A passing glance at the news and current events would show one thing – no one seems to be in control. On this Christ the King Sunday we remember that Jesus is, indeed, in control of the world. He does so for the good of his church. Join us this Sunday as we close out the church year worshiping Christ the King.
One of the more confusing topics surrounding the Bible is the end of the world. It sounds hard to believe, doesn’t it? Won’t the sun come up tomorrow just like it has every day since God started it on its daily march? It will, unless God commands it to stop. The Bible is clear that the world will end when God ends it. More importantly will you be ready when he does? What will you say as you stand before him?
What does it mean to really live? I don’t think we need to hang off the front of the Titanic and feel the wind race through our hair to really live. Jesus tell us that he has life. One day, on the Last Day, life will destroy death for good. Join us as we take a glimpse into eternity on Saints Triumphant Sunday.
Veteran’s Day is a great time to honor those who serve to protect our nation. Freedom isn’t free. That’s a well known truth to Christians. It is also true of every America. This Sunday we’ll take the opportunity to thank our God for the freedoms we enjoy and honor those who have served and fought to preserve those freedoms. Please take a moment to thank a veteran for his or her service to our nation.
Of all the details that surround the end of the world, which is the most important? Is it the natural disasters that may destroy the world? Is it the dead rising from their graves at the trumpet sound? Is it standing before your creator who see all of your life – the good and the bad – like an open book? Join us this Sunday as we sort through these details and see how Jesus can chase away our fears.
“A mighty fortress is our God!” That is the cry of the Reformation. What titanic changes took place a little over 500 years ago? Only a return to grace, Scripture, and faith. That is a recipe for peace no matter what trouble one might face in life. Join us this Sunday as we worship our God and celebrate the reformation.