Jan 22, 2021
Momentum: Meek
Beatitude #3: Meekness. It’s seen as weakness by our culture. Yet Jesus calls it our strength. This Sunday we will fill up on meekness, as we embrace that its surrender and submission  requires a strength and power beyond ourselves. Yet we are blessed, for we have the Holy Spirit to grow this godly meekness deep in our hearts, and give us a rich inheritance.
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  • Jan 22, 2021Momentum: Meek
    Jan 22, 2021
    Momentum: Meek
    Beatitude #3: Meekness. It’s seen as weakness by our culture. Yet Jesus calls it our strength. This Sunday we will fill up on meekness, as we embrace that its surrender and submission  requires a strength and power beyond ourselves. Yet we are blessed, for we have the Holy Spirit to grow this godly meekness deep in our hearts, and give us a rich inheritance.
  • Jan 15, 2021Momentum (The Beatitudes): Mourn
    Jan 15, 2021
    Momentum (The Beatitudes): Mourn
    We’re starting 2021 by exploring how to make progress in our spiritual lives. It’s easy to get sidetracked and stuck as we follow God’s call. We settle for what we have, and we give up on moving forward in our spiritual lives. Jesus taught us how to receive more of God’s blessings, especially in the Eight Beatitudes. Starting a new year is a great time to recommit to following Jesus’ calling in the Beatitudes and to restart moving forward in our faith.
  • Jan 7, 2021Momentum: Poor in Spirit
    Jan 7, 2021
    Momentum: Poor in Spirit
    We all need momentum as we go through our Christian lives.  That momentum begins with the first beatitude.  Join us as we explore what it means to be poor in spirit.
     
     
  • Jan 3, 2021Momentum: Climbing the Platform
    Jan 3, 2021
    Momentum: Climbing the Platform
    We begin the new year with a new message series about seeking the fullness of life that God offers. Almost without notice we can stall and stagnate in our spiritual growth. Yet Christmas has awakened in us a desire for more. So we go to Jesus, who teaches us the Eight Beatitudes, offering them not only as a description of the abundant life but also as a pathway to live it. We begin the journey and build momentum for holiness!

Dec 24, 2020
One Size Fits All
We’re having a special carol service this Christmas Sunday! So, be sure to gather round and be ready to sing some of your favorite carols. We’ll also celebrate Holy Communion, and hear a meditation from Pastor David.
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  • Dec 24, 2020One Size Fits All
    Dec 24, 2020
    One Size Fits All
    We’re having a special carol service this Christmas Sunday! So, be sure to gather round and be ready to sing some of your favorite carols. We’ll also celebrate Holy Communion, and hear a meditation from Pastor David.
  • Dec 23, 2020Do Good Feel Good Christmas: Kneel Down (Peace)
    Dec 23, 2020
    Do Good Feel Good Christmas: Kneel Down (Peace)
    We often think of Christmas Eve as a warm and serene. Yet Jesus came to take away our sin and to offer us a new start. So Christmas Eve is actually messy: a time to ask Jesus to clean up our sinful hearts and to chase away the darkness inside. We’ll use candles to represent the light that Jesus gives us when we invite Him to live in our hearts. Merry Christmas!
  • Dec 17, 2020Get Real (Love!)
    Dec 17, 2020
    Get Real (Love!)
    As we come up to Christmas, we see that God is a Christmas Scrooge who invites us to a do good feel good Christmas. We hear the story of the Prodigal Son to help us see God differently, come home to Him, and forgive others. This message will set you up to celebrate Christmas well!
  • Dec 11, 2020Reach Out (Faith!)
    Dec 11, 2020
    Reach Out (Faith!)
    Christmas is not about feeling the Christmas spirit. It’s about joining God’s Christmas movement–following His example–offering Jesus to others. Like Scrooge, we need Christmas alterations of our minds, hearts and actions so we live every day extending the joy of knowing Jesus.
  • Dec 4, 2020Dig Down (Hope!)
    Dec 4, 2020
    Dig Down (Hope!)
     1 Timothy 6:17-19
    To be a Christmas Scrooge, we have to dig down right into our hearts. We ask Jesus to transform our hearts off of hoping in our own resources and instead to plant His hope there. Only then will we have a changed life that consistently can do the good we desire to do and take hold of what is truly life. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. We still must keep fighting what defeats us!
  • Nov 25, 2020Gear Up (Joy!)
    Nov 25, 2020
    Gear Up (Joy!)
     This Christmas season we’re choosing to be a Scrooge! Now, that’s not what you may think. Actually, it’s a calling to step up and experience Christmas on a whole new level. This Sunday we go to Act 10 to meet a man named Cornelius. He’ll show us how we need to gear up for true Christmas by changing what we do each day. If you want true joy this Christmas, this message is for you!

