Who Is Jesus? – Often Abandoned

August 20, 2017

Pastor Tim Thomas, continues our “Who Is Jesus?” series, sharing a time when the demands of discipleship caused many to turn away and abandon the path, because it was too hard.  Jesus was often abandoned by His disciples, even to the end.

Who Is Jesus?: What Difference Does It Make?

July 2, 2017

Pastor James St. John begins our series, “Who is Jesus?” asking the question, “What difference does it make?” Does it matter what we believe about Jesus, His ministry, His death or His resurrection? Does it matter what we believe about Jesus, at all?

Time for a Towel Check

May 21, 2017

Pastor Tim Thomas gives us an opportunity to check our towel.  What does that mean?  Well, our ongoing theme for the year of 2017 is Take Up Your Towel.  This year, our focus continues to be to love others with a towel in our hand. seeking ways to serve.  How’s it going?  Pastor Tim challenges

The Power of Love

December 18, 2016

Pastor Tim Thomas invites us to look at the report of Matthew concerning the birth of Jesus.  There, within the report of the circumstances of Jesus birth, is a ready demonstration of righteousness defined by love.  As we look at the thoughts and actions of Joseph, we see love demonstrated.  Then, we see the loving

The Promise and Power of Prayer

October 30, 2016

Pastor James St. John, continues our journey through the Sermon on the Mount, “Collision Course,” speaking about what it means to ask, seek and knock.

Who Am I to Judge?

October 23, 2016

Pastor James St. John tackles the, often challenging, subject of judging others, asking the question, “Who am I to judge?” Ultimately, he proposes 7 critical steps to judging rightly.

4 Keys to Kingdom Living

October 2, 2016

Pastor James St. John, follows up on the question, “Do you come together expecting God to move?” continuing our series “Collision Course: The Sermon on the Mount.” Tonight, he shares what it takes to experience spiritual revival…and it’s a surprisingly old idea. The article Pastor James shares, “The Urgent Need for Revival Power,” can be