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The Story

The story of God and His people. The Story is a book that tells the grandest, most compelling story of all time. It sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events, allowing the teachings of the Bible to read like a novel. During The Story message series, January 8 - June 11, we will read through the Old Testament portion of The Story together, and the weekly readings will coordinate with each Sunday’s message. Like any good story, The Story is filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption - and this story’s true!

The Story

The story of God and His people. The Story is a book that tells the grandest, most compelling story of all time. It sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events, allowing the teachings of the Bible to read like a novel. During The Story message series, January 8 - June 11, we will read through the Old Testament portion of The Story together, and the weekly readings will coordinate with each Sunday’s message. Like any good story, The Story is filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption - and this story’s true!

New Years Day 2023

When we look around at the culture we live in, we see a lot of anger and polarization. How can the truth of the Gospel break into a culture that casts so much doubt on any claim to truth? How can the Gospel transform our own lives as we are bombarded with these messages from culture?

Christmas Day - 2022

Merry Christmas! Happy birthday to Jesus! It’s safe to say that on Christmas we want to hear “good news of great joy” and experience a “silent night.” Of course, there’s “joy to the world” because the Lord has come! But… there is a darker side of Christmas.

Christmas Eve - 2022

Merry Christmas! Let’s celebrate The Story of our Savior's birth! This year, we’re featuring video, song, candlelight, and music including a string quartet. 

Night of Prayer & Praise

Get ready for Christmas with a night of prayer, praise, and preparation including music and scripture.

Angel Encounters

What do we know about angels? Are they roaming among us today? The angels were busy leading up to, during, and even after the birth of Christ.  Angels appear to always come with a message, usually meant for one person or a specific group of people.  In this Advent series, our focus will be on looking at the message and meaning of these angelic encounters we find especially in the Christmas narrative found in the gospels.  Is there a message for God’s people to hear this Advent as well? May the Holy Spirit help us to be “angels aware” and to hear their message as one we might need to hear today.

Provide

How often have you been put in a situation or circumstance where you truly were desperate for God to provide? You couldn’t pay the next bill, you didn’t have enough money to feed your family, your health was on the edge of critical, or you simply needed a job. Simply put, you needed God to provide.

Celebration Sunday

The Apostle Paul shares a prayer for believers (that’s you and me) that promises “power through His Spirit in your inner being in order for us to be rooted in and grounded in love.” What is this power and how can we experience it?

Rooted

Need a restart, a jumpstart, or maybe a new start? This message is for you! If you have been feeling “stuck” in your relationship with God, isolated from people for too long,  or needing to be inspired by the fact that God is still moving in our midst, then these messages will apply to you.

Revelation

We have reached the book of Revelation in our daily Bible reading! Let’s just admit it - Revelation is a very strange book. It’s full of angels and demons, lions and lambs, horses and dragons, ghouls, ghosts, and beasts. It’s a letter that reads more like a live drama that Jesus puts on for John during his time of worship.

General Epistles

The eight books of the Bible from Hebrews through Jude are often called the “General Epistles”; and in many ways, they are like the thirteen letters written by Paul. However, Paul tended to write his letters to a specific church or person; whereas the General Epistles are usually written to broad groups of churches or are not specifically addressed at all.

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