Nov 20, 2020
Pursuing One Holy Passion
We can feel like we are drifting through life, doing okay but staying fairly shallow. But what we spend all of our time and energy on really doesn’t seem all that fulfilling. This week, as we enter into the boardroom of the soul one last time, we hear the Holy Spirit calling us to put away our petty desires and to fully embrace our passionate love for God. Only when we pursue one holy passion can we live fully!
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  • Nov 20, 2020Pursuing One Holy Passion
    Nov 20, 2020
    Pursuing One Holy Passion
    We can feel like we are drifting through life, doing okay but staying fairly shallow. But what we spend all of our time and energy on really doesn’t seem all that fulfilling. This week, as we enter into the boardroom of the soul one last time, we hear the Holy Spirit calling us to put away our petty desires and to fully embrace our passionate love for God. Only when we pursue one holy passion can we live fully!
  • Nov 13, 2020Finding Rest and Restoration
    Nov 13, 2020
    Finding Rest and Restoration
    Do you feel an emptiness deep inside, a restlessness in your heart? Jesus makes a radical invitation, that only He can truly show us the Father. Only He can make us whole and put us at peace. This Sunday we learn how to follow His call to come to Him, and come to Him with the whole of who we are. If you are weary, this invitation is for you!
  • Nov 6, 2020Trusting in the Darkness
    Nov 6, 2020
    Trusting in the Darkness
    We will experience times of deep grief, pain, and distress. Rest assured, the world will throw us into a tailspin. But when this happens, what do we do? Do we retreat and close down? Do we lash out in anger? Do we turn numb and lifeless? The Bible says that with God, we persist through these seasons of the dark night of the soul. God will carry us, and eventually God will carry us through. This Sunday we uncover three survival techniques the Bible holds for those suffering great troubles.
     
  • Oct 30, 2020Learning How to Hate
    Oct 30, 2020
    Learning How to Hate
    Christians are called to love! Yet true love necessarily means that we also hate what is ungodly. When we don’t flee evil, we succumb to sin. Do you struggle with some stubborn and powerful sin? This Sunday we’ll go into the boardroom of our souls and learn how we can train our board members to love God so passionately that we will cling to what is good.
  • Oct 23, 2020Choosing What to Love
    Oct 23, 2020
    Choosing What to Love
    We all are serving someone or something.  Sometimes we need to take a step back and re-evaluate who or what is truly our master.  How do we make these decisions? And once we have decided, how can we live by them?  Join us this week as we see how, with the help of the Holy Spirit, we can keep our hearts in check.
  • Oct 15, 2020Enlarging Your Heart
    Oct 15, 2020
    Enlarging Your Heart
    Like the Grinch, life has caused our hearts to become “two sizes too small.” This Sunday, we’ll open the boardroom of our souls and invite the Holy Spirit to grow the capacity of our hearts, and we will become alive...truly alive! 
  • Oct 11, 2020Avoiding a Shallow Life
    Oct 11, 2020
    Avoiding a Shallow Life
    There’s a battle going on in the boardroom of your soul. This week we meet the six members of the board. Their names are Mind, Heart, Will, Conscience, Memory and Imagination. They meet in secret to hammer out your thoughts, decisions and actions. Yet they are each motivated by self-interest. This Sunday we’ll learn how a new chairperson can bring your dysfunctional soul into alignment.

Oct 2, 2020
Messy Love: Decision
Love is not a feeling but a decision. We usually link how we treat people to how they behave or how we feel about them. God's command to love our neighbor as ourselves pushes us past our feelings and calls us to make the decisive decision to love others. Come this Sunday for God to reorient you away from treating others based on what they do and instead on what Jesus has done.
 
