The Unjust Steward

This Sunday a very unusual story given by Jesus.  Luke 16 records the parable of The Unjust Steward

At first pass it appears that our Lord is commending the acts of a wicked man. 

On closer examination, Jesus uses the unrighteous steward to teach those in His Kingdom some valuable lessons.












If The End Is Near… II

This Sunday we continue, If The End Is Near as we examine the words of I Peter 4:7-11. 

What should be our response if we believe we are approaching the end? 

How do we prepare ourselves, and what does it look like? 

The end game requires some thought and action. 

Peter reminds us that we must take our eyes off the drama in the world and focus on His return.

If The End Is Near…

On the 11th month, 11th day, and the 11th hour in 1918, WWI was to officially end. 

The deal was signed six hours earlier, but was take effort late morning, and yet, some of the fiercest fighting of war was waged in those last hours. 

Why?  Soldiers were not ready for the end, and for peace. 

We know the end of all things will come, and some believe there are signs today, so are we ready for then end and peace? 

This Sunday, If The End Is Near…

What Aquila and Priscilla Teach Us

This Sunday, What Aquila and Priscilla Teach Us

How do we handle circumstances for which we did not plan? 

We plot our paths, but there are many surprises along the way.  Some of them are quite painful. 

Acts 18 reveals a story about a couple who were dealt a bad hand, but handled it with Christian grace. 


What About The Rats?

The Black Plague invaded the city of London in 1665. 

In just one year over 100,000 citizens died. 

It would take the city over 150 years to recover.

Years later a puritan writer, Ralph Venning wrote a book about the plague and it mirrors the virus of sin. 

This Sunday, What About The Rats?  We will address the virus of sin through the lens of Philippians 2:12-13. 


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