Vision Sunday. Please join Pastor Dustin Rogers today as he teaches from 1 John 1:4.
It is true that each of us is to pursue holiness individually. We are to seek God’s will and gifts in our life, allowing that process to perfect us until Christ comes again. But we are also called to pursue holiness communally. That is the focus Hebrews 12:12-17 as it calls us to strive for holiness together.
As we begin our study of 1 John, Pastor Dustin unpacks the first 3 verses to lay the foundation for John’s credibility to share the story of the incredible person of Jesus. He was there, he heard, he saw and he touched the events first hand and uses this to hook us into what he is about to share.
In this second part of the 2020 Advent series, Pastor Dustin delves deeper into reasons we should not fear and how God comes toward us to calm our fear and instruct our faith to build us up.
Please join Pastor Dustin Rogers as we celebrate the Advent season. We are going to take a look at the narratives of His birth through a particular lens. We’re going to look at the story of Christ’s birth with an eye to see what it teaches us about fear. Today we’ll see how fear is really quite normal…it’s human. Moreover, we’ll see how the Christmas story reveals God’s heart for the fearful and what He’s done to give them faith.
Unity is hard and something we have to work for. It’s also worth every minute we strive toward it, a blessing bestowed on us from God when we follow his designed plan,
Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms as Pastor Mark Meals teaches from Psalm 32 “Blessed are the Forgiven”.
Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms with an eye toward thanksgiving in Psalm 100. One of the ways in which the Psalms help us is to remind us of how much we have to praise God for…no matter our current station. Whether we are on top of the mountain or in the darkest valley, we have reason to look up and, with Godward emotion, praise His name! The Psalm of Thanksgiving – Psalm 100 – will remind us of our reasons for praise and call us to worship.
The exile of King David from Jerusalem is perhaps the lowest point of his life. David’s enigmatic life led him to be called “the man after God’s own heart”, yet he had deeply destructive patterns of sin. As a result, he knew what is was to face the consequences of his own sin.
Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms with an eye toward thanksgiving. One of the ways in which the Psalms help us is to remind us of how much we have to praise God for…no matter our current station. Whether we are on top of the mountain or in the darkest valley, we have reason to look up and, with Godward emotion, praise His name! Psalm 98 is one of the more jubilant songs in the Psalter. Please join us in studying it!