Paul tells us that despite being the epitome of an honorable person, a good Jew, he “counts it all as loss” because of Christ. What does it mean to count it all as loss? We find that only in giving up our accomplishments do they have any value at all.
Paul brings our focus to “pleasing God.” Sin is still an issue for Christians, but God always gives us a path out of it.
“If you confess with your lips that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” We hear and dwell upon this good news
Jumping to 1 Corinthians 15, Paul brings our focus to the bodily death and resurrection of Jesus.
Samantha Elliott visits us from a sister church to reflect on the forgiveness and redemption of David after David’s terrible sin with Bathsheba and Uriah.
We follow the Ark of the Covenant on its journey into Jerusalem and find that the God who dwells in the Ark is not a passive box being carried, but running the show. We are called to be humbled before God, to find our way into the will of God and not expect God to…
We have flying serpents, hot coals, fear, and redemption in this call story of Isaiah. We break it down in this sermon and see how we might respond.
Kurt shares his powerful testimony of finding God through God’s calling and the work of God in our church.
In Psalm 51 we find a beautiful, confessional prayer that finds us in our need for mercy and cries out to God along with us.