What is our responsibility to share the only true door into Salvation with the people around us?
We all yearn for rescue from aspects of life… but is that just a fairytale hope? Melanie helps us consider where our help comes from as we turn to Ruth during this week’s 52 Verses, 52Books, 52Weeks.
What are Baptism and the Lord’s Supper meant to do? How do we make sense of them? Are they mere empty rituals? Things we can do to save ourselves? Something else?
What kind of service prepares us for Jesus’s return? Pastor Tim continues our series in Matthew 24-25, looking this week at how we are “good” in God’s eyes.
Are we prepared for Jesus’s return? Pastor Tim continues our series in Matthew 24-25, looking this week at Jesus’s call that we always be prepared.
It is a common theme: We need help. Our world is hurting and needs help. And we often seek it through TED talks and self-help books. When Peter preached his first sermon, he emphasized that Jesus came to do what we cannot accomplish on our own. No self-help can can replace Jesus’ victory over sin. That’s not just an Old Time Religion thing, that’s a promise all generations to come!
As we wrap up “alive,” we find that the resurrection speaks to more than just us having a body again: it speaks to restoration for the world.
What does it mean to be resurrected? We have lots of ideas, but are they what God is actually promising? Join Pastor Tim tonight as we consider that question.
Pastor Tim continues our series “Alive,” by looking at the promise of resurrection for each of us. Is that just a comforting myth to help us cope with death or is a hope we can count on?
The hope of Easter is based on the foundation that Jesus intended to, was able to and did accomplish salvation for us. Join Pastor Tim as we begin our new series “Alive,” thinking about the power of the resurrection.