Imagine your brothers sold you as a slave. Not to worry, you landed on your feet and had a great job in charge of a noble man’s house. Things got ugly though – to protect your reputation and to honor your God you lost your job and ended up in prison. Does this sound like a good life to you? You may know the story of Joseph already, but we’re answer the question: Is faithfulness worth the trouble it brings?
Faith comes by hearing God’s message.
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How many times should I forgive me brother? How many times should God forgive us? Our God has forgiven all of our debts. In our message this morning Jesus talks to a man about forgiveness but he uses the topic of thankfulness to make his point. Watch, and see if this applies to you.
God bless America! We have plenty to be thankful for. Today we look at the freedoms God has given us and the dangers to those freedoms.
What does a tall tale sound like? God dying for us while we are still sinners sounds like the stuff of legends! The difference is that it’s all true! We’ll visit a little American folklore this Sunday and hear about God’s fantastic love.
What does the church look like? You might be thinking it’s a little underwhelming in this world. Splintered and limping, the Christ’s church on earth doesn’t have the outward glory pictured in heaven. God’s glory is there! St. John’s Revelation helps us see it!
Hail the day that sees him rise! It’s Ascension! There have been three historical festivals in the Christian church. Christmas is the birth of the King. Easter is the resurrection of the King. Ascension is the coronation of the King. Come this Sunday and celebrate the victory of our God!
Love is all you need! It’s a cliche from sappy 70’s tunes. The trouble with love is that we don’t understand it. Love’s meaning has been twisted in our culture. This Sunday find out what God means when he talks about love.
“The King of Love, My Shepherd Is…” Psalm 23 has captured the imagination and the soul of many a poet. The illustrations of a shepherd and a sheep are many. Jesus uses the image of himself. This Sunday see yourself as one of Jesus sheep. That’s a great place to be.
What a song! The picture in Revelation has everything except the tune. The majesty and the glory of our God on full display is a powerful vision of comfort. To God’s timeless view of the world, this is a done deal. To our limited view of life in time, we have a way to go. God won’t leave us. This Sunday we offer comfort using a view from heaven.
Why is it that the Sunday after the highest festival of the church year is about doubt? That’s because doubts creep into our lives. Thomas had the word of every disciple and he still claimed to know better. Stop doubting and believe is the call from our God. Jesus is alive!
The tomb is empty. Do you know the life changing consequences of that reality? He lives who once was death. Because Jesus lives, we also will live forever! Check out our Easter Sunday message taken from Luke 24.
Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna! With shouts of joy the city of Jerusalem embraced their king as he entered the city in peace. How quickly that changed… Join us as we enter Holy Week with the cerebration of Palm Sunday.
What does a great victory look like? Maybe you can think of a few in the history of the world. Our God knows a thing or two about great victories. The difference is that they may not always look like great victories to our eyes. This Sunday we saw our God never get tired of winning. We win the victory with him.
How hard to you look for something when it is lost? Is there a point where you give up? What if it’s not an item, but a person whom you love? What would you do to have that loved one back? Would you ever give up? These are the questions that our God explores this Sunday. How great is his love for the lost!
Why exactly would I take off my sandals? Foot protection in general is a good thing, but when you are standing in the presence of God, off those sandals go! The account of the burning bush is a fascinating look at The Lord’s identity.
If you were hungry – I mean, really hungry – and you could turn stones into bread, would you? Would there be any harm? A guy has to eat! There was more to the temptations of our Lord that first meets the eye. Join us as we consider what our Lord went through so that we might be saved.