Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
God reveals himself to Moses in Exodus as the “I Am.” In John’s Gospel, Jesus repeatedly uses these same two words with reference to himself. He is more than a wise teacher, a moral philosopher, a philanthropist, a miracle-worker…. He is the Great I Am of old.
Jesus calls us to follow Him. This entails living and loving like Jesus.
Thanksgiving is not just a holiday. It should be a way of life, as we continually praise God for who He is and what He has done. He is the one, the only one, who is worthy of all of our praise, even in and through the storms of life.
After Jonah’s defiance in running away from God and His call, God uses a great fish to not only save him from the sea but also to provide an opportunity for Jonah to contemplate his decisions and his call. God truly desires obedience over sacrifice and a changed life over empty words.
We conclude our sermon series on hope, looking at Jesus’ response to his disciple, Thomas, as he struggled with doubt. God is not afraid of our questions or our doubts. He doesn’t want empty words, but a true and genuine relationship with us. This requires honesty and trust on our part as we struggle through…
God has a history of calling and empowering the unlikely underdog to do the incredible. This week we look at the inspiring story of David, the young shepherd boy, who stands up to the great champion warrior giant of the Philistines, Goliath of Gath. Your giant may change, but our God remains the same, and he is a giant slayer.
Faith in Jesus needs no supplement. He is truly enough. In the second chapter of Paul’s letter to the church in Colosse, he exhorts them to be rooted and built up in Christ, and to hold firm in their faith in Jesus. Paul labors that the church will be strong and mature, and protected from false doctrine that threatens it.
Following up on our recent study of Paul’s letter to Philemon, we launched this new sermon series on Paul’s related letter to the church in Colosse. In this letter to the new church of Gentile converts, Paul expresses his thanksgiving for their faith and love, and for the fruit that is being produced in their…
After the death of Moses, God calls Joshua and the people of Israel to be strong and courageous, knowing that God is with them, wherever they go. Today, we likewise, need to trust in God’s faithfulness and provision as we obediently follow his direction and calling in our lives.