iCare, II : Caring For One Another

In our second edition of iCare, we will examine the word connect. We want to be a God-honoring church, but we are busy, buried, and bound. Technology was supposed to make life easier, but it has also brought new challenges that affect us spiritually. Jesus used one practice that pictured the connectivity we all crave.

Is The Eclipse A Sign From God?

This Sunday, Is The Eclipse A Sign From God? With the eclipse around the corner there is clatter about this event signaling doomsday. We will look at what the Scriptures say about signs and whether or not there is any connection between prophecy and what happens on August 21st. 

I Care

The New Testament provides glimpses of how a Spirit-filled church cared for one another. This Sunday we will begin a series, I Care, a study series on caring for one another, caring for loved ones, and caring for self.

Where Wrath And Mercy Meet

David makes an ill-fated decision in I Chronicles 21 that cost the lives of 70,000 men. His pride has gotten the better of him. This Sunday, Where Wrath And Mercy Meet, a message that has direct implications on our relationship with God today

Rewards And Recognition

John the Baptist never did the spectaculat. He never did a miracle or healed anyone, and he wasn't exactly winsome. And yet, John's ministry reveqls three critical principles every believer must embrace in serving Jesus. This Sunday, Rewards And Recognition.

Benefits Package For The Believer

Psalm 103 is unique in that it is not petitioning God for anything – no request for deliverance – just pure worship!

This Sunday we will take a sneak peak into David’s study as he prays to God.

The message is entitled, Benefits Package For The Believer. 







What Did Jesus Drive Out?

What significance does the story of Jesus cleansing the temple have for us today?

This Sunday, What Did Jesus Drive Out?  

We will examine the background and most importantly the principles that touch our lives today.






Profiles Of Faith: Jan Hus

This Sunday, Profiles Of Faith:  Jan Hus.  

This Reformation giant only lived 46 years, but had a profound impact on the Protestant Reformation. 

His emphasis was on loving the truth over institutional traditions. 

His courage inspired Luther, Tyndale, and the entire movement.  






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