We are called and equipped to grow the flock. Are you making more sheep by the way you live out your faith?
Do you know God’s voice? Can you focus on it and follow it even when a million worldly voices are vying for your attention at the same time?
We are constantly being taught to lead. We are taught to take control, to be in charge, to run things. I only want to do that if I know who I am following.
Jesus Christ has called each and every one of us to the plate. That is scary and exciting all at the same time.
Jesus has flipped my life upside down and I am ready to live my upside down life out in the world. I thought this would be easy to do and everyone would love the new me. Am I doing it wrong? Help!
Join us on January 13 as we continue to understand Jesus’ mission with Rev. Dan Bogre preaching from Matthew 5:1-12. Has the world seen your Upside Down life lived out?
Join us this first Sunday in the New Year as we celebrate Epiphany with Pastor Paul Bennett’s sermon, “Upside Down: Beginning at the End” from Isaiah 53:1-6.
What does it mean to treasure something? How can I treasure who Christ is as he comes into the world and into my life at Christmas time?
Until you find the real Jesus you will never find the real you. Merry Christmas!!
Mary’s obedience changed her world and that of everyone who came after her. What might we accomplish through our simple obedience to God?
Poor Joseph! He had all the right plans for his all the right life. It was all going to work out just as he had planned. Joseph had all his dreams in order. AND THEN!
This Advent season may Jesus teach us that the most powerful thing a human being could ever do is to let go of their perceived power. Will you let go?
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.