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New Life Everyday

New life changes every aspect of life. That goes for the death, disease, and other life changing events. New life doesn’t stop there. The trickle down of new life goes into the ups and downs of our everyday life. When this fundamental change is understood the results are dramatic. Watch to find out how you can have new life everyday.

Common Law

There are common ideas that society simply accepts. Some of these views fly in the face of God’s will. This Sunday we looked at a few of the common societal trends in the light of God’s word. We’ll see that the world isn’t really so different from when Jesus walked the earth. Welcome to week three of our series, God’s Courtroom: Common Law.

On Location

“This is my Son whom I love. With him I am well pleased!” These words thundered over the Jordan River. Maybe the first reaction of the casual people bathing in the cool water that day was to run. But if we take a second to consider those transformative words, we’ll find that Jesus’ baptism and the Father’s words have incredible meaning for us even today. By faith you can take those words to heart. Yes, the Father is pleased with you because of Jesus.

How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news.


Should I say anything? Won’t they just think that I’m weird? They don’t want me getting into their personal lives, do they? Oh, so many questions. All of these are cleared up with a couple simple commands from our Lord. Go! and Tell!

The Book of Luke. There was an excitement among the crowds that watched Jesus carry out his ministry. Jesus went to church; join us this Sunday at Star of Bethlehem. The glory of the Lord is revealed in Jesus.

Seeking Mercy

Have you ever felt like there aren’t enough commandments? Do you ever feel like you’re walking around with a giant gold star on your back because God just can’t get enough of you?! Well then I have the sermon for you! In this Seeking Mercy Sunday we’re going to explore the love of God for people who don’t think they need it.

Jonah is the reluctant prophet who was frustrated with God's grace.

Second Chance

Jonah is a fascinating book not only because Jonah was given a second chance, but also because Nineveh – the last people who deserved the gospel – were given a second chance. What was it that frustrated Jonah at the end of the book? The answer might surprise you!