Faith in…

Pretty much everyone has faith of one kind or another. For example: everyone has faith that the sun will come up each day. I don’t know of anyone who cowers in an agony of fear or whether or not the sun will come up the next morning. They may be dreading the sun’s appearance, but they don’t live in dread that it will never come up at all. Sunday’s message by Steve Webb explores faith and the things that we have faith in. Click on the arrow to listen to the message.

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Just or Justified?

Happy Memorial Day! Thank you to all of our veterans and those currently serving in our military forces. We appreciate you and are grateful for your service.

What does it mean to be just? What does it mean to be justified? Can you be just but not justified? Can you be justified but not just? Steve Webb explored these questions using a military theme in honor of Memorial Day. Click on the arrow to listen to this message.

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Two Processions

There were two types of processions on Palm Sunday. There was Jesus’ procession into Jerusalem, and the procession of the pompous Roman legions that moved constantly throughout the city. In Sunday’s message Steve Webb talked about the two different kinds of processions and what that means to us in our lives. Click on the arrow to listen. Click on the Publications page to read this week’s bulletin

Structure and Strength

crumbling-brick-foundationOver the past 240 years of our existence as a nation we have experienced many things. In the past couple of decades we have had the most noticeable shift in the structural foundation of our nation that has caused a weakening of that foundation. Without a solid foundation everything built on it is at risk. Click on the arrow to listen to Steve Webb’s 4th of July weekend message on structure and strength.

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No Warrior Left Behind

U.S. Army soldiers carry Sgt. Matt Krumwiede, who was wounded by an improvised explosive device (IED), towards a Blackhawk Medevac helicopter in southern Afghanistan June 12, 2012. On June 12, 2012, Krumwiede was on patrol in Afghanistan when he stepped on an IED, which tore away both his legs, damaged his left arm, and ripped open his abdominal cavity. The 22-year-old has since undergone around 40 surgeries and is learning to walk with prosthetic legs. He is keen to re-join the infantry as soon as his injuries allow. U.S. troops have been in Afghanistan since 2001. Thousands of Afghan elders gathered in Kabul on November 21, 2013 at a Loya Jirga, or grand council, to debate a crucial security pact with the United States, a day after Kabul and Washington reached a draft agreement laying out the terms under which U.S. troops may stay beyond 2014. Picture taken June 12, 2012.   REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov  (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE 04 OF 33 FOR PACKAGE 'AFTER AFGHANISTAN - LEARNING TO WALK AGAIN'  TO FIND ALL IMAGES SEARCH 'MATT KRUMWIEDE' - RTX15N48

It’s so easy to forget about those in the Body of Christ who have been wounded in the war between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Darkness. Even worse is when we shoot our own wounded instead of drawing them back in and helping them heal. Sunday’s message by Steve Webb addresses this issue and encourages us to seek out those who are missing from among our ranks. Click on the arrow to listen to the sermon.


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Looking Past the Crib to the Miracle Inside

It’s easy to look at a person or a circumstance and see only the outside packaging thus missing the miracle within. HS-Fire_scriptureThe Holy Spirit is within us, in the midst of the circumstances of our lives, within those around us. Let’s not get so busy getting caught up with the wrapping that we miss the miracle of God within us. Click on the arrow to listen to Steve Webb’s message from Sunday. We’re still working on sound issues, so please turn the volume up so you don’t miss any of this week’s message.

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What Can I Do

What began as a word of encouragement turned into the message of the day. Click on the arrow below to listen to Sunday’s message by Steve Webb


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