What does it look like to be spiritually healthy? We are all at risk of being infected by the sinfulness in us & around us. Anger, bitterness, & unforgiveness hardens our hearts & makes us selfish and at risk of infection. There is no precaution so effective as “being healthy”. What does that actually … More A Tale of 2 Servants
Today’s service starts with a tribute & encouragement to fathers, followed by our “Senior Sunday” celebration of our Seeds of Faith high school graduates of the class of 2020. Then, in today’s message, we are always reminded that… 1. We are not meant to do this life alone. 2. We all have a choice to … More The Source of Life…Again?
The Bible is filled with stories of God’s faithfulness. He is faithful. Over and over again, He is faithful. He will keep giving His presence, and all the good that comes with His presence, as long as we continue to come to Him in our emptiness. We have as much of God as we are … More Empty Vessels
There’s an old Greek saying; “You will break the bow if you keep it always bent.” What happens when we don’t care for ourselves? What happens when we fill every moment with “stuff”? Aren’t we supposed to always be doing something “productive” and have some tangible end result? Let’s learn from Elijah what happens when … More Losing “Loft”
In a time of fear, anxiety, frustration, & unknown… Where do we turn? What brings fulfillment? Where do we find hope, peace, joy…? In 1 Kings 18, we find a great example of where we find answers to these questions. Join us as we learn about the Prophet Elijah, his battle royale with the 450 … More Torn Down
Click Here to listen to the message… The 2nd in our Lenten series, “On the Cross…” learning about the words Jesus spoke from the cross. It is fitting that the final conversation Jesus has before His death is with a sinner rethinking his life in response to the character and mercy of Jesus. When one … More Paradise
Click Here to listen to the message… For our Lent series we are learning about the words Jesus spoke from the cross. The Roman speaker/writer Cicero wrote, “Crucifixion is the most cruel and horrifying punishment.” As Jesus was experiencing potentially the most painful, shameful, humiliating punishment one could ever experience (for crimes He did not … More Forgive Them…