Entries Tagged 'Discipleship'

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Recipe for Disaster (April 11, 2022)

As we wrap up our series tonight, we look at two faithful colleagues of Paul and how their lives point us to what God calls us to show in our own as part of the Church.

Not Former Students, But New Colleagues (April 4, 2022)

How do we empower more and more people to serve in the church? How do we do God’s work with trust? Pastor Tim looks at that in tonight’s journey in Philippians.

Living Out The Great Commission (March 13, 2022)

We are all called to pour into others, even when we don’t have all the answers, but as you are becoming like Jesus, naturally, you will help others encounter Him.

Advent Wreath Lighting (Week 4)

Jeff and Kathy Landis light the fourth candle as we continue through a special #52Verses52Books52Weeks journey through Advent. How does our excitement about the coming of the Savior impact others?

A Little Neglect Goes A Long Way (November 17, 2021)

What have we neglected in our lives?

I See a Church that Becomes Like Jesus (September 19, 2021)

During this week’s message, we are diving into how we can become like Jesus. How do we do that? By spending time with Him. We go deeper on ways we can spend time with Jesus communally and contemplatively and what it means to make room for Jesus in the center of it all.

Pausing in the Woods

Jim Krenning encourages us in the study of God’s Word and unity in His Church.

I See a Church That Encounters Jesus (September 12, 2021)

God’s vision church didn’t start with the church building, or even with Christian environments: it started with the world! In John 3:16 we learn that “For God so loved the WORLD…”. Many times we view the world as broken, but, in reality, they are lost and wounded.

Spiritual Therapy (September 6, 2021)

As Pastor Steve continues to recover from a stroke, he talks about how all of us “spiritual therapy” to retrain our brains to focus on the power we have in Christ.

Love on the Vine (August 22, 2021)

We are called to be people who show love God and love of people. That is what we should strive to be known for, not all the other things we often grasp onto.

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