Forgiveness is something we wish others would grant us. Forgiveness is something we can have a hard time offering those who have harmed us in some way. Forgiveness is something that can seem impossible to receive from God or others because of things we have done. The truth is, God always forgives us immediately of everything. The question is do we do anything to change our life so that forgiveness is no longer needed? And do we do anything to let our heart be softened towards others who may be awaiting our forgiveness?
We are given amazing teachings on God’s forgiveness as well as challenging teachings on our need to forgive others and to forgive ourselves.
Let’s talk about this important topic this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Hope to see you there!
If you were going to build yourself a house you would most likely make sure the ground you were going to build on was solid: not on a fault line or a flood zone and not in any number of potentially problematic terrains. You would want a strong and sure foundation.
Our spiritual lives are the same way. We have a choice. To build our lives up on a strong foundation of Divine principles and guidelines or not. We may decide that the shifting sands of popular opinion are the foundation we want to trust our lives to. But that doesn’t seem that wise or safe.
This Sunday we will look at the parable Jesus told of the wise person who built a house on a rock and how that turned out vs. the foolish person who built a house on sand and how that turned out.
This Sunday is also the beginning of daylight saving time. Don’t forget to set your clock ahead by one hour before bed on Saturday night.
See you Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
What does that phrase mean to you? Does it excite you? Frighten you? It seems like it is a possibility for something powerful to happen in our lives.
So if the kingdom of heaven is close at hand what can we do to connect with it, feel its influence and benefit from its guidance and strength? Do I have to change in some way to experience it? Is it going to mean I have some struggles to work through? Hmmm. Well, yes, most likely. But it will be well worth it.
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When things are not going well or when we are struggling to find happiness and purpose in what is happening in our life and the lives of others we can begin to doubt that God exists, or if He does, that He doesn’t seem very concerned about how things are going.
How do we reconcile the appearance that God is not concerned with what is happening to us or to others (allowing suffering) and with the teachings that we are being led intimately and perfectly every moment by God to our greatest possible happiness?
Come and let’s talk about that. See you Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
This Sunday we will examine a story of Jesus healing a blind man. This story is about us. We may not think of ourselves as blind or unable to see but there are times in our life when we fall into a bad way, and we aren’t able to see our way out. Jesus healing the blind man show us how the Lord can heal us in times of spiritual blindness: when we feel lost or stuck or have made choices that have put us in a bad place.
Please join us for worship Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
We all want it. We all want to share it. But do we know what it is?
Love is one of the more complicated things to define, but that makes it no less desirable to have. With Valentine’s Day around the corner we will take a moment to discuss what love is and what it is not, in hopes of having a healthier relationship with it.
See you Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Do you wish you could know the future? Are we ever permitted to know the future? What would happen if we did? These and other burning questions will be discussed this Sunday at church. Now you know the future: This Sunday, this is what church will be about. How do you feel?
10:30 a.m. Sunday
There are times in life when it feels like smooth sailing, and then there are times when the storms hit and life feels overwhelming and out of control. How do we get through these stormy times?
There is a beautiful story in the Bible about the disciples struggling with their boat on the stormy sea while Jesus walked on the water to be with them. As Jesus approaches, Peter asks if he can walk to Him on the water. Peter is invited to step out of the boat and walk on the sea. He walks for a moment but then instead of keeping his focus on Jesus and walking to Him he becomes terrified by the wind and the waves and begins to sink. After crying out for help he is taken by the hand and lifted up and he and Jesus climb into the boat and the storms cease.
There is a message for us in that story, don’t you think?
Please join us for worship on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
We can all experience times of sadness, despair, depression and worry. And there are some of us that fall deeply into these kinds of feelings and we cannot seem to get back out again. Yes, mental illness is real. There are some of us who cannot, for one reason or another, live a balanced life without the support of therapy, medication and other means of support.
As a society we need to bring this topic into the light. We need to move it out of the place of shame and blame and recognize that people from all walks of life are suffering from mental illness and that we can do much more to support one another.
Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we break some of the silence around this topic.
A new year is about to begin. May we use this as an opportunity to make a fresh start. This Sunday begin the New Year by asking the Lord to be with you and show you the best direction forward; guiding your steps along the way.
Hope to see you for worship on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Happy New Year!