Do You Have A Plan?

In one week, two teams will be playing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy as the best in the NFL.   There will be hours of planning – watching film – breaking down the strengths and weaknesses of their opponent.  No team would ever think of just showing up and playing the game.  It would be disastrous.  And yet, we do exactly that in some areas of our lives.  This Sunday, Do You Have A Plan?  We will begin a series on the importance of planning in our lives. 

What It Means To Be A Christian

There is a certain pride when it comes to our family names.  We research the history associated with our names and wonder about people we have never met.  As Christians, we wear the name of Christian.  It is our family name.  It carries with it a certain pride and priorities.  This Sunday, we start a series, What It Means To Be A Christian.  The Name we wear declares things about our lives. 

Number 1 Resolution For 2018

Make any resolutions for 2018?  This Sunday, Number 1 Resolution For 2018.  It is not going to heaven.  There is something more fundamental than the desire to go to heaven.  We have Jesus’ own words on this, and it’s the focus on this message. 

The Gift Of Love

 For some, Christmas is about the gifts.  Christians mature a perspective that says love birthed Christmas.  This Sunday, The Gift Of Lovea message about God’s awesome gift to us – Jesus!  The Christmas Story tells us that “God is with us,” not “God was with us!”

 

Stress To The World

The month of December is filled with stress.  According to an article in Prevention Magazine, 90% of Americans see the Christmas holiday the most stressful time of the year.  This Sunday, Stress To The World, a look at God’s Word and our response to the Christmas narrative.

Leaving Base Camp

 Last time, Base Camp Security.  This Sunday, Leaving Base Camp, a message about what real friends do.  We will talk about the difference between being accessible and being available.  Our backdrop will be the story of the paralytic of Mark 2.

Base Camp Security

In 1996, Jon Krakauer joined a group who climbed Mount Everest.  What was supposed to be the thrill of a lifetime turned into a horrible disaster.  Krakauer tells how a tent-mate braved the storm in an attempt to rescue the lost.  This Sunday, Base Camp Security.

When We Walk In the Path Of Sorrow

 

Lamentations describes in excruciating detail the grief that resulted from the siege and eventual collapse of Jerusalem in 586 BC.  It is called Lamentations because it is the lament of a people who survived unspeakable loss.  For the next few weeks, we will use this Book as we examine When We Walk In The Path Of Sorrow.  How does God prepare us for days of pain, and what does He want us to do are items we will examine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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