The first chapter of Ephesians is dedicated to telling the Christians there how pretty they are to God. Why would Paul spend all that ink and paper on this topic? And what can that mean to us?
Why would people not want Jesus in their lives? Why did John 1:11 say Jesus came to His own, but His own did not receive Him?
I can worship God anywhere… but Psalm 100 talks about “going someplace” to worship. Where should I “go” to worship, and how and why should I worship?
C.S. Lewis called Psalm 19 “the greatest poem in the Bible.” It speaks of God’s majesty and power and tells us HOW God has shown His love for us.
God said it was not good for the man to be alone, and yet too many people are more isolated than ever. Using a clip from the popular TV series “This is Us” we address the question of “How can we witness to others?”
Our society is pressuring our young people to bow to the idol of tolerance. How do we encourage them to set the example in speech, conduct, love, faith, and purity? Consider these thoughts from our Family Minister, Scott Jewell.
Ephesus had been a great church, but now it had lost it's first love for Jesus. If it happened to them, how can we make sure it doesn't happen to us?
The gong is only mentioned once in all of scripture. Why would Paul use it to start the famous "Love Chapter" and what warning does it contain for us today?
What do you do when fear and anxiety rear their ugly heads? Where do you turn when life seems overwhelming? Consider these thoughts from this Sunday's sermon.