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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.

Sunday January 21:  “Accountable” Hebrews 10:19-25

Sunday January 21: “Accountable” Hebrews 10:19-25

They say many things are contagious in a good way. Scripture reminds us that love is one of those. That the way we love, serve, and care for each other can be and should be contagious. That a church should be a community of people working hard to outdo one another in good towards one another.

Sunday December 31: “The Church In Acts” Acts 2:42-47

Sunday December 31: “The Church In Acts” Acts 2:42-47

Luke’s description of the Church in Acts is 2,000 years old. That said, the model for a Christian community Luke lays out in this short passage is just as relevant today as it was so long ago. If the Church wants to live out the call as a community of believers, then it ought to examine Luke’s words in Acts 2:42-47.

Sunday December 17:  What does it mean for the people of that day that Jesus Became Human?  Isaiah 9:2-7 & Isaiah 42:1-4

Sunday December 17: What does it mean for the people of that day that Jesus Became Human? Isaiah 9:2-7 & Isaiah 42:1-4

For many years the people of Israel prayed for a savior who would draw them back towards God, and restore their nation.  They studied prophecy about this coming savior so that they would be able to know when he comes, and celebrate his arrival.  And yet, Jesus comes into the world without notice, leads three years of ministry, mostly without notice from the very people studying so they would not miss him.

Sunday November 26:  1 John 5 “What You Were Made For”

Sunday November 26: 1 John 5 “What You Were Made For”

As John closes out his first letter, he wants to drive home just a few things. First, loving connection to Jesus Christ is the foundation that everything else rests on. Second, overflowing from that relationship, we are called to be a blessing to the world in a way that overcomes the challenges, struggles and burdens that life sends our way.