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.
Anxiety about the future is likely an issue that's plaguing each of us, to some degree. Pastor Scott gives us four principles that will help us not give in to worry, anxiety, and fear.
Worship and Prayer Night
God calls the church to be "salt" and "light". What does this really mean, and will I have to sacrifice much to accomplish this? Pastor Scott will teach us about our responsibility in this area.
"Here am I, send them!" - this is a common prayer of ours, if we are honest. What was Isaiah's prayer, and should we emulate him? Find out in this sermon.
Do your prayers include mostly "Bless them..." and "Help them be safe" phrases? Pastor Scott shows us what this conveys to God about us, and gives us a couple of courageous/dangerous things to ask God to do in our lives.
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.
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.
Sometimes we'd like to pull away from people and be a hermit! Learn more reasons why God created us for more than that.
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!