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Please see the video below where our Youth Minister, Chad, brings a message that concludes our series through the book of Hebrews. In addition, we are excited and grateful that so many of you are rising to the occasion and finding ways to stay in touch with your church family. We absolutely love that you have sent cards, participated in drive-by birthday parties, dropped off gifts on people’s porches, and made video calls on various platforms, among other things. We encourage you to keep up the great work and continue reaching out to each other. We will get through this together, even though it looks different right now! As a reminder, we’ll continue to make decisions on a weekly basis, which we’ll communicate through our email list, our Facebook page, and our website.
 
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Apr 5, 2020
God’s Way is the Better Way
Our youth minister, Chad, concludes our Hebrews series by highlighting the many ways in which God encourages us and builds us up even during difficult times like we are facing now. Even though it looks different for the time being, we can still love each other, take care of one another, and allow our faith to triumph over fear.
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  • Apr 5, 2020God’s Way is the Better Way
    Apr 5, 2020
    God’s Way is the Better Way
    Our youth minister, Chad, concludes our Hebrews series by highlighting the many ways in which God encourages us and builds us up even during difficult times like we are facing now. Even though it looks different for the time being, we can still love each other, take care of one another, and allow our faith to triumph over fear.
  • Mar 29, 2020Run the Race and Never Give Up
    Mar 29, 2020
    Run the Race and Never Give Up
    Continuing in our series through Hebrews, Troy covers chapter 12 and encourages us to run the race of life with perseverance, knowing that our trials and struggles will be worth it. When we focus on Jesus and our goal of eternal life in heaven, we will never give up, no matter how much our feelings might tell us to quit. God did not create us and send us here to start the race, He sent us here to finish the race and live forever with Him.
  • Mar 18, 2020Learning From the Hall of Faith
    Mar 18, 2020
    Learning From the Hall of Faith
    As part of our message series through the book of Hebrews, Bud shares some lessons we can learn from chapter 11, which is often called the "Hall of Faith." Even as we live our lives in this world today, we can put into practice the type of faith that has led so many people to trust God and follow Him. We can do this because "faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."
  • Mar 14, 2020A Clear Conscience: You Can’t Have It Both Ways
    Mar 14, 2020
    A Clear Conscience: You Can’t Have It Both Ways
    Continuing in our series through Hebrews, Troy discusses chapter 10 and reminds us that we can draw near to God and hold on to the hope we have in Jesus, or we can say, "No, thanks. I'm going to do things my way, even though I know what's right." Can we, as followers of Jesus, grow to be more like Him, to let go of our own will, and to yield to God's will?
  • Mar 8, 2020Once for All: The Death That Leads to Life
    Mar 8, 2020
    Once for All: The Death That Leads to Life
    Continuing in our Hebrews series, Dean covers chapter 9, explaining why the blood of Jesus cleanses our consciences. He tells us why the one-time, once-for-all sacrifice of Jesus frees us from the guilt of sin. The sacrifice of Jesus was superior to the sacrifices of the old covenant. Under the new covenant, things are not just better; we now have a new and perfect way.
  • Mar 1, 2020The Only 100% Guarantee
    Mar 1, 2020
    The Only 100% Guarantee
    Troy continues in our Hebrews series by sharing God’s promise to everyone who belongs to Him: “I will be their God, and they will be my people.” The real change of heart and mind created by the ministry of the Spirit in the new covenant makes possible the restoration of our relationship and fellowship with God. This restoration is what God has always wanted, with Israel and with Christ followers today. Rules and regulations cannot bring about genuine transformation in our lives, because obedience does not produce heart change and love; rather, love produces heart change and obedience.
  • Feb 23, 2020If You Leave, No One Can Bring You Back
    Feb 23, 2020
    If You Leave, No One Can Bring You Back
    Continuing in our Hebrews series, Troy covers chapter 6 with the author’s warning that if we actively and adamantly oppose Jesus, no one can bring us to a point of turning around and deciding to follow Him again. No one, that is, except for ourselves. Even if we reach that point of leaving the faith and not wanting to return, we are not without hope. Even though no one can force us to come back, we do still have a choice, and we are never beyond the reach of God’s forgiveness and salvation.
  • Feb 16, 2020Why Do Great Marriages Fail?
    Feb 16, 2020
    Why Do Great Marriages Fail?
    Series: Standalone
    Anyone can build a great marriage. It might be difficult and challenging, and a given person may not want to build a great marriage, but anyone can. However, with the right behaviors, it’s also true that anyone can destroy a great marriage. Marriages fail when one or both of the spouses treat each other unkindly. It really boils down to the following commitment: “Will you not address your spouse in a manner that’s unbecoming, in a way that’s unkind, in a way that indulges the flesh?"
  • Feb 9, 2020Don’t Be a Baby! (Onward to Maturity)
    Feb 9, 2020
    Don’t Be a Baby! (Onward to Maturity)
    Continuing in our series through the book of Hebrews, Bud covers chapter 5 and draws a comparison between biological and spiritual maturity. When children are treated like children, it makes perfect sense, but when grown-ups still need to be dealt with as though they were children, there's something very wrong. In the same way, all of us who follow Jesus need to grow spiritually to the point that others need not treat us as infants in the faith.
  • Feb 2, 2020Finding Rest in the One Who Understands
    Feb 2, 2020
    Finding Rest in the One Who Understands
    Continuing in our Hebrews series, Troy covers chapter 4 and points out that Jesus knows exactly what it’s like to walk in our shoes, because He walked in them, too. He knows our pain and suffering and weaknesses; He knows what it’s like to face all kinds of temptation. And He has a genuine compassion for us, not as someone who knows about suffering from the outside, but as one who entered into our suffering and made it His own. Troy also reminds us that prayer is powerful, and because of what Jesus has done for us, we can approach God with confidence, anytime and anyplace, and know that God will help us, and the other people for whom we pray.
 
 

 

 

 
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