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March 2020

My Yoke Is Easy

Matthew 11:28-30

An Offer You Can’t Refuse

Scripture References:
Deuteronomy 11:18-28
Luke 16:1-13

You Can’t Take it with You

“The greatest single threat to our relationship with God can be our attitude or behavior regarding money, possessions, creature comforts, or self indulgence. But on the other hand, money can be one of the greatest assets to our relationship with God if we use it to bless others, or to extend the kingdom of Christ.” Dr. Howe looks as how we can navigate this fine line in our own lives, in light of Jesus’ parable of the foolish farmer in Luke.
Scripture References:
1 Kings 17: 8-16
Luke 12:13-21

Be Ready Always

Jesus often spoke in parables, and we can learn a lot about how to live a life of faith from examining them. In the first week of our new Sunday morning series, Dr. Howe looks at the parable of the bridesmaids, and how we can follow their example in a world that wants to distance us from the truth of the gospel.
Scripture References:
2 Peter 3:3-10
Matthew 25:1-13

A Marvelous Mystery

On average, it takes someone hearing the Gospel 7.6 times for them to make a response to it. Min. Higginbotham shows us how we can understand our role in leading others to Christ by looking at the parable of sower in Mark 4.
Scripture References:
Isaiah 55:6-11
Mark 4:26-29

February 2020

God Meant It For Good – Ash Wednesday 2020

We all can struggle at times when it seems like God isn’t there. Maybe you’ve been praying for something and it never comes, or something terrible happens to our loved ones without any explanation. As we enter the season of Lent, Dr. Howe encourages us to see that God is at work in our lives, for good, even in its darkest seasons.

Scripture Reference:
Matthew 5:13-16

One Day At A Time

“Worry and anxiety may be the greatest emotional and spiritual epidemics of today, despite the fact that 85% of the things we worry about never happen.” Pastor Medas looks at this startling statement in light of the Beatitudes, and shows us practical ways in which we can overcome our own doubts and anxieties.
Scripture References:
Psalms 37:1-7
Matthew 6:25-34

What Is Love?

Pastor Colson began his sermon by showing us a video of the kids from Kid’s Church answering his topic question, “What is love?”. You can see the video here: 
Scripture References:
1 Corinthians 13:1-13
John 3:11-21

Everything Hinges on This

Scripture References:
Proverbs 6:16-23
Luke 18:9-15

Wide Roads and a Narrow Door

Scripture References:
Proverbs 14:8-12
Luke 13:22-30

January 2020

You’re Wearing What?

Scripture References:
Revelation 19:4-8
Matthew 22:1-14

Equal Pay for Equal Work

Scripture References:
Proverbs 3:13-18
Matthew 20:1-16

One Lost Is Too Many

Scripture References:
Ezekiel 34:7-10
Luke 15:1-7

All Things New

Scripture References:
Revelation 21:1-7
Matthew 25:14-30

December 2019

Christmas All Year Long

Scripture References:
Revelation 21:1-7
John 1:1-14

The Grand Miracle

Scripture References:
Hebrews 1:1-4
Matthew 1:18-25

Be The Light

Scripture References:
Luke 2:1-20

Not A Silent Night

Scripture References:
Micah 5:2-4
Luke 2:1-16

…Then God Interrupted

Scripture References:
Luke 2:1-20

Prince of Peace

Scripture References:
Isaiah 9:2, 6-7
Mark 4:35-41