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  • Oct 2, 2020Messy Love: Decision
    Oct 2, 2020
    Messy Love: Decision
    Love is not a feeling but a decision. We usually link how we treat people to how they behave or how we feel about them. God's command to love our neighbor as ourselves pushes us past our feelings and calls us to make the decisive decision to love others. Come this Sunday for God to reorient you away from treating others based on what they do and instead on what Jesus has done.
     
  • Sep 25, 2020Messy Love: Sacrifice
    Sep 25, 2020
    Messy Love: Sacrifice
    Messy love means self sacrifice. This Sunday we eavesdrop on Jesus’ conversation with a rich man. Jesus tells him to give up all his wealth and follow Jesus. This makes us ask, “What do we need to give up in order to follow Jesus?” Come this Sunday asking this questions, but come ready to hear what you might not expect!
     
  • Sep 20, 2020Messy Love: Mercy
    Sep 20, 2020
    Messy Love: Mercy
    The story of the Good Samaritan may be familiar, but it pushes us into loving like we normally ignore. Love is messy. This week we see that godly love means messy mercy. Come for a familiar story, but beware: messy mercy means doing something about what you know!
  • Sep 11, 2020Messy Love: Forgiveness
    Sep 11, 2020
    Messy Love: Forgiveness
    We begin our fall message “Messy: Loving Others Isn’t Easy!” Love messes with us: making us honestly deal with the messes in our lives, and it makes us really deal with the messes others cause for us. Forgiveness is a very messy part of love! Yet only forgiveness releases us as we release others. This Sunday we’ll invite the Holy Spirit to bring this healing in and through us. Come ready for a mess!

Sep 4, 2020
FAQs: What Is It Like after You Die?
Series: FAQ's
What happens after we die? We know that someday Jesus will return, we will be given new bodies, and we will live eternally in heaven. But what about between now and then for those who have died? That’s the question for this, our last message in our FAQs series. If you want to know what it’s like for your deceased loved ones, or what life will be like for you during this “in between time,” don’t miss this message!
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  • Sep 4, 2020FAQs: What Is It Like after You Die?
    Sep 4, 2020
    FAQs: What Is It Like after You Die?
    Series: FAQ's
    What happens after we die? We know that someday Jesus will return, we will be given new bodies, and we will live eternally in heaven. But what about between now and then for those who have died? That’s the question for this, our last message in our FAQs series. If you want to know what it’s like for your deceased loved ones, or what life will be like for you during this “in between time,” don’t miss this message!
  • Aug 29, 2020FAQs: Where Is Jesus Now?
    Aug 29, 2020
    FAQs: Where Is Jesus Now?
    Series: FAQ's
    The question, “Where is Jesus now?” may have a simple answer, but it also has very significant ramifications on our lives. Living with Jesus in our hearts means we live in a way that hurries His return to earth. This Sunday we worship outdoors, the perfect opportunity to watch the skies for Jesus’ return. Now, that’s true worship!
  • Aug 21, 2020FAQs: Is Jesus the Only Way?
    Aug 21, 2020
    FAQs: Is Jesus the Only Way?
    Series: FAQ's
    What do we do with Jesus’ radical claim that salvation only comes through Him? How do we talk about this in a culture that believes in multiple paths to God? Is this really important enough to make a big deal out of it? Our question this Sunday is “Is Jesus the Only Way?” We’ll unpack the Bible’s teaching and get talking points for how to share about this with others.
  • Aug 16, 2020FAQs #7: Is the Bible Trustworthy? (Part 2)
    Aug 16, 2020
    FAQs #7: Is the Bible Trustworthy? (Part 2)
    Series: FAQ's
    The Bible is trustworthy and reliable, as verified by manuscript evidence, textual criticism and archeology. This Sunday there’s a lot of heady information as we learn about how these sciences support the Bible. Yet what we really learn it that it’s not really about the Bible. It’s about the God of the Bible. We open our lives to God’s living Word, to make us new. The Bible speaks God’s words of life!
     
