Luke 10:25-37 How we can be better “neighbors” to those in this community, those who really needs some neighborly love? And how does thinking about everyone – no matter who they are/where they are in life – as either your brother/sister or someone who needs Jesus change the way you think about them? Pastor Kyle Brenneman […]
Luke 20 In 2014, Brittany Maynard, an American woman with terminal brain cancer, decided that she would end her life, advocating for the legalization of assisted suicide. Her story made headlines around the world. On her final FaceBook post she wrote: “Goodbye to all my dear friends and family that I love. Today is the […]
Genesis 1-3 In Genesis 1:26, we read: “Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.’” As image bearers of the Trinity, we see that relationships are an essential part of human existence (see Genesis 2:18). Join Pastor Marc Goodwin as we look at how the members of the Trinity relate to […]
Genesis 1 As we think about the changing of the calendar to 2015 and the passing of another year, we have the opportunity to pause and ask big questions about life. It’s not just philosophers who ask questions like “Who am I?” and “Why do I exist?” and “Does my life have any lasting meaning?” […]
Psalm 113 Join Pastor Rod Valentine as he concludes our Christmas Advent series called The Paradoxes of Christmas. We will look at Psalm 113 together and consider the paradox that God is both transcendent (beyond our limits) and immanent (near us and possible to experience).
Hebrews 10:1-18 Many of us are rather obsessed with cleanliness. Think of all the things we, as a culture, are accustomed to cleaning: our bodies, our hair, our teeth, our hands, our clothes, our dishes, our floors, our carpets, our counters, our vehicles, our sidewalks, our tables, our desks…The list could go on and on. […]
Matthew 2:1-18 They all heard the same prophecy. But their reactions were world’s apart. The magi had asked a question that apparently no one was anticipating: “Where is he who has been born king of the Jews? For we saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.” These foreigners, asking that […]
Luke 2:21-35 Many of us have full December calendars. There are special kids’ programs, Christmas parties at work, holiday family gatherings, the Christmas Eve service . . . Whew! Lots of holiday interactions with co-workers, friends, and family members. For others of us, our holiday calendar is a bit less full, but we’ll probably all have […]
Matthew 1:1-17 When asked how he reconciles God’s sovereignty and humans’ responsibility, Spurgeon said, “I do not try to reconcile friends.” Join Pastor Marc Goodwin as he leads us through Matthew 1:1-17, the genealogy of Jesus Christ, helping us to get a better picture of these two seemingly opposite realities.
2 Corinthians 8:9 Everyone loves a good rags-to-riches story. It’s inspiring to hear of people who were born with nothing but worked hard to improve their lot in life. In elementary school, many kids learn about Abraham Lincoln, who was born to a poor family in Kentucky but ended up living in the White House as the 16th President […]