Life. Who doesn’t want to experience a life that is filled with meaning, joy, happiness, significance, and fulfillment? Jesus told us He came that we might have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10).
The eight books of the Bible from Hebrews through Jude are often called the “General Epistles” (or letters); and in many ways, they are like the thirteen letters written by Paul. However, Paul tended to write his letters to a specific church or person; whereas the General Epistles are usually written to broad groups of churches or are not specifically addressed at all. So before we conclude our reading plan with Revelation, for 7 weeks the Sunday morning messages will focus on one of the readings from the General Epistles. We hope you are still reading through the New Testament with us; but if not, it is never too late to start or start again.
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“How come God doesn’t speak anymore?” It’s a question that is asked so often when people read scripture or hear of many people recording in the Bible having a conversation with God and hearing His audible voice. But is that the right question to ask?
Did you know that Jesus came from a messy family? That’s right. Jesus – the Son of God – has a family tree that will make you wonder if God did His homework before choosing this family.
More than seven billion people inhabit the earth today. Millions, if not billions, of us are looking for a place to belong. People yearn for meaningful connection with others. We long for an invitation to be part of something more.
Do not be afraid! This is commanded by God 365 times in the Bible, but many people are still living in fear. Fear began when Adam and Eve first sinned in the garden and has now become a ruling “god” for so many who are under its grip.
We welcome our guest Pastor John Schmidtke, from Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
A few months ago, we asked you what topics you would like to hear about on Sunday mornings. You responded with more topics than we could address in one message series; but we chose five of the most requested to cover in this series...
What is it about movies that captivates you, that draws you in, and makes you want to enter into the world it creates? As a church we think movies are one of the places that our culture finds it’s pack, escapes to a whole new world, and is reminded of many of the “good things” of life.