October 8, 2017
As we celebrate the ordination and installation of our assistant pastor, we consider Paul’s God-breathed instructions to Timothy about what it means to seek God’s approval rather than the approval of other people.
October 1, 2017
“Thou shalt not murder” – it’s a commandment that receives almost universal recognition. But what does it imply? Is God content so long as we don’t kill one another? In Matthew 5:21-26, Jesus shows that the implications of this commandment are far deeper and wider than we expect. God isn’t just concerned murder but about […]
September 29, 2017
During our first Friday night fellowship event, Rev. Don and Stacy Stone lead us in a discussion on the topic of parenting.
September 24, 2017
Having spelled out the Christian’s character and calling, Jesus begins to address our conduct – helping us grasp the relationship between Law and Grace and how what he has come to do relates to the Old Testament.
September 17, 2017
Having described the distinctive character of the Christian, Jesus goes on to explain our calling and how we fulfill it.
September 10, 2017
In the beatitudes, Jesus reveals the kind of character God looks on with favor. It’s a very different profile from the one we usually value.
September 3, 2017
As we start out our fall series in Matthew 5 we consider how we should approach the sermon on the mount. Is it general moral guidance? Does it just expose our moral failure? What do the context, content and connections with the Old Testament show us?
August 20, 2017
Jonah has experienced God’s grace himself and witnessed God’s grace toward Nineveh. Now Jonah 4 presents a shocking, surprising and challenging climax to the story – Jonah is angry! Listen to find out why.
August 13, 2017
Having rescued Jonah, God now gives him a second chance. The outcome of that mission is that Nineveh are also given a second chance. All of this reminds us that we serve the God of second chances. His grace to Jonah, to Nineveh, and to us is truly amazing!
August 6, 2017
After being thrown overboard, Jonah is about to drown. In Jonah 2 we see God come to the rescue! Jonah has a glorious experience of God’s saving grace. The question is: does he really appreciate it for what it is?