To know Him is to love Him, right? Truly, as believers discover the depth of the wisdom, mercy, and love of God, we love Him more! Pastor Josh helps us dive deeper into the deep water of our great God!
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Pastor Eric brought a challenge to us from Galatians 5, related to the freedom that we have from a religious system. The Judaizers were trying to add extra "steps" to the gospel, which was WRONG - but sometimes we are tempted to do the same thing!
There is evidence of Christ's resurrection! Eyewitnesses, even! If you're a doubter, this message of Pastor Scott's will be especially helpful for you.
We focused on Christ's humiliation, His sinlessness, and His death, in this Good Friday service.
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.
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.
Adam Farmer shares important perspectives from this short, New Testament book written by the Apostle John.
Jesus died for our sins, it's true. By paying the penalty for our sins, He rescued us from Hell's clutches and offers forgiveness to all who put their faith in Him. But, after His death satisfied God's holy anger over our sin, He didn't stay in the grave! Jesus came to life again! He is ALIVE! Let's celebrate!!!