Relationships are really hard. Not just spousal relationships, but also relationships with children, parents, siblings, friends, coworkers, etc. This Sunday we’re going to talk about some Biblical principles for growing the strength and quality of our relationships, as Pastor Jeff continues a series of four January sermons on the theme of "Taking My Life to […]
This Sunday Pastor Jeff will begin a brief Christmas Sermon Series. We’ll get started by looking at a part of the biblical Christmas story that’s almost always overlooked, yet incredibly relevant to our lives today. If COVID interrupted your worship attendance pattern, Christmas is a great time to get back in the swing. Come home […]
Have you ever wondered about that? As we continue in our sermon series on Psalms, this Sunday we’re going to delve into a song (i.e., psalm) that describes the suffering of the poor. As we do so, we’ll grapple with the meaning of the Hebrew term for “poor” (hint: it’s not what you think), how […]
We are surrounded by the dazzling wonder of God’s creation. Everywhere we look, we see amazing beauty and complexity. No wonder the Bible says that “God so loved the world. . . .” John 3:16. But what are the implications of all this for us humans? As the highest and most powerful creatures in God’s […]
How do you see yourself? What’s your core identity and how does that affect how you move through the world? Those are the questions we’ll grapple with this Sunday as explore one of the most famous and surprising encounters with Jesus in the Gospel of John.
This Sunday Pastor Jeff will launch a new sermon series about some of the great saints throughout church history. This week we’ll start with the amazing life of St. Francis, learning a bit about him and drawing insights for how we can live more fully and follow Jesus more closely.
This week we’ll conclude our current sermon series by exploring the 9th core characteristic of a Spirit-filled life – self-control. Studies show that our level of self-control – a learned trait – is a stronger predictor of success in life than many other factors, including intelligence. We’ll explore several biblical principles that can help us grow our self-control, […]
This week Pastor Jeff is going to talk to us about the 8th core characteristic of a Spirit-filled person. The Greek word Paul uses for the 8th characteristic is “pistis.” The meaning of the word is profound and potentially life-changing. Invite a friend to tune in with you.
What’s the difference between being religious and spiritual? Being religious is often associated with rote rule-keeping. Rules, rules, rules. Being spiritual is completely different and so much more beautiful! That’s what we’re going to explore this Sunday as we continue our sermon series about being salt and light in a hurting world.
Think of someone you’ve known who exudes gentleness and patience. Wouldn’t you like to be more like them? As we all know, it’s easier said than done. But this Sunday we’ll explore some ideas that might help, as we continue our sermon series about being salt and light in a hurting world.
Have you ever known someone who exuded peace and joy even during life’s toughest times? How is that possible? This Sunday we’ll explore the Biblical formula for experiencing a peace and joy that defies life’s ups and downs. As we do so, we’ll draw on stories from the lives of some amazing women of faith, […]
You’ve heard the phrase thrown about a lot lately, but on Sunday we’re going to explore it from a very different angle. According to the Bible, every contact we have with someone else leaves an enduring trace on them and us – for better or worse. If we want to be Jesus’ hands and feet […]