The biblical concept of faith is closer to our concept of trust. Faith is God’s gift to us as He reveals himself. We build our faith in God as an experience of relational trust by HEARING Him speak, SEEING Him act, THINKING deeply on His truth, FEELING and experiencing his presence, and ACTING on God’s instructions in obedience.

Join us on Sunday mornings as we accept God’s invitation to deepen our faith-filled expectation in life with Jesus through our study of Hebrews. Click HERE to follow our P.R.A.Y. Scripture reading plan for Hebrews.

Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. (RSV)

09/23/2018

Hebrews: Week 3

 

09/16/2018

Hebrews: Week 2


09/09/2018

Hebrews: Week 1


During the month of August we are finishing up our sermon series on the Book of Ephesians. The Apostle Paul spends the first three chapters teaching us about our new individual identities as sons and daughters of the Father when we receive His gift of salvation. In chapters 4-6 he expands this to how we now are called to live as spiritual “family” members in the Church. We now can live as “Children of Light” with the constant filling of the Holy Spirit to glorify Jesus in our church, our families, our work, our friendships, our sexuality, our finances, and every area of life.

Click HERE for the P.R.A.Y. Scripture Reading Plan
“P. – Pray” inviting God to speak to you through His Word
“R. – Read” Scripture slowly 2-3 times, in different translations if possible
“A. – Ask” questions about the passage including who, what, why, when & how. Be quiet for a few minutes and allow God to speak to you through your thoughts and feelings.
“Y. – Yield” Write a prayer of response to God and surrender to His word for you

09/02/2018

We Are the Church: Randy Heckert


08/27/2018

We Are the Church: Elders Highlight


08/19/2018

We Are the Church: Russ Dizdar


08/12/2018

We Are the Church: Ephesians 5


08/05/2018

We Are the Church: Ephesians 4


Each one of us is created by God with a unique identity that is a reflection of His image (Gen. 1:27). The problem is Jesus said there is a thief that comes to steal, kill and destroy who we are (John 10:10).

This summer in a sermon series I am calling “Identity Theft” I want to show you how to discover and protect the identity God the Father has given you through His Son Jesus. We will be looking at Paul’s letter to the Ephesians to find out what it means for us to find our identity “in Christ”.

Each week there will be a passage from Ephesians for you to read and use my P.R.A.Y. Scripture method to help you become what God says is true about you.

Click HERE for the P.R.A.Y. Scripture Reading Plan
“P. – Pray” inviting God to speak to you through His Word
“R. – Read” Scripture slowly 2-3 times, in different translations if possible
“A. – Ask” questions about the passage including who, what, why, when & how. Be quiet for a few minutes and allow God to speak to you through your thoughts and feelings.
“Y. – Yield” Write a prayer of response to God and surrender to His word for you

07/29/2018

Identity Theft: Week 7


07/22/2018

Identity Theft: Week 6


07/15/2018

Identity Theft: Week 5


07/08/2018

Identity Theft: Week 4


07/01/2018

Identity Theft: Week 3


06/24/2018

Identity Theft: Week 2


06/17/2018

Identity Theft: Week 1


We believe God has something special and unique for all of us during the time we gather for worship, prayer and His Word! This week Shawn Yost, our Pastor of Marriage & Family and Men’s Ministries, will be presenting a message titled, On Mission With God. If you have any prayer needs or questions, please fill out our communication card. We pray that you are encouraged and strengthened by the Lord!

06/10/2018

On Mission With God