It's easy to love the people we like, and we are right to do so. Jesus also calls us to love the people in our lives who we don't like so much. How can we sustain the effort to love the "unloveable" people in our lives? We pursue that in worship Sunday, September 19 at 10:45.
The beginning of the school year is a great time to re-energize and refocus: What do we need to know? And how can we learn what we were created to do? As followers of Jesus we are intensely interested in what he has to say to us. Our worship together will focus on what Jesus clearly says is The Main Thing. Note that our worship time now shifts to 10:45 am.
Labor Day Weekend reminds us that work is a never-ending part of life. Why is it so wearying? Does it have to be? What does Jesus say about this part of our daily experience? Join us for worship Sunday, September 5, 2021 at 9:30am.
Jesus was unfailingly kind and gentle to those who were in need, but he was also stern in his warning against a particular kind of danger to the human soul and human society. We will explore his warning against two never-ending dangers in our worship service for Sunday, August 29 beginning at 9:30 am.
God is working among his people in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and we are a part of that. Dr. Eric Gunnoe brings us an update on the work there as a part of our worship service 9:30 am Sunday, August 22, 2021
The world watches Christians to see how we react in all circumstances, so how do we deal with suffering? Join us for worship 9:30 am Sunday, August 15, as guest preacher Mike Olmstead leads us.
How can we know what God is like? Why won't he give us a sign so we can know there is a God? Jesus is the answer to both these questions, but how? Join us for worship 9:30 am Sunday, August 8, 2021.
More than anything else what are Christians to be known for? What are we to be about? Join us for worship at 9:30am, Sunday, August 1, 2021 when guest preacher Paul Harrell leads us through what Jesus said about this.
It is a natural thing to size people up, especially when we first meet them. That's why we say first impressions are so important. But Jesus says to be careful what we use to measure people. Join us to explore this in worship, 9:30am Sunday, July 25, 2021
Have you ever noticed how families are a mix of familiar and unfamiliar people? There are those you grew up with, and others who are added in by love. A church congregation at its best is a family of sorts, a familiar group of people who belong to each other, and their number increases as more are added by love. This worship livestream will be available 9:30am Sunday, July 18, 2021.
Pastor Mark loves his wife and grown children, the Word of God, and words. And coffee,