus calls us to befriend others and how we can be disciples in our relationships!
  • Feb 17, 2019Disciples Make….Stands
    Feb 17, 2019
    Disciples Make….Stands
     
  • Feb 10, 2019Disciples Make…..God Talk
    Feb 10, 2019
    Disciples Make…..God Talk
    “The tongue is the mightiest weapon!” This quote rings true for each one of us! How we speak, what we say, is some of our greatest impact. This Sunday we’ll discover how disciples use their tongues for good. But it’s not just about not saying bad things and intentionally saying good things. It’s about filling our talk with God.
  • Feb 3, 2019Disciples Make……Routines for Growth
    Feb 3, 2019
    Disciples Make……Routines for Growth
    People often say, “Jesus I like, but not the Church,” or “I’m spiritual, just not religious.” The reality is that if we are just spiritual, we are not really growing spiritually. It takes the context, structure and accountability of a local church to push us to grow. Without that, we stagnate at where we are now. This Sunday we’ll explore how Disciples Make . . . Routines for Growth.
  • Jan 27, 2019Disciples Make…..The Holy Spirit Their Guide
    Jan 27, 2019
    Disciples Make…..The Holy Spirit Their Guide
     
  • Jan 20, 2019Disciples Make……Jesus #1
    Jan 20, 2019
    Disciples Make……Jesus #1
     
  • Jan 13, 2019Disciples Make….Disciples!
    Jan 13, 2019
    Disciples Make….Disciples!