Sunday, October 30: We Respond, and it changes us: Deuteronomy 6
By Pastor Bill Flavin Scripture

This week we will continue the message series called “What is the Gospel?” Deuteronomy 6 paints a picture of our faith leaking into all of our lives, and changing the very way that we see and respond to all that life sends our way.

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Growing up I had a narrow picture of fasting: don’t eat food for some period, which as a student sounded challenging. In Matthew 6 and all over scripture we get a rich picture of fasting as an opportunity to grow closer to God, to challenge the status quo in our lives, and dig deeper into prayer.

Sunday March 3:  “Rooted:  Prayer” Matthew 6:5-15

Sunday March 3: “Rooted: Prayer” Matthew 6:5-15

It feels like prayer and reading the bible are two of the most common things that we are told are important as Christians. Jesus lays out in Matthew 6 a picture of the heart and posture for prayer that we can model in our own lives.

Sunday February 25:  I Love My Church “Rooted In Christ – God’s Word” Psalm 1

Sunday February 25: I Love My Church “Rooted In Christ – God’s Word” Psalm 1

Churches often talk about the importance of reading the bible, which is good, and needed. In Psalm 1 though we hear about loving and meditating on God’s Word. That God’s Word would be interwoven throughout our lives, that what the bible says would leak into every aspect of our lives. That God’s Word would give us a foundation to lean on in all seasons of life and in all circumstances.