We celebrate our return to indoor worship by looking back at what God has done, looking around at what God is doing, and looking ahead to what God has promised. No matter where we look, we discover that faith allows God to do what only He can do!
Paul finishes his letter to the church by reminding them of the ability they have to continue by looking forward with confidence, with hope. This hope gives them a strong future to anticipate. Paul’s message is clear: spiritual stamina rest in hope!
Mark 13 records Jesus’ last formal public teaching. When questioned about what the future will hold, Jesus stresses the importance of watching how you look at life, and how you live your life. Pastor explains how these truths are still important today as we face uncertainty and questions about the future.
Memory is a wonderful thing. It can be jogged and triggered and even shared. But even when we share an experience we may not have the same memory of it. The psalmist tells us there are several important items to remember when we think about our experiences. Discover those items with us this morning!
The message given to Daniel was one of exacting detail. God wanted to encourage Daniel that in spite of all that would occur, there was a plan to bring Israel and her people safely into the place where God’s presence and blessings would be personally felt and experienced. In the midst of struggle and trouble, […]
How should we relate to history: ignore it and be forced to relearn its lessons, OR look at it so intently that we forget to live in the present? There is a balance that can be maintained! When we face difficulty, we often question whether there is a plan in place. Maybe life is just […]