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Walk This Way

Follow God's path for your life. Rejoice in the Lord always! I will say it again, rejoice!

Finish Line

We finish off our sermon series this Sunday, Walk This Way. We have looked at helpful advice for our Christian walk. This Sunday in Finish Line we’ll look at the details of running the Christian race. What trophy will we find when we reach heaven? What do we need to do if Jesus has already won everything for us? Watch and find out!

Look away from the terrible things that sin does. Look to your savior, Jesus!

Boast This Way

If we can’t be completely sure what is good for our bodies, how can we be certain of what is good for our souls? What can we boast in? It’s not our perfection. See what is worth boasting about in or latest sermon from our Lenten series Walk This Way: Boast Like This.

Look away from the terrible things that sin does. Look to your savior, Jesus!

Look Away

We don’t walk through life on egg shells, fearful that we’ll offend our Holy God. In peace with Jesus we walk with eyes wide open, not only on guard against temptation, but also looking for ways to give our gracious God thanks and praise. What will future generations think of us when they look at our lives in the pages of history? Look away from temptation. Never look away from your gracious God!

Follow God's path for your life. Rejoice in the Lord always! I will say it again, rejoice!

Follow This Map

The season of Lent continues under theme – Walk This Way: Follow This Map.  There is a right way and a wrong way to go through life.  Paul speaks to this in his letter to the Philippian Christians.  God leads us on the path to life.  Jesus secures our journey by his suffering and death on the cross.

The Book of Romans, God loves us. Love Like This!

Love Like This

The Gospel appointed for the first Sunday in Lent is always about temptation. Specifically the temptation of our Lord Jesus. This Sunday is also Valentine’s Day. We will look at the Epistle lesson, Paul’s letter to the Romans where he explains matters of the hear from a different angle than you might find at a Hallmark store. This Lent, walk this way: love like this. Love like God.