This Sunday, February 2 we will look at Matthew 8:1-17 which demonstrates Jesus authoritative power over the physical, spiritual and natural worlds as he heals sickness, casts out demons, and calms raging seas. Here are resources to help you prepare...Keep Reading
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This Sunday, July 21, we will study Psalm 148 looking at the all creatures of our God and king......
This Sunday, June 30, we will study Psalm 121 looking at a Psalm of Ascent......
This Sunday, January 26 we will look at Romans 15:14-21 where Paul shares his driving ambition: to preach the gospel to those who have never been told of Christ or heard of him. Paul's gospel-driven passion was for the unreached. Here are resources to help you prepare...Keep Reading
Beginning February 2 we will pick up in the gospel of Matthew from where we finished last summer. Previous chapters summarized the teaching of Jesus in what is known as the Sermon on the Mount, but these next chapters (8-12) record the miracles and ministry of Jesus. ...Keep Reading
This Sunday, January 19 we will look at Romans 15:8-13 which explains that Christ came to create a new people of God who will praise him forever for his mercy, showing that the worship of God is his ultimate aim in history. Here are resources to help you prepare ...Keep Reading
Wednesday night tutoring sessions are a great place to plug in and serve others. Sarah Williams has been helping for the past several months, and shares her excitement. ...Keep Reading
This Sunday, January 12 we will look at Romans 15:1-7 which gives a vision of a rich community of love, motivated by a desire to reflect the love of God in Jesus Christ. We live in harmony with one another, especially serving the weak, in order to give glory to God. Here are resources to help you prepare ...Keep Reading
Josh Herring, who directs our children's ministry, reviews this helpful book written by Robbie Castleman. The book is not new (written in 1993), but the counsel for parents and for the church is as needed today as it was 20 years ago....Keep Reading