Experiencing the Holiness of God | Isaiah 6
In Isaiah 6, God’s prophet Isaiah sees an astonishing vision of heaven and God’s magnificence. When Isaiah encounters the Lord, he cannot help but see his own sin and weakness – his faults fully exposed. It is no different for us today.
In God’s presence, there is no room for comparison or way to hide… but even where sin is great, grace is greater still!
Pastor James has a special message leading into and out of this weekend teaching – join us as we encounter God in His Word and turn to Him in repentance and faith.
Everyday Joy Through Contentment | Philippians 4
The Apostle Paul was a follower of Jesus who suffered through imprisonment, hunger and persecution. Amazingly, despite those trials he declared, “I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.”
When we rejoice in what God has provided, we will not become overwhelmed by what we don’t have.
This Thanksgiving weekend, let’s be thankful for God’s goodness and content in what He has provided. Join us in Philippians 4 as learn “Everyday Joy Through Contentment”!
Freedom From Religion | Finally Free | Luke 11
What is the one thing Jesus Christ got into a fight with, consistently?
No fists were thrown – but whips were cracked and tables were flipped over. Jesus’ indignation was altogether righteous.
The problem with “religion” is it captures many good people into external focuses, forms without function, destructive pride, and manmade rules.
Religion is far from the gospel and a personal, sincere relationship with the Savior.
Prepare your heart for “Freedom From Religion” as we dig into Luke 11.
Great Buts of The Bible (Part 1) – But God Meant It For Good
The phrase “great but!” (not great “butt”) is about the most powerful conjunction in the English language – a truth hinge that opens the door to so much.
For many years as I preached, I would pause to quip, “Sometime I have to do a series on ‘Great Buts in the Bible.’” The reality is this: No matter how bad it looks for you or those you love right now, when God steps in everything changes.
Join us for this first week in our new series, “Great ‘Buts’ in the Bible”!