Where Your Treasure Is

Where your treasure is, there your heart shall be. I’ve misunderstood this phrase for years. It doesn’t mean – “Put your heart in the right place and then everything else will follow.” That’s not bad, but what Jesus is saying is more pointed – “Look where you put your money. That’s how you tell what’s really in your heart.” Think this is easy? Think again. Ask any teenager how hard it is to control the heart. Join us as we learn from our Lord how to turn our heart to him.

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Generous God

This Sunday we begin our 2018 Stewardship Program: Joyfully Generous. The focus this Sunday will be on God’s grace to us. The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it. He has given us all that we have. This basic truth is a key to contentment. Join us for worship this Sunday at 10 AM.

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Stewardship is Life

“It’s my life; I can do what I want with it.”  That statement could reflect the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that we enjoy as Americans.  God has a thing or two to say about how we live our lives.  After all we are not our own, we were bought at a price.  This Sunday we’ll take a look at the topic of stewardship and what it means to be a Christian Steward.  Exactly what does God own?  Join us this Sunday and find out.

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Thankful Stewards

It’s not an easy lesson to say thanks, is it? We are Thankful Stewards of the King, so it will be helpful to look at the ten lepers from Luke 17 and see what we can learn. We are clean and forgiven before our God.

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Faithful Stewards

We continue our stewardship program – Stewards if the King this Sunday. Last Sunday we looked how God asks us to be shrewd with the gifts he has given us. This week we’ll consider what it means to be faithful to the King.

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Shrewd Stewards

What does our God ask of us? First we have to recognize what true riches look like. The spiritual gifts of forgiveness and peace in Jesus are at the top. That doesn’t mean our time, talents, and treasure are worthless… Be shrewd!

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