  • Aug 9, 2020FAQs #6: Is the Bible Trustworthy? (Part 1)
    Aug 9, 2020
    FAQs #6: Is the Bible Trustworthy? (Part 1)
    Series: FAQ's
     Is the Bible trustworthy? We’ve all wondered this, and most likely we’ve all been asked this! The Bible is such an ancient and debated book. How can we know it’s reliable? We take up this FAQ over the next two Sundays. This Sunday we explore the internal integrity of the Bible, as well as the testimony of God’s people down through history. If you like archaeology and textual criticism, come back the following week. But this week, come ready to be challenged to put what you believe about the Bible into your life! 
  • Aug 2, 2020FAQs #5: What Is the Origins of the Bible?
    Aug 2, 2020
    FAQs #5: What Is the Origins of the Bible?
    Series: FAQ's
    FAQ: What is the origin of the Bible? Where did the Bible came from? People wrote it, right? But Christians also claim that it is God’s Word. Are both true? This Sunday Pastor David will open the covers of this greatest-of-all books and discover how this is God’s words for God’s people. Don’t miss it! (And then next Sunday we’ll take up why we can trust it.)
     
  • Jul 26, 2020FAQs #4: Why Does God Allow Suffering?
    Jul 26, 2020
    FAQs #4: Why Does God Allow Suffering?
    Series: FAQ's
     Our question this Sunday is one that you’ve asked: “Why does God let this happen?” We dig into the Bible to seek guidance on one of life’s greatest mysteries. Pastor David discovers that the answer we find is not what we expect. Don’t miss this message! It helps answer our own inner wondering and also gives us a helpful response when we’re asked this question.
  • Jul 19, 2020FAQ’s #3 “Do we REALLY need the Old Testament?”
    Jul 19, 2020
    FAQ’s #3 “Do we REALLY need the Old Testament?”
    Series: FAQ's
    We are told every day that new is better than old; that old things need to be replaced.  It's easy to apply this logic to our Bibles.  The Old Testament can be tough to read and hard to understand.  Do we really need to bother with it?  This Sunday we will take a look at some reasons why we should not dismiss 3/4 of our Bible. 
     
  • Jul 12, 2020FAQ’s #2 “What is Zion?”
    Jul 12, 2020
    FAQ’s #2 “What is Zion?”
    Series: FAQ's
    We sing of Zion in worship, but many times we don't stop to think about what the words we sing mean. This Sunday we will be digger deep into this multi-faceted word and what it means to our lives. 
  • Jul 5, 2020FAQs #1: Can We Have the American Flag in Worship?
    Jul 5, 2020
    FAQs #1: Can We Have the American Flag in Worship?
    Series: FAQ's
    This Sunday we begin our new Summer message series: “FAQs: Your Questions Answered with Biblical Facts.” This week our question is if it is appropriate to have the American Flay in worship. This is a fitting question for the 4th of July weekend, and the fact that we return to our sanctuary for worship. We will have our American flag there: come find out why!

Jun 28, 2020
MN Adult and Teen Challenge
By: Guest
Since 1983, MN Adult & Teen Challenge has been restoring hope to people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. The Teen Challenge Choir will not be able to attend due to Covid-19 instead they are sending five current participants. Their purpose is to encourage congregations by testifying about God’s healing power in the lives of our clients and to help others see that through Him, they too, can overcome their struggles. There will be a special offering for Teen Challenge. Worship will be outside, so bring a lawn chair and hat.
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  • Jun 28, 2020MN Adult and Teen Challenge
    Jun 28, 2020
    MN Adult and Teen Challenge
    By: Guest
    Since 1983, MN Adult & Teen Challenge has been restoring hope to people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. The Teen Challenge Choir will not be able to attend due to Covid-19 instead they are sending five current participants. Their purpose is to encourage congregations by testifying about God’s healing power in the lives of our clients and to help others see that through Him, they too, can overcome their struggles. There will be a special offering for Teen Challenge. Worship will be outside, so bring a lawn chair and hat.
  • Jun 21, 2020Radiant Faces
    Jun 21, 2020
    Radiant Faces

    This Sunday we’re celebrating Camping Sunday! We need mountain-top experiences to sustain us in our discipleship. Although we can’t physically go to camp this year, we are going to have a worship experience to meet God “on the mountain.” Come this Sunday dressed like you’re going to camp, and be ready to meet God. Worship will be outside, so bring a lawn chair and hat.

