In Psalm 23, David wrote that God has “prepared a table before me in the presence of my enemies.” It’s important to note that this table is set for two. Our enemy, the devil, is not intended to join us there. Yet, he seizes every opportunity to lie his way into our minds and claim control over our lives. He can cause our minds to spin out of control with thoughts that are unproductive, destructive, and harmful. It is our responsibility to manage whose voices are at that table! Our Good Shepherd invites us to linger at this table and find nourishment, rest, and deep intimacy with the King of the Universe. It’s time to win the battle for your mind.
In our annual Sermon Series, we ask our congregation to send in questions that our Pastor will answer each week.
But if you refuse to serve the LORD, then choose today whom you will serve. Would you prefer the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates? Or will it be the gods of the Amorites in whose land you now live? But as for me and my family, we will serve the LORD .” - Joshua 24:15 (NLT)
During this series, we will be looking at the stories that happened during the 40 days that Jesus had on earth after the resurrection.
Part 2 of The Plan is titled Preaching the Gospel, essentially personal evangelism. Jesus instructed us in Mark 16:15 to preach the gospel. We will discuss why we should share the good news during this series and how to do so effectively.
God established His plan before the creation of the world. We will get a close-up look at His blueprint for the Church and better understand our role as believers in Jesus Christ during this sermon series.
Light in Darkness is a sermon series leading up to Christmas that focuses on the light of Jesus shining in a dark world. As followers, we will learn to reflect His light and bring hope to the world.
It’s clear from Scripture that God desires unity for His Church. Unity is what Jesus prays for, what He commands, and what He says will be the chief argument for unbelieving people coming to know God.
But if unity is that important to the heart of God, and that critical to the mission of the church, then why isn’t it something the Church fiercely fights for and passionately pursues?