Home. The mention of the word brings memories, ideas, smells, and emotions to mind. God created home as the first society, and society at large reflects what takes place at home. Today we focus on the fruit of a successful home; what defines success for a God-honoring home? Pastor discusses Psalm 127 to highlight the […]
As we begin our area-wide “shelter-in-place” directive, services look differently. Pastor shares thoughts from Psalm 61 about how hope guides us in times of trouble and turmoil. Listen to discover how we have hope.
Today, we are privileged to hear from a member of Crossroads Baptist Church in Tracy, California. Donald “Richie” Shade, Jr. is no stranger to us. Listen as he unfolds the blessings of God’s Word to us and reminds us of how great God is to bless us.
Jesus quotes this psalm while hanging on the cross. To what truths was He directing our attention? How can we be encouraged by looking at His suffering? The lesson Jesus wants us to learn is to trust God no matter what.
Reaching the finish line is a wonderful accomplishment. Although we have reached the end of the book of Psalms, the race is far from over. Listen as the psalmist encourages us – almost panting like a runner at the end of the race – to keep going and praise the Lord at all times.
We are fascinated by items that carry the label “new” and will sacrifice much to have the latest and greatest. Because of what God has done for us, we can sing a new song. Listen as Psalm 149 is unfolded and explained, then join in singing a new song of joy, justice, and praise!
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 […]
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 by Andrew Peterson.