God’s people were never meant to be insulated from the world around them. They are called to be separate because they are called to go out on God’s mission. Sinai was more than the giving of the Law. It was the continuation of God’s mission to the nations, a mission that the Church continues today. Worship with us each Sunday at 10 AM.
Exodus 19:2-8, 24:7-11
What is the nature of the God who calls us? He is strange. He is powerful. And when we pause our hurried lives, we will see that the bush in Exodus is still burning, and that will “light a fire under this church.”
Matthew will continue his theme on Becoming a Church on God’s Mission. This week’s topic is Church at a Crossroad. Genesis 12:1-9
We don’t just learn from our failures. God is wise enough, righteous enough, and strong enough to bring something new from our failures. Through Christ, he brings peace “Where the Wild Things Are.” Isaiah 11:1-10
Have you made your Christmas wish list? If you made a Christmas wish list to God, what would you include? The good news is that God has given us a wish list that is better than anything we could ask for. And He has already delivered the gifts. Isaiah 9:2-7
There are lots of important questions to ask. What’s going to happen with the economy? What will our futures look like? But as we close our year’s theme of “Just Jesus,” let’s ask ourselves the most important question of all, “What Do You Think About Jesus?” Worship with us Sunday at 10 AM. Matthew 22: 41-46
In this age of expecting quick results and instant gratification, we are tempted to take shortcuts in discipleship. But making disciples is not a program we can initiate; it is a process we must imitate. Real disciples don’t grow like Chia pets, they grow like sequoias. Luke 1:39-45
“Get Out of the Boat” and “Jesus Dealt with It Too”
God led the early disciples to speak in tongues and then the Church was born on Pentecost. Does speaking in tongues still happen today? It should but perhaps not how we expect. Join us Sunday, Nov. 6 at 10 AM as we consider the Church today, “Speaking in Tongues,” part of Hispanic Missions Day. Scripture Reading: Acts 2:1-11
Luke 15:25 – 32
For a sinner to repent is not shameful. It is a time for celebration. Jesus gives us two parables that turn our grumbling into rejoicing. Like a shepherd with a lost sheep and a woman with a lost coin, God not only pursues us relentlessly but He celebrates finding us ridiculously. Luke 15:1 – 10
With threats of a food shortage and recession, it feels like we have a lot to worry about. We are living in anxious and fearful times. Yet Jesus tells us, “Fear not.” As bad as the times are, the Father is good. But the real good news is that He “is pleased to give us the kingdom.” Join us Sunday as we open the Scriptures and hear Jesus say, “Fear Not, Little Flock.”
Feasting on God’s Word
Don’t miss our final Kerusso Experience: 10 minute sermons presented by Gavin Walker, Everett Reichardt, and David Underwood — members of the Goodman Oaks Youth Group. Worship with us Sunday
Christians are engaged in holy war, but against whom? As Jesus marched resolutely to the cross, He taught us that our enemy is not outside us but within us.
Todd McMillen, our college intern, steps into the pulpit Sunday, July 31 with a lesson entitled “The Radical Call of Jesus.”
God is light. We can’t be in darkness if we come to Him. This does not mean we must be perfect. But it means we must come out of darkness. We must come out of hiding.
Jesus freed a woman from a disabling spirit. She brought her suffering to Jesus which brought forth his compassion. Bringing your suffering to Christ brings his compassion. Bringing your suffering to the church brings its compassion too.
Matthew reminds up that God is still with us.
Scripture reading John 14:39
May 15 is Senior Sunday. During our morning service we’ll honor the Class of 2022. Jonathan Colvin will present a message entitled “Just Remember”.
Baptism is not just a ritual. It’s the beginning of a new relationship with God. Join us as we look at the baptism of Jesus so we can encourage each other to “Remember Your Baptism.”
Scripture Reading: Isaiah 43:1-7, Luke 3:15-22
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