Nov 11, 2018
Lessons of the Twelve: Nathanael – The Guilless One
Pastor David continues his sermon series this morning on the lessons we can learn from tyhe tweove apostles. This morning, in considering Nathanael (Bartholomew), Pastor David encourages all disciples of Jesus Christ to become students of the Bible as Nathanael was.
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  • Nov 11, 2018Lessons of the Twelve: Nathanael – The Guilless One
    Nov 11, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve: Nathanael – The Guilless One
    Pastor David continues his sermon series this morning on the lessons we can learn from tyhe tweove apostles. This morning, in considering Nathanael (Bartholomew), Pastor David encourages all disciples of Jesus Christ to become students of the Bible as Nathanael was.
  • Nov 4, 2018Lessons of the Twelve: Philip – The Bean Counter
    Nov 4, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve: Philip – The Bean Counter
    In the sixth segment of Pastor David's sermon series on the Lesson of the Twelve, he helps us take a look at Philip. The lessons we learn from Philip include realizing that the Church is supposed to be a place of inclusiveness; as disciples of Jesus Christ, we are to have a searching and evangelical heart.
  • Oct 28, 2018Lessons of the Twelve
    Oct 28, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve
    In our next message of the Lessons of the Twelve series, Pastor David examines stories from John's experiences and interactions with Jesus. As John matures in his faith, he moves from an emphasys on Truth to Love.
  • Oct 21, 2018Lessons of the Twelve: James – The Overzealous One
    Oct 21, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve: James – The Overzealous One
    This morning, Pastor David continues his sermon series on lessons we can learn from the Twelve Disciples. Today, we look at James, who is probably the least known of the initial four disciples. Whatwe do know about James from thr Scriptures is that sometimes he let his passion and zeal get the better of him, seekling his desires instead of following Jesus' example.
  • Oct 14, 2018Lessons of the Twelve: Andrew – The First Missionary
    Oct 14, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve: Andrew – The First Missionary
    Pastor David continues the sermon series in a character study of the Twelve Apostles. This morning, take a look at Andrew. Andrew was know for his calling of introducing others to Christ.
  • Oct 7, 2018Lessons of the Twelve: Simon or Peter
    Oct 7, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve: Simon or Peter
    This moring, Pastor David continues his sermon series "Lessons of The Twelve", based on James MacArthur's book titled 'Twelve Ordinary Men'. This moring we look at the lessons from Simon Peter, who was transformed to become the effective leader of the apostles. It is a study in how God chooses & then equips leaders.
  • Sep 30, 2018Lessons of the Twelve
    Sep 30, 2018
    Lessons of the Twelve
    Pastor David embarks on a sermon series based on John MacDonald's book, "Tweove Ordinary Men". Over the next several weeks, Pastor David re-introduces Jesus' Apostles so that we can get to know their stories better and how we can relate to each of them.
  • Sep 16, 2018Season of Creation — SKY SUNDAY: Dominion and Exploitaton
    Sep 16, 2018
    Season of Creation — SKY SUNDAY: Dominion and Exploitaton
    Last week, we talked about mountains. Mountains and their ecosystems are home to plants, birds, amphibians, and humans. Some mountains are exploited, blown up to make money, with no regard to the life that depends upon them.
    In the Bible, what shows up in the sky?
    We find clouds, a rainbow to serve as a covenant, angels, a star announcing Jesus’ birth, heavens torn apart at Jesus’ baptism, and darkness.
  • Sep 9, 2018Season of Creation — MOUNTAIN SUNDAY: Protection and Care
    Sep 9, 2018
    Season of Creation — MOUNTAIN SUNDAY: Protection and Care
    We often refer to our “mountain-top experiences.” Jesus retreated to the mountains to pray and be near God. Though there is no conclusive evidence to prove this, in light of the way mountains are used in Scripture, it would make sense that God did business with sin and death on a mountain when Jesus was crucified...
  • Sep 2, 2018Season of Creation: Planting – Great Beginnings
    Sep 2, 2018
    Season of Creation: Planting – Great Beginnings
    Without the good beginning in Genesis 1 and 2, where would we be? These two chapters inform us of God. God is good, creative, active, loving, and resourceful. From these two chapters, we learn about our world. It’s good, connective, full of life, pleasing to the eye and good for us. We also learn about ourselves. We are made in God’s image; we have God’s breath; we are creative; and we are caretakers. Genesis 1 and 2 not only inform us how to read the Bible, but also how to experience God, creation, and others.
    In Genesis 1, we see God building a system. The next day builds on the one before. There is order and connection.