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!
 
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