Are the words "in Jesus' name" vital to our prayers? Why do we even say that at the end? Pastor Scott preaches about the meaning of our typical prayer closing phrase.
The Importance of Prayer
Yes, we ought to pray without ceasing--but what does that look like in a church? Do we need to make any changes to place a higher importance on prayer? Pastor Scott addresses this important question.
Basic View of Community – 4
Sometimes we'd like to pull away from people and be a hermit! Learn more reasons why God created us for more than that.
Basic View of Community – 3
Why do we need community? Can't we just go through life with just a pet to keep us company? Find out why community is so important!
Basic View of Community – 2
We can accomplish more, together! Every part of the Body of Christ is vital - which part are you?!
Basic View of Community – 1
Is hangout time the same as having true community? Do we really need it in our lives, or is being married or having one close friend, enough? Find out some answers to these questions in the first part of Pastor Scott's mini-series on authentic, biblical community.
A Basic View of the Word
Can we really trust the Bible as authoritative? Pastor Scott teaches us about the role that the Word of God should play in our lives.
A Basic View of the Church
"Back to the Basics" is our 2020 theme, and the first basic truth that Pastor Scott is teaching us about, is our view of the church. This affects our lives not only on Sundays, but every day of the week!
Getting the Most out of your Bible Study
During our Adult Core Class on Sunday, Pastor Eric took us through some questions to ask, as we study the Bible personally. This was the introduction to our upcoming Core Class Study on the Book of James. We will be studying a passage at home, and then bringing our findings to class each week!
You are a Character in God’s Story
Pastor Eric concludes our annual theme, "The Story", by sharing that we each are a character in the story of God, redeeming His people. It is humbling to consider this, and how it should affect our daily lives. A great sermon to end 2019!