Entries Tagged 'Faithfulness'

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Songs for Our Temple (Week 24: Ps. 70-72)

Melanie Haynes takes us through the next Psalms — 70-72 — and what they share about how God is with us in all circumstances.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 23: Ps. 67-69)

Jim Krenning takes us through the next Psalms — 67-69 — and what we find out about our God and His calling for us in them.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 22: Ps. 64-66)

Uncertain times are a perfect time to turn to our latest Psalms — 64, 65 and 66 — which remind us of a God who is righteous, in control and faithful.

Jonah's Turning Point

What does Jonah do with the opportunity that God gives him?

Once a Guy, Now Just a Keychain (May 9, 2022)

Join Pastor Tim the story of Hezekiah challenges us on where our trust is situated and what our purpose in life is.

Reckless Driving (April 25, 2022)

Continuing our series Bad Attitudes, we turn to a story about two of Aaron’s sons and their reckless approach before God… and how we can fall into the same traps.

Confidence in Prayer (November 1, 2021)

How confident are you in your prayer life? Do you wrestle with if you are praying enough? Praying effectively?

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 44: Judges)

Join us on Reformation Sunday (and Halloween) as Melanie Haynes takes us to Judges as we continue our journey through the Bible.

I See a Church that Unleashes the Hope of Jesus (September 26, 2021)

Once we have started building a relationship with Christ we have a tendency to hyper involve ourselves in disciplines and forget to release them into the world. In this message, we explore how to unleash the hope of Jesus both in generosity and justice, but also how to live in the tensions that both of them bring.

I See a Church that Becomes Like Jesus (September 19, 2021)

During this week’s message, we are diving into how we can become like Jesus. How do we do that? By spending time with Him. We go deeper on ways we can spend time with Jesus communally and contemplatively and what it means to make room for Jesus in the center of it all.

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