Today we will examine the events following Jesus’ birth. We will meet Simeon again, as well as Anna, and will see Herod continue to protect his throne. We also hear more about John the Baptist, and his calling to prepare the way for the Messiah.
We will discover that you cannot fit God in a box. He functions in ways that seem odd to our cultural views of how society should function. He uses anyone, who seeks him with all of heart, soul, mind and strength.
Today we will hear Mary’s story. Elizabeth and Zechariah’s story, as well as Jacob’s story. We will discover that God desires to use ordinary everyday people like you and I.
Today is the first Sunday of Advent, the season in which we observe (and celebrate) the birth of Christ. We begin a new series called “Once Upon a Time in Bethlehem.” Over the next four Sundays we will follow the events of the Christmas story.
Join us as we unpack Jesus’ teaching found in Luke 17:1-6. He is teaching us how to ignite the spark of growth in others, through not only our words, but also through our actions, and it's not nearly as difficult as you might suppose.
Part four of our series It Only Takes A Spark. We are looking at the Spark of Generosity and our main passage of Scripture is Luke 6:38. Join us as we talk about generosity and the law of the harvest.
Our text for today is Matthew 7:12. Many people know it as The Golden Rule. The focus today is not so much about what this verse means, it's more about how we can apply this principle to our daily lives.
Igniting the spark of understanding is very important in today’s world. We live in a confused world, a world where there is so much judgment, much of which is unjust. Come with us as we explore why we have no right to pass judgement on others.
Today we are beginning a new series entitled "It Only Takes A Spark” Over the next 5 weeks we'll talk about five ways we can create the kind of spark that will warm the hearts, so to speak, of those around us.
This is the final Message in our series “The Business of Living.” This series has been about stewardship in all areas of our lives. This last message is the most important one as we look at the fundamentals of our relationship with God.