Part one of a three-week series on Jesus, the Evangelist.
New Year’s Day
Pastor Eric gets us going in the New Year with one of the most asked questions - "Why do bad things happen to good people?" Take a listen to hear what the Bible has to say about it.
Christmas Day Worship at South
Christmas Eve Service
Christmas Eve Worship with the church family and many from our community.
He Came to Restore, Deliver, and Help
These are three of the lesser-known acts of Christ. But the effect that they have on us is great! Check out Pastor Scott's sermon.
He Came to Make Peace and War
Well that sounds harsh! Jesus came to make peace and war? Pastor Scott explains how both can be, and were true.
He Came to Do the Will of His Father
"He Came..." means so much. The first thing that Pastor Scott is bringing out is the face that Christ came to do the will of His Father.
Four Metaphors about Preparedness
Jesus wanted his disciples to be prepared for His return, someday - and he gave them four simple metaphors to try to understand what He was saying. Pastor Eric helped us understand if there was any application for us, as well.
Fear God Alone
When we try to look perfect on the outside to people, we are on the fast track to hypocrisy(we need to fear God, not man). Jesus taught the disciples about this principle in this chapter of Luke, and Pastor Scott then taught us, as well.
Being religious is a good thing. No?
The Pharisees were the definition of "religious". Jesus gave them an earful about how their priorities were wrong. We can learn much from this passage!