     
  • Jun 14, 2020All Things Are Possible with Faith
    Jun 14, 2020
    All Things Are Possible with Faith
    What an exciting Sunday - it’s Confirmation Sunday! Our five Confirmation students (Aimire Lloyd, Jacqueline Wyne, Katelyn Bautch, Noah Bonsell and Tony Lloyd) will all share their faith testimonies and publically commit to follow Jesus. Two of them (Aimire and Tony) will also be baptized! We will see how God takes the tiny, shaky faith–like the size of a mustard seed–and grow it into a large and committed maturity–like a tall mustard tree. Come expecting your faith to also grow this Sunday, too! We will worship outdoors again: bring a hat and lawn chair, or there will also be spaces for drive-in worship.
  • Jun 5, 2020Soaring without Seeing – Graduation Sunday
    Jun 5, 2020
    Soaring without Seeing – Graduation Sunday
     This Sunday we honor our graduates and offer prayers over them as they launch into the next chapter of their lives. The message is geared for them, but for all of us. How do we soar as God’s people when we can’t see precisely where we’re going? The answer comes in the Holy Spirit, who lifts our wings and sends us in the right direction.
     
  • May 15, 2020Prayer as Worship
    May 15, 2020
    Prayer as Worship
    This Sunday we take a pause in our spring worship series for intentional and focused prayer. Sunday morning we will host a worship prayer walk on the church grounds to 1. Be together safely as a church community, 2. Pray for our communities during this trying time, 3. Grow in our discipleship through prayer, and 4. Be visible in our community witnessing to our hope in God. Come if you are able! If not, pray along with the worship recording.
  • Nov 27, 2019Responseability
    Nov 27, 2019
    Responseability
    Joel 2:18-28
    Thanksgiving is the holiday when we stop to give thanks for the harvest and all that we have. But the Bible teaches us that thanksgiving really isn’t a response to what we have. It’s about God in our lives, who made us with the need to give thanks. This Sunday, we’ll go beneath the cultural calling of thanksgiving and discover the biblical push to connect it to God’s character. Don’t miss this Sunday, it’ll change your Thanksgiving!
  • Nov 17, 2019What Are You Looking For?
    Nov 17, 2019
    What Are You Looking For?

    John 6:1-71

    We come to Jesus hoping He will help us in our messes. We want Him to repair a relationship, heal an illness, fix a problem, give us strength to face whatever we are going through. And He does. But Jesus offers us more than help. He offers us Himself. It is when we take Him fully that we receive the deepest healing and wholeness. Come this Sunday seeking more than help from Jesus!

  • 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!

