What Do You See?

The Book of Revelation reminds us that we all may experience a Patmos season. 

Like John we may feel isolated in our time of crisis. 

As we continue our series, We Need A Revelation, we will ask the question:  What Do You See? 

Specifically, Who do you see in the midst of your trial? 

John reminds us we can trust the One who has conquered the grave.


We Need A Revelation

The church of the first century was in a crisis.  Unbelieving Jews and an empire thirsty for power and pleasure were applying pressure. 

The church needed a revelation, and John gave it to them. 

This Sunday we begin a series, We Need A Revelation as we examine God’s final word of inspiration. 

Our first installment is Where To Start. 


Life Is Short

Like a storm surge that devastates lives, we have this sexual storm causing damage in the land. 

Ashley Madison with its 32,000,000 clients tout the words, Life is Short, Have An Affair. 

This Sunday we will address this philosophy and survey the storm damage and listen to God’s wisdom about the believer’s response. 





Encounters With Jesus: Healing Of The Man With Dropsy


Seven times in the Gospels Jesus healed someone on the Sabbath Day. 

It was controversial because the religious leaders created laws about the Sabbath God never intended. 

This Sunday we will discuss the Healing Of The Man With Dropsy and how this healing pointed a finger of guilt right back at the religious leaders. 





Thank you for making Me a priority

Psalm 128 is one of the songs of ascents. 

It is one of the psalms pilgrims sang as they approached Jerusalem during one of the three required feasts. 

This psalm promises blessings to the people of God for their faithfulness. 

God is saying in this psalm:  Thank you for making me a priority. I will bless you! 

This Sunday we will unpack these blessings.




Encounters With Jesus: The Desperate Widow

How do we maintain our faith when there is little to encourage us? 

Jesus tells a story in Luke 18 about a widow had no options but to be persistent about her plight in court. 

None of us is weaker than this widow. 

None of us is facing the odds she did, and yet, her persistence produced a favorable result. 

Luke 18 is about the role of prayer and how it bolsters our belief that God will intervene on our behalf. 

Encounters With Jesus: The Older Brother

Why did Jesus tell the story of the Prodigal Son?

There are many lessons, but within the context of Luke 15, His audience was primarily the hard-nosed rabbis who had little regard for outsiders. 

This Sunday, Encounters With Jesus:  The Older Brother will focus on why he was so unwilling to celebrate the return of his rebellious brother. 



40 Years

This Sunday I will be reflecting what the past 40 years of ministry has revealed to me. 

What was the world like in 1975 and what have been the surprises over these four decades.










Jesus was claiming to be the Messiah and even more by claiming He was Yahweh in the flesh. 

In Matthew 16 Jesus gathered His disciples and wanted their assessment on His claims. 

Peter spoke up and made history with his confession of faith. 

Centuries have passed and we are pressed to make that same confession to a culture that disbelieves. 

Part of our profession is defending Jesus’ definition of Who He is.  We cannot afford to allow anyone to redefine who He is.  This Sunday, our next encounter is Peter, who led the way in defending His definition.    


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