This Sunday Pastor Jeff resumes our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?” The goal in this series is to determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death. So far we’ve considered three rather obvious suspects: Pontius Pilate, Judas Iscariot, and Jerusalem’s institutional religious leaders. Now our investigation takes an unexpected turn with a fourth suspect who […]
Solomon, a great king, successful by all measures, looked back on his life and called it all meaningless. We strive and reach for all kinds of things to find meaning in our lives, and no matter how far we go, we always want more. Is there something more? Some meaning, some light worth chasing? Come, […]
To believe in God, how much do you need to know? To discern God’s will for your life, how much do you need to know? On Sunday, we’ll wrestle with these important questions, as we continue our sermon series based on Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection. This week is Guidepost No. 5 – Cultivating Intuition […]
If prayer is key to finding power for life, then it follows that the quality of your life will often depend on the quality of your prayers. Learning to pray effectively is critical. On Sunday, we’ll study a famous encounter between Abram and God and, in the process, learn four vital lessons for praying well.
How much confidence do you have everything you need will be provided, day by day? Do you find yourself worrying that there won’t be enough? This Sunday we’ll be exploring several spiritual insights that can liberate us, allowing us to relax and live in a sense of confidence and abundance. YOUR PRESENCE at worship this Sunday will feed your […]
This Sunday we begin a new sermon series called “Difficult Questions of Faith.” In this series, we will pull no punches, boldly exploring the most perplexing questions of faith, starting this Sunday with two key questions: Is my life predetermined by God’s plan or subject to the vicissitudes of free will and randomness? How involved is God in […]
From time to time, we all have experiences that cause us to ask deep – sometimes troubling – questions about our faith. It’s so common there’s even a term for it; it’s called a “faith crisis.” This Sunday we’ll look at someone in the Bible who had a faith crisis who modeled for us how […]
Do you ever experience doubt? Most of us try to suppress it. After all, doubt is a sin, right? Well, not exactly. In fact, doubt has played a huge part in the life of many Bible heroes. This Sunday we’ll explore a couple examples – and in the process, gain a much better understanding of […]
This Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week – the week during which Jesus experienced unimaginable terror – terror so great he cried out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” This Sunday we’ll explore how we should cope with similar “Godforsaken” moments in our own life.