The Best Gift (Luke 2:14)

What is the best gift you have ever received? No doubt, there is a connection between the gift and the person who gave it that makes it such a treasured item. Today’s message looks at why Jesus is the best gift ever, and finds proof of this in the angel’s song found in Luke 2:14.

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The Thrill of Hope (Luke 1:67 – 79)

Christmas is a time for celebrating the hope of possibilities. As the promised son to Zechariah and Elizabeth is born and named, a song filled with celebratory hope is sung. Listen as these two short sentences are examined and explained. Ask yourself if you can sing this hopeful theme yourself.

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Rejoice! Psalm 148

Don’t hurry away from Christmas! The shepherds on the night of Messiah’s birth, returned with rejoicing and great wonder thinking about all the things they had seen and heard that evening. If we hurry away from the celebration we risk losing the wonder of all that has happened. This morning we look at Psalm 148 […]

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Love (Advent) Psalm 147

As we prepare to celebrate the birth of the Messiah, we find the expression of love more than can be understood. Psalm 147 helps us focus our praise to God for His love that is personal, powerful, and protective. Editor’s Note: the poem read is Labor of Love┬áby Andrew Peterson.

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Joy! Psalm 146

We enter a section of psalms called “Hallelujah Psalms” due to their beginning and ending with that blessed word. The psalmists celebrate the joy that is possible because of God’s presence. As we continue to observe the season of Advent (the time leading up to Christmas) we find there is still reason to celebrate with […]

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Peace (Psalm 145)

With all the hustle and bustle, pushing and shoving (and that is just finding a parking space at the mall) this hardly seems to be a “season of peace” and yet we are reminded that the coming of the Messiah ushers in a measure of peace, for He truly is the Prince of Peace. David […]

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Thank You! (Psalm 136)

As our church celebrates its 63rd anniversary, we have much for which we can be thankful. Echoing the sentiment of the psalmist in Psalm 136, we are thankful for God creating a place, filling it with people, and giving us tremendous possibilities.

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The celebration of Jesus’ resurrection causes one to think of the power and authority held to allow life to be restored. In such a context, the word “impossible” seems out of place; yet Scripture tells us of the impossibility of the events surrounding Jesus’ resurrection – “it was not possible that death should hold Him.” […]

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Celebrate! Luke 22:14 – 23

As Jesus prepared to celebrate the Passover with His disciples, He transformed the familiar ritual into something that hardly any were expecting. Join the celebration as Pastor Charlie Eldred shares the full picture of Jesus’ Passover celebration.

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Prepare! Luke 22:1 – 13

As we make ready to enter the season of Spring and celebrate Easter, we must remember that the holiday has roots in the Jewish celebration of Passover. We turn our attention to this festival and feast and examine the picture prophesies that are displayed for our learning.

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