Pastor Shane Miller, from Montrose Baptist Church, came and spoke to us and gave a report about how the revitalization work at Montrose Baptist Church is going.
Two struggles that we all have are lying and anger. Is it possible to do these and not sin? Pastor Scott shares from Ephesians how to discern this very thing.
Living in this time period feels a little like riding a never-ending roller coaster, with a blindfold on, on certain curves, but wishing we were blindfolded on others. We want to have a stable footing in our home lives, work lives, and church lives. God provides that, if we are looking for it!
It's often easier to understand "what just happened" when we are looking at our life in the rear-view mirror. This week Pastor Scott shared a few lessons that we can learn from the Year 2020, before we completely move on to 2021.
This week we didn't have a separate sermon, but boy did we ever celebrate the new life that salvation brings! This recording will encourage you--don't miss it!
Pastor Eric brought us back to our series in Ephesians, and encourages us that the solution to our problems is actually very simple. It's not always easy to implement, but it's simple.
Simeon and Anna are two lesser-known characters in the biblical account of Christ's birth. Pastor Scott helps us see their significance, and how their lives can challenge us.
God chose the shepherds to be the first to hear the news of the Christ-child, and the first to see Him, as well. Their response is rich with obedience.
Christ-followers have responsibilities, and Pastor Scott shares two more of them in this section of Ephesians. They each take time and effort. Are you up for the challenge (s)?
Ephesians four brings us to a section on unity. We're supposed to create unity, right? No? Pastor Scott explains this, and shares that it has everything to do with what we focus on.