June 18, 2017
June 11, 2017
May 28, 2017
Memory is one of God’s special blessings that has the potential to guide us through perilous times. In 2 Timothy 1, Paul urged Timothy to remember the sincere faith modeled for him by his grandmother, Lois and his mother Eunice. Powerful memories enable us to draw on divinely provided resources when times are tough.
May 21, 2017
Few issues stir up as much confusion and controversy in the church as baptism. What began as a touchstone of Christian unity has become a muddy torrent dredging up old debris and carving out separate streams. Today’s message is an attempt to clear up the waters of baptism by returning to the New Testament sources of our faith.
May 14, 2017
April 30, 2017
April 23, 2017
When Jesus said “Love your neighbor,” did he mean our literal neighbors: the retired couple next door, the Asian family two doors down, the noisy college students across the hall? Yes! The call to love one’s neighbor begins right where we live. Imagine how many of the issues facing our society might be reduced if we simply took the time to get to know and love our neighbors. And think of the impact that you or I might have on the spiritual destinies of people in our community. There’s no Great Commission without the Great Commandment!
April 16, 2017
Need proof that the resurrection can change anything and anyone? Then Simon Peter is your guy. Christ lives to restore those wrecked and ruined by sin. From the vantage point of the empty tomb, we see Jesus’ scars and our own in a radically different light.
April 9, 2017
Nicodemus wants to have it both ways. A secret admirer afraid of risking his reputation and security by stepping into the light, he comes to Jesus at night. Perhaps there’s a bit of Nicodemus inside of us all. Are we limping through life with one foot in the light and the other in the darkness? We can’t hedge our bets forever. The light demands a verdict. What’s Nicodemus’s final answer? What’s yours?
April 2, 2017
The cross of Christ and the family of God come into clearer focus through a mother’s eyes. Join us as we consider the cross from the perspective of Mary.