What is that one thing you’ve been striving for your whole life? That one thing you need to happen? That one resource you trust so much? Jesus asks us to let it all go… Can we?
Jesus holds up a child as the model of humility for all basic relationships. Humility, openness, and forgiveness are the glue that holds us together.
Peter bumbles his way through life with Jesus while the other disciples botch their attempt at a miracle. Jesus wonders how long it will take them to learn His way.
Thank you for worshiping with us (at a distance) today! We’ll pray through Psalm 33, and the kids will learn how to understand God better through nature during Creation Station. SERMON THIS WEEK: In Matthew 16, Jesus challenges Peter to consider a hard truth about life. In his message today, Pastor Dave explains how we…
Jesus confronts people who are scrupulous about holding to tradition, but sloppy about God’s higher values and commands. Instead of focusing on keeping clean on the outside, Jesus is concerned about cleaning the heart.
Faced with a friend’s gruesome execution, Jesus seeks time alone to grieve. But his need to be alone is constantly challenged by the needs of people all around him. Which is more important? Time alone with God, or serving God’s people? Today’s chapter shows both.
“He is Risen (indeed)!” We miss worshiping together, but we trust that you are leaning into God’s providence and taking comfort in Jesus, your risen Savior this week. Today, we look at the meaning of Good Friday and Easter, the Lord’s Resurrection day!
Do you love a good story? Join us as we hear the Master Storyteller spin a few yarns.
Psalm 29 gives us a glimpse of the God who rules powerfully over all creation—from global calamities to the smallest details of our lives.
Ever have doubts about Jesus? John did. John the Baptist sends a scouting team to figure out if Jesus is the real deal. Jesus’ response tells us a lot about what faith really is.