Decisive Disciplined Daniel, II

King Nebuchadnezzar had a troubling dream that set the stage for Daniel’s interpretation. 

Daniel’s approach reveals steps believers can take when in an impossible situation. 

This Sunday, Decisive Disciplined Daniel II,  Daniel will not only interpret a troubling dream but unfold a prophecy of how God’s Kingdom would come upon the scene. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Decisive Disciplined Daniel

We admire people with convictions. 

People with strong convictions leave a mark on society. 

But where do those convictions come from? 

For the next several weeks we will be studying the life of Daniel, a young teen in Babylon, who carried with him into captivity convictions that would elevate him in the most unlikely of places. 

The series is entitled Decisive Disciplined Daniel and our first installment will be this Sunday.

 

Great Is Your Faithfulness

2016 was a year of high drama in many arenas affecting lives for generations to come.

Images were introduced to us this past year that we did not see coming.

As we look forward to a New Year, what will burst onto the scene that will surprise us?

We cannot predict events, but we predict on the on-going faithfulness of our God.

This first Sunday of 2017 we will examine Lamentation 3 and recall Jeremiah’s words, "Great Is Your Faithfulness.” 








"O Holy Night"

One of the most beloved Christmas hymns of all time is O Holy Night. 

This Sunday we will tell the amazing story behind this hymn and how this hymn is connected to some very inspiring moments in history.

 

 

 

I'm Dreaming Of A "Right" Christmas

We emphasize getting Christmas right – white and bright – everything right. 

In reality, Christmas is a big hassle. 

In our struggle to get it right, we often get it wrong.

Maybe we should be more interested in having a Right Christmas rather than a White Christmas. 

This Sunday, three key words to help us get it right.

 

Responses To The Birth Of Jesus


The Christmas story recorded in the
 Gospels reveals the different responses to the coming of our Lord. 

The characters in the story disclose three different responses, and this Sunday we will discuss and explain why Jesus’ birth demands a response.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Christmas And Music

When the Holy Spirit unfolds the birth of our Savior, it was done so with music. 

Mary sang, Zachariah sang, the angels sang, and even the lowly shepherds broke out in praise at the spectacle. 

It is hard to imagine a Christmas season without music, so this Sunday, Christmas And Music, a look at how music invites us to think and feel lofty concepts. 

 

 


It Is More Blessed To Give Than To Receive

With the Christmas season upon us people are preparing their shopping lists for gift purchases. 

It’s an opportunity for us to think about our gifts to God. 

This Sunday, "It Is More Blessed To Give Than To Receive.”  

Paul voiced three requests to the Ephesian elders at Miletus. 

One of these requests was about the importance of giving. 


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