Sermons on Matthew
What better way to anticipate celebrating His birth by recognizing our purpose to worship Him?
When Jesus was born, He gave us the chance to be known, accepted, and forgiven. When we are made into a New Creation and experience His love, we realize that not only was Jesus born to be worshiped, but we were born to worship Him!
Once a year we partner with Convoy of Hope to help feed over 300,000 children locally and around the world. One hundred percent of today’s offering is used to help feed those in need. https://www.convoyofhope.org/
One of our elders shared with us this morning about what God has been teaching him regarding how to deal with anxiety, fear, and pain. Go back to the beginning!
This week we will look at the life of Noah and lessons that we can learn from Noah’s life.
We are starting a new teaching series looking at the lives of various people of the Bible; the good, the bad, & the ugly! We kick off this series looking at “the good.” Actually, it’s the best, the only one who is truly good.
As we continue through our series about what the church is, week 3 will be looking at the purpose of the church. What was the intent? Why does the church exist?
We all have misconceptions about “church” that hopefully we can clear up and learn together about what it means to be part of the community of God.
Rebecca, with guest appearance from her husband Nate, is sharing some principles about parenting that ALL of us can apply to our lives. No matter what phase of life you find yourself in, these principles apply to friendship, discipleship, and parenting.
This Easter Sunday is truly different than any we have experienced before! Pastor Gary Bye looks at how the 3 Days that changed the world that first Easter echo in our lives today; particularly during this season of uncertainty.