Hope is a good deal more than wishful thinking or keeping a positive attitude. Hope is a confident, joyful expectation of good. Sunday’s message talks about what hope is and is not and the importance of hope in our Christian walk. Click on the arrow to listen to the message.
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Psalms 91 has been dubbed by some “God’s Insurance Policy”. Sunday’s message took an indepth look at this comforting psalm using a sort of adapted Lectio Devina method of studying scriptures. Click here to listen to the message. There are some places where there is no talking; it’s not a problem with the recording just so you know. You can join with the congregation in listening to what God may have to say to you through the psalm.
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Some pictures from Sunday’s Coffeehouse Ice Cream Social
Alot of different people wait for alot of different things. The question for you today is what are you waiting for? Advent is a season that has come to be associated with Christmas and the celebration of the birth of Christ. But as Christ Followers isn’t there something more? Is Jesus’ first coming to earth all there is for us? Not by a long shot. Click on the arrow and listen to Sunday’s message about what we are all waiting for and how we can wait effectively for this events to end all events.
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Sunday’s service was a bit different than usual.Worship was interspersed with the Sunday message, two testimonies and two water baptisms plus a mini sermon by one of the kids from the Kids’ Ministry, so we kept everything on the recording this week except the baptisms; pictures of the baptisms are below as well. Click on the arrow to listen!
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Thomas Jefferson (or Ben Franklin maybe) once said “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today”. In other words, don’t wait until you get around to it, just do it. While it is an important philosophy of life to live by concerning of things in this mortal world in which we live, it is even more vital when considering spiritual matters. The writer of Hebrews reminds us that we are to encourage one another while it is still today and there is still time to do the things we need to do to prepare ourselves for our eternal home. Click on the arrow below to listen to Sunday’s message.