Sun, Dec 13, 2020
Join us as we consider salt and the imaging Jesus used while talking with the crowds at the Sermon on the Mount. What did salt mean to the Israelites? Explore how having a deep, shared relationship with others - being "salt" in the ancient context - can positively impact our lives, others lives, and our testimony for Christ in our present day.
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Sun, Sep 06, 2020
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus presents to us a new reality - one we all have to deal with, one way or another, and He does it through blessings. The blessings are not commandments, it is an announcement about what reality actually is - and He leaves it for us to respond.
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Sun, May 31, 2020
Week 7 of our series in Philippians. How do we handle new circumstances? How do we find and/or determine our path forward as we live through uncertain times and an unknown future? We are commanded to rejoice, be reasonable, and to make our reasonableness known. How we, as Christians, respond when we are wronged helps the unbelieving world respond to Jesus. Join us as we consider what to do when we are "at anchor off the coast" and how our reasonableness brings unity and glory to God, furthering His Kingdom on Earth.
Sun, Mar 29, 2020
NEW: *You can view or download the video to watch on your computer* as well as listen to the Family Bible Hour in an audio format! Today we individually participate through technology during this COVID19 pandemic. Join us for a remote congregation service with music, a ministry update from Brad Sturm, and a word about patterns (rhymes) in history and parallels in scripture.
Sun, Dec 15, 2019
Today we look at Mary's Song in the book of Luke - at Mary's Faith, Mary's Study, and Mary's Life and how each part contributes to the Christmas story and the new way, age, and world that Christ's birth brings.
Sun, May 05, 2019
Week 1 of our series in The Letters of John. Today we focus on the opening verses of 1st John, written about 50-60 years after Jesus' ascension by one of the last remaining eyewitnesses at that time of Jesus' life and ministry. These verses show us what John considered important to share with his fellow believers - testifying to the reality of Jesus, who he saw with his eyes and touched with his hands, to proclaim the eternal life through Him, that we may live in fellowship with God, His Son the Lord Jesus Christ, and each other.
Sun, Jan 20, 2019
Week 1 of our series in Jeremiah; Josiah looked to the Lord in the midst of crisis and looked also to the people who could tell him what the Lord wanted.
Sun, Jul 01, 2018
Part 8 of our Colossians series. The book of Philemon is a personal letter from Paul, written and carried at the same time as the book of Colossians, addressing a situation of slavery and debt. Debt is considered bad however, often we don't owe enough of a debt - of love. Paul brings a clear example of how we should and can radically love others. Love does no wrong to a neighbor.
Sun, Jan 14, 2018
Part 2 of The Life Of Isaac.