Worthy

Worthy of Our Thoughtful Passion

Psalm 150 What if you said, “I love God. There’s a lot I admire about Him. He’s gracious and loving and creative and kingly. Yep. I love God.” But what if you never told Him? What if you never told Him how much you admire and appreciate Him by engaging in thoughtfully passionate worship? Or […]

Passion, Praise, & Prayer

Psalm 122 If someone asked you to describe with just one word your feelings about the church, what word would you pick? How about “passionate”? This word passionate might fit some quite well. For others, though, you think not so much. The word “passionate” doesn’t quite fit your attitude toward the church. Maybe you’ve been […]

While We’re Waiting

Psalm 130 That maxim “Patience is a virtue” is better known than practiced. We don’t like to wait… for anything. From microwaves to Google, we want our food fast and our answers quick. God, though, doesn’t always work on our time table. Join Pastor Kyle Brenneman as we look at Psalm 130, which talks about […]

The Greater David

Psalm 110 King David was one of the greatest kings who ever ruled over God’s people (perhaps the greatest). He had no equal in his day, let alone a superior. Yet in Psalm 110, he wrote about someone he called “my Lord”—a fellow human being, a descendant of his, who would far surpass him in […]

A Life of Confession & Repentance

Psalm 51 When theologian Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses on the door of the Castle Church of Wittenberg in Germany, his very first statement read as follows, “When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said ‘Repent,’ He called for the entire life of believers to be one of penitence.” What does a life of […]