Feb 18, 2018
A Harvest of Hope (Ruth 2:18-23)
Series: Ruth
Hope is harvested when we remember that God is the One who controls all of the events in our lives.  We see the results of this hope in Ruth's, courage, commitment, humility and trust in a good and faithful God.  But she didn't stop there, she took the hope within her, and spread that hope to Naomi.  God intends for us to share what we have been given to others.  Take the hope He has given you, and spread it to the hopeless by sharing the eternal hope of the Gospel to a hurting world.
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  • Feb 18, 2018A Harvest of Hope (Ruth 2:18-23)
    Feb 18, 2018
    A Harvest of Hope (Ruth 2:18-23)
    Series: Ruth
    Hope is harvested when we remember that God is the One who controls all of the events in our lives.  We see the results of this hope in Ruth's, courage, commitment, humility and trust in a good and faithful God.  But she didn't stop there, she took the hope within her, and spread that hope to Naomi.  God intends for us to share what we have been given to others.  Take the hope He has given you, and spread it to the hopeless by sharing the eternal hope of the Gospel to a hurting world.
  • Feb 11, 2018Humility and Harvest (Ruth 2:1-18)
    Feb 11, 2018
    Humility and Harvest (Ruth 2:1-18)
    Series: Ruth
    We continue this week our journey through the book of Ruth.  Naomi, with her daughter-in-law in tow, returns to the land of Yahweh after a 10-year stay in enemy territory.  In this story we see vivid examples of God's provision for those who follow Him as well as the proper response to that provision on Ruth's part, in her unwavering spirit of humility and thankfulness.
  • Feb 4, 2018Faith in the Darkness
    Feb 4, 2018
    Faith in the Darkness
    Series: (All)
    In light of tragic events in this fallen world, how do we continue to have faith in a broken reality? 
  • Jan 28, 2018Pastor Scott Farmer
    Jan 28, 2018
    Pastor Scott Farmer
    Series: (All)
  • Jan 21, 2018A Faithful Follower (Ruth 1:6-21)
    Jan 21, 2018
    A Faithful Follower (Ruth 1:6-21)
    Series: Ruth
    Pastor Stephen continues our journey through the book of Ruth.
  • Dec 31, 2017Standards, Weights & Measures
    Dec 31, 2017
    Standards, Weights & Measures
    Series: (All)
    As we begin the New Year, let's examine the standards that we all live by. Minister Derek Head presents the message this week.  Happy New Year!
  • Dec 26, 2017Home for Christmas
    Dec 26, 2017
    Home for Christmas
    Series: (All)
    This world is not our permanent home.  We are looking forward to a home yet to come.  Pastor Stephen delivers the message on Christmas Eve.
  • Dec 17, 2017Living Faith in a Living Lord
    Dec 17, 2017
    Living Faith in a Living Lord
    Series: (All)
    Faith is only as good as what you put it in.  As we wrap up our year-long journey through Mark's gospel, we see the climax of the most significant event in the history of the universe - the resurrection of Christ!  As the King now reigns from heaven, what does it look like for believers to possess a living faith in the living Lord?
  • Dec 10, 2017It Was Time
    Dec 10, 2017
    It Was Time
    Series: MARK
    So often, we run our lives by scheduling one event after another.  We allow the clock to take control of our lives and our paths .  If we are willing to take the time and pull ourselves back for a moment, we will see that every major marker on the clock serves to remind us of the events that took place on Good Friday when Jesus paid the price for us to one day enter into a time of rest.  3, 6, 9, 12 forms a cross when you make the connections.  These same time markers are given in Scripture to Mark the events of the day God died for us...in the flesh.  Listen, learn, and live every moment of your life for Him.
     
    Mark 15:33-47 ESV
  • Dec 3, 2017A Life for a Life
    Dec 3, 2017
    A Life for a Life
    Series: MARK
    We ask the question "Why?" when tragedy strikes or when we face trials of many kinds.  We often react emotionally and focus on the physical circumstances we're in--instead of on--the spiritual lessons we can learn from the situation.  And when the trials are sustained, we move on from asking "Why?" or "Why is this happening to me?" to "Why isn't God doing something about it?"
     
    Sometimes we doubt, sometimes we worry, sometimes we lash out and mock God, but we always want Him to do something to deliver us from our trials--even when we cannot fathom what the Father could be doing in that moment.  Listen to today's message, and see how the crowds who gathered around the cross represent the various peoples of the world and how we respond to suffering. 
     
    As followers of Jesus, we must learn to trust that God is working in our lives to shape us for all eternity--even when we cannot see his hand at play or understand what he's doing in the present.  Listen, learn, and live out your faith...so that you (like Jesus) may offer "A Life for a Life."
     
    Mark 15:22-32 ESV