Where do you go for wisdom and guidance when you have a difficult decision to make? Guest speaker, Pastor Demetrius Booker, addresses this question in light of the life and reign of King Rehoboam.
What does it mean to be a member of the church? How is membership in the church different than in other contexts? Join us as we look at how the Apostle Paul describes and illustrates how God has designed and called us to participate in His Church.
How does your personal spiritual health and growth impact the church?
In all of life’s busyness and stress, it is all too easy to lose focus on what matters most- Jesus. We must continually choose to recalibrate our focus and to pursue Him in our everyday life, despite all of the distractions that seek to pull us away from Jesus.
King Hezekiah was faithful and obedient to God, bringing radical reformation to Judah. Immediately after this great reform, Hezekiah encounters great adversity, as King Sennacherib the feared Assyrian army surround and threaten Judah. This morning we look at Hezekiah’s response to this great threat, fear, and anxiety that he encounters in his efforts to obediently…
Ever feel like you need to press a reset button and start fresh? This New Year we look at the story of King Hezekiah and the reformation that he brought to Judah in a time where God’s people desperately needed a reset.
Sometimes we find it easy and natural to be grateful and to express gratitude to God for what He has blessed us with. At other times in life, we struggle to find reasons to be thankful, but scripture tells us that God is the same God, in both the good and in the challenging times.…
Jesus passionately pursued the lost, the sinful, and the outcast, and He has called for us to do the same. In the parable of the sower, Jesus illustrates the importance of the condition of our hearts to receive His Word, and also to spread His Word.
Jesus not only taught His disciples to humbly serve, putting others first, but He also exemplified servanthood as He humbly washed their feet and laid His life down on their behalf. In serving the Servant King, Jesus, we are likewise called to be humble servants.
Following Jesus entails pursuing Him daily. This entails reading His Word, coming to Him in prayer, and worshipping Him on a daily basis. As powerful as church services, small groups, and other spiritual growth opportunities are, none of them take the place of one on one time with Jesus. Through our daily devotions, Jesus grows…