The meeting with God and his people at Sinai after they left Egypt was unique in so many ways. God’s people actually agreed to obey their God. They sealed the covenant with blood. God was good with this, and showed that he was good with this by enjoying a fellowship meal with the leaders of his people.
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.
Why are there so many churches?! How is it helpful when I drive down the road and see Christian churches of every stripe? Wouldn’t it be easier if there was just one church? Maybe. As we continue our study of Christian doctrine in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian church, we’ll see that sometimes Christians need to “mark and avoid”. Our God calls us to be choosy on theology and witness our faith to all, including fellow Christians. How can we wade through these murky ecclesiastical waters? Watch to find out.
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. With these simple words God describes his magnificent work creating the world that we live in. He elaborates in the next few chapters in Genesis. This Sunday we will explore creation and see what God has to say about the different theories that exist about the origins of the planet. Join us!
God’s gift of faith is a miracle. Whether you are washed for the first time in the waters of Baptism or you just received the Lord’s Supper again – so many times you’ve lost count – God promised to increase your faith. There are people who would do anything to increase their faith, but they can’t. Faith isn’t something that you can piece together in your heart; it is a gift of the Holy Spirit. Want to learn more about the source of faith and how you can increase yours? Join us for worship!