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Sunday Worship
9:00 & 11:00AM
Sunday Worship (Summer)
10:00-11:00AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31)

The Progress of Hope — Dan Waugh (27 Nov 2016)

Today we trace “The Progress of Hope” from the time of Isaiah to the first advent of Christ, to us in the church, and into the future to Christ’s second advent. This isn’t a hope we keep in our back pocket and pull out when times are glum–it’s a hope we live by daily!

Connexion: Preparing for Christmas

Maybe you missed Connexion because you were on the road still…well, listen as Josiah helps students think about how they can begin to prepare for Christmas spiritually.

Surrender to One Another — Bob Whitaker (20 Nov 2016)

From Romans 14:1-12. Here are some words of the Apostle Paul: “Submit to one another out of reverence to Christ…consider others better than yourselves. Each of us will give an account of himself to God. Therefore, let us stop passing judgment on one another. Instead make up your mind not to put a stumbling block or obstacle in your brother’s way.” These are lofty words, but this is how we are supposed to live.

Surrender to Authority — Bob Whitaker (13 Nov 2016)

From Romans 13:1-7. The Apostle Paul made a radical statement in Romans 13, “all authority that exists has been established by God.” How can that be true? Suppose this is applied to a dictator whose primary vision for a nation is to wipe out an ethnic minority. Was Adolph Hitler established by God? Should Christians have followed the authority of the Third Reich? These are the kinds of questions that emerge from Paul’s advice and these are the kinds of questions we will address.

Surrender to God — Bob Whitaker (6 Nov 2016)

Our next miniseries, The Gift of Surrender, begins with Romans 12:1-8. Often, the idea of “surrender” has a negative connotation of defeat: surrender to an enemy, surrender to “the inevitable” life circumstance. However, when we surrender to God