Posts by Jenna DuBose (Page 3)

Sunday Review, 12.10.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc started us off with a short Advent preaching series from some select passages in Isaiah- the first coming from Isaiah 7:1-17. Jesus came as the Promised One who is our hope and help in anything that tempts us […]

Food for Thought, 12.05.17

Check out these articles below from around the web! What If God Takes It All Away: “Your intense season of need may be the greatest gift of grace that God has given you for his eternal purposes.” How to Become a Christian: A Letter to Teenagers in Good Churches: “Deciding to get on board with Jesus […]

Sunday Review, 12.03.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Larry preached from John 4:43-54, and looked at a tiny flicker of faith that led a desperate dad to reach out to Jesus and find his faith in Him only grow in meeting Him. You can listen to it, […]

Sunday Review, 11.26.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Nate preached from John 4:1-45, and looked at Jesus’ conversation, knowledge of, and love for an outcast with a shameful past. Jesus held out immense hope and salvation to the least of these including you and me. You can […]

Food for Thought, 11.21.17

An article and two encouraging videos- a must watch! 3 Parenting Myths Every Parent is Tempted to Believe: “As Christian parents raise their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord, we can be tempted to believe some dangerous myths about what we are doing and how we are to go about it.” A ministry […]

Sunday Review, 11.19.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc preached from John 3:22-36, and looked at John’s response to his own decline in popularity and influence and how that should speak volumes to us as we consider the ways in which we must experience loss so that […]

Food for Thought, 11.14.17

We Never Serve Alone: “Moms serving families, bible study teachers preparing their lesson, counselors reviewing notes, adult sons and daughters caring for elderly parents, friends sitting with a hurting person, employees preparing for a tough meeting with antagonistic bosses. So many scenarios for loving service that have at least one significant thing in common: JESUS in […]