Entries Tagged 'Loving Our Neighbors'

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Underestimated (March 14, 2022)

Human nature leads us to want people to think highly of us. But what does the example of Jesus show?

Doughn't Mess It Up (March 7, 2022)

Being the church together is hard. How do we know what “ingredients” we need to rise to the calling God has for us?

Bear One Anothers Burdens (February 28, 2022)

Everyone around us faces burdens. Do we help each other bear them?

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 39: Micah)

Melanie turns us to Micah this week to think about how God has a plan for our salvation throughout all time.

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.

52 Verses, 52 Books, 52 Weeks (Week 38: Nehemiah)

How do we follow God’s leading in our lives? Are we seeking His guidance? Are we serving His people?

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.

I See a Church That Encounters Jesus (September 12, 2021)

God’s vision church didn’t start with the church building, or even with Christian environments: it started with the world! In John 3:16 we learn that “For God so loved the WORLD…”. Many times we view the world as broken, but, in reality, they are lost and wounded.

Dealing with Your Enemy (August 25, 2021)

How should we deal with those whom we consider to be enemies? How do we react when they struggle?

The Hot Coal Gospel (January 25, 2021)

Pastor Tim wraps up our series “Renewed” looking the call to live peaceably. (And yes, that includes some hot coals on peoples’ heads.)

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