What do Jesus followers ask Him to teach them how to pray?
Loneliness is so rampant because we have a pathological avoidance of conflict. The first step in dealing with conflict is not to avoid it, but instead to lean in and confess our imperfections.
Pastor Tim considers how the short book of Obadiah tells us a lot about how God is working in the less than ideal circumstances of the world.
Do we understand the fullness of what God is going to do? Definitely not.
If you are alone, you can’t fully experience everything God has for you. We are saved by Christ alone; we are not saved to be alone. Our faith becomes stronger when we are with other people.
Jim Krenning takes us to back to Acts 2 to think about how God gives His Spirit to us.
Are we going through ritual expecting nothing can be done or are we ready for God’s Word to redirect us?
Tonight we look at Isaiah 27 to better understand how Christmas fulfilled long given promises and is a turning point for all of us.
Christmas is an invitation to experience God’s love.
Tonight we look at Isaiah 46 and 49 to better understand the dependability and scope of God’s promises.
Jim takes us through Ps. 144-146 as we near the end of this journey through the Scriptures.
Are we seeking real security at Christmas or just security theater?
Pastor Tim takes us through Ps. 141-143 for hope and confidence given to us in God’s love.
How did Mary wrap her mind around who Jesus is? How do we?
What does it mean to experience God’s peace?
Are we trying to impress people or are we doing what God has actually called us to in faithfulness?
God often calls us to be faithful as we wait for what He is doing next. What does that look like?
Pastor Tim takes us through Ps. 138-140, which guide us to think about how God knows us and is faithful and merciful to us wherever we may be in life.
What does true joy look like? It isn’t necessarily what we imagine.