The herald of the King cries out for us to repent and turn from our sins. On this second Sunday of our season of Christmas preparation, we consider our lives and how they live up to God’s demands. What will be your Advent confession?
Comfort! Comfort! Something was going to change for God’s people. Sure they were in exile and their homeland had been destroyed, but God had not forgotten his people. As we begin our Advent Season we need to hear those words of comfort. Jesus is coming!
Join us for our Thanksgiving Eve worship service as we thank our God for all that he has given to our bodies and our souls. We’ll look back over 2017 to see God’s finger prints. We’ll look ahead to enjoy another year under his grace.
Who is in charge? Does it seem like the world is spiraling out of control? Maybe it’s political unrest… Do you know what the economy will do next week, not to say anything about next year? Natural disasters seem to be getting worse every time they happen. In spite of all the evidence to the contrary, Jesus is in charge. Want to hear how? Watch!
I can only imagine how wonderful it will be. We get to stand before our God in all his glory. No more cancer. No more addiction. On Saints Triumphant Sunday we’ll look at heaven and what it will be like.
The world will end one day. Sound a little ominous on the heels of Halloween? It’s not. God spends plenty of time on the Last Day in the Bible. Should we fear the coming of the end or look forward to the day like the birthday of our youth? Watch to find out!
In Christ alone our hope is found! Everything comes back to Jesus. There are plenty of other people, works, theologies, and gods that others try to tack onto what we believe. As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation may we always keep the focus on Jesus.
By grace I’m saved, grace free and boundless! How great is our God! Yet the concept of grace alone, sounds too good to be true. Our sinful nature tries to sneak in a good work here, a helpful thought there. Where do good works come in? Why was one of the hallmarks of the Reformation – By Grace Alone? Watch and find out!
This Sunday we continue with our series on the Solas of the Reformation. Sola Fide means by faith alone. What does it mean to trust in something or on this Sunday someone as important as our God? Even that trust isn’t something that we can muster in ourselves. It is a gift of God’s Spirit.
If you wanted to find out information about God, where could you go? Are there secrets hidden at the bottom of the ocean? Maybe if you climbed the tallest mountain, everything would be revealed to you? Which faith of all the world religions has the truth? This Sunday we’ll go to Scripture alone to find the answer.