My Name is Lion
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My Name is Lion

God is a Lion? Does that mean we should be afraid of him? Does that mean we have to be fearful of attacks by God himself? Pastor Scott taught us what the Bible says about God being a lion, and how we can take comfort in that.

My Name is Shepherd – Part 3
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My Name is Shepherd – Part 3

This is part three of Pastor Scott's series on the Lord being our Shepherd. He uses some pieces of equipment to show us that He loves us. Find out what they are!

My Name is Raah
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My Name is Raah

Sheep need a shepherd, and ya know what? We're the sheep! God our Shepherd leads us to good things.  Pastor Scott teaches us what those good things are in this sermon.

My Name is Adonai
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My Name is Adonai

Placing ourselves in the servant role isn't something that comes natural.  We'd rather be the boss of our lives, wouldn't we? Pastor Scott teaches us what "Adonai" means, and the difference that the Lord can make in our lives, if we are willing to be a servant.

My Name is Yahweh
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My Name is Yahweh

When we pray to God to free us from our sin, we are praying to the self-sufficient, eternal One! He has sustained us from the beginning, and we can count on Him to free us, and sustain us now!

My Name is Elohim
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My Name is Elohim

"Why would God allow Covid-19 to affect us like this? Does God really keep his promises? Can he be trusted?" We have so many questions during this tumultuous time. Pastor Scott will answer these questions, and many more.

Easter Sunday
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Easter Sunday

We were Live at Pastor Scott's house on Easter! You'll see his family leading worship, and Pastor Scott preaching. Not a typical Easter service!

Palm Sunday
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Palm Sunday

God has kept His promises for a few thousand years, so why do we doubt his faithfulness to do that today? He is a faithful God!

For the Good
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For the Good

It's hard to imagine that Covid-19 is bringing about any good.  But we need to change our definition of "good", to God's definition.  Pastor Eric leads us through Romans 8, and encourages us about our perspective.