May 31, 2020
Live Free: No Lying! (The Spirit of Truth)
 This Sunday is Pentecost, the third of the three biggest Christian celebrations. We mark the gift of the Holy Spirit given to us as God’s people, to live in us and through us. We are not alone! The Bible also calls the Holy Spirit “The Spirit of Truth.” On Pentecost we will have the last of our Ten Commandment messages: “Don’t lie.” We celebrate that we have the Spirit of Truth so that we can stop lying and start speaking words of life and truth!
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  • May 31, 2020Live Free: No Lying! (The Spirit of Truth)
    May 31, 2020
    Live Free: No Lying! (The Spirit of Truth)
     This Sunday is Pentecost, the third of the three biggest Christian celebrations. We mark the gift of the Holy Spirit given to us as God’s people, to live in us and through us. We are not alone! The Bible also calls the Holy Spirit “The Spirit of Truth.” On Pentecost we will have the last of our Ten Commandment messages: “Don’t lie.” We celebrate that we have the Spirit of Truth so that we can stop lying and start speaking words of life and truth!
  • May 24, 2020Live Free: Do Not Covet
    May 24, 2020
    Live Free: Do Not Covet
    If you could have anyone’s car, home, abilities, physical appearance, spouse, or life, whose would you have? Notice, as you consider this question, the awakening of that inner “itchy” feeling as you want what you can’t have. That’s coveting. It’s not just wanting (we all want nice things), but it’s the inner restlessness in wanting what is (or should be) beyond your grasp. This Sunday our discipleship goal is to want instead what God wants for us.
  • May 10, 2020Live Free: Do Not Steal
    May 10, 2020
    Live Free: Do Not Steal
    What did your mother teach you about stealing? Well, so does our heavenly Father! Stealing is so prevalent in our day that much of life includes measures to protect our goods, and we don’t even realize how odd it is to have all this security. This Sunday we’ll try to hear our mothers teach us again about what God says about our penchant to steal.
  • May 3, 2020Live Free: Do Not Commit Adultery
    May 3, 2020
    Live Free: Do Not Commit Adultery
    The Seventh Commandment is just two words in the Hebrew, “no” and “adultery.” God compares marriage to a vine. You’ve got to invest a lot, and you’ve got to wait a long time. You’re going to need to be patient and tending to it if you want it to grow and be fruitful. Adultery is like a weed eater that carelessly severs the vine’s base, killing it in an instant. This Sunday again is a provocative message on the Biblical understanding of the holy act of the sexual experience.
  • Apr 26, 2020Live Free: Do Not Murder
    Apr 26, 2020
    Live Free: Do Not Murder
    The Sixth Commandment is just two words in the Hebrew, “no” and “murder.” Yet these two words together change our whole frame of life itself. This Sunday we’ll cross political, ethical, social, and societal boundaries and enter into the realm of controversy. God’s path of life, however, provides a way through, if we open ourselves to listen!
  • Apr 19, 2020Live free: Honor Your Parents
    Apr 19, 2020
    Live free: Honor Your Parents
    The Fifth Commandments is to “Honor your father and mother.” For some, the thought is uplifting. For others, it’s devastating. Yet the Bible provides no qualification or exception based on what they’ve done. It’s all about what you do! The path of abundant life includes honoring your parents. This Sunday we’ll discover just what this means, and looks like for you!
     
  • Feb 23, 2020Journey to the Promised Land
    Feb 23, 2020
    Journey to the Promised Land
    We are on the journey called life! At times we may feel lost. At times the path is hard. At other times we smell the roses and hear the birds sing. All the while we are heading toward our destination. God’s path is our best life. Come this Sunday to learn how your journey of life can be more than you can imagine, and the destination is the home you long for!
  • Feb 16, 2020Set Free to Rest
    Feb 16, 2020
    Set Free to Rest
    Sabbath rest is probably the commandment we have the hardest time following. Yet God gives this command as a pattern for living well. We are made in God’s image, and God commands us to follow His example of working for six days and resting on the seventh day.  Keep this Sunday as your Sabbath and begin in worship. Come and learn how you can’t live well without it!
  • Feb 2, 2020Set Free to Not Take the Name of the Lord in Vain
    Feb 2, 2020
    Set Free to Not Take the Name of the Lord in Vain
    What’s in a name? Our names come from our parents. Either they chose it because they liked the name or it had special meaning, perhaps in the family. In the Bible, names describe the person, and using a name shows familiarity and connection. This Sunday we look at the 3rd of the 10 Commandments, where God forbids us to use His name without meaning. Why? Because His name shows familiarity and connection. We’ll discover how using God’s name with meaning brings meaning to our lives!
  • Jan 26, 2020Set Free to Have No Idols
    Jan 26, 2020
    Set Free to Have No Idols
     At first glance, the second of the Ten Commandments seems easy for us: Don’t make any idols. But when we’re honest, we soon realize that we make all kinds of idols. The antidote is authentic worship. So, come this Sunday expecting to turn your face to God in true worship!
    Scripture: Exodus 20:1-6
  • Jan 19, 2020Set Free to Love God First
    Jan 19, 2020
    Set Free to Love God First
    The first of the 10 Commandments is the key: Make God first in your life. We may have God in our lives, but we struggle keeping Him first. Yet when we don’t, we suffer. God’s plan for our best life is only possible when we put Him above everything else. This Sunday, come ready to do just that!
    “Jesus replied, ‘‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.’” - Matthew 22:37-38.
  • Jan 12, 2020Set Free Love God
    Jan 12, 2020
    Set Free Love God
    As we begin a new year, we commit again to the plan God has given us for living well. So, we go back to the 10 Commandments as God’s intended path for how we should live in order to live best. They are not antiquated or “downer” rules. They unlock abundant life. Our message series looks as the first four of these commandments, rules that focus our love singularly on God. From this foundation our future is built!