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

No One Has Enough of This: Righteousness — Bob Whitaker (4 Sept 2016)

From Romans 3:9-20. Paul’s statement, “None of us is righteous, not even one” is clear and could be depressing apart from the good news: the only human being who was sinless, Jesus Christ, has become the righteousness of God for us. Through Jesus Christ we have been declared righteous by God himself. Let’s remember this and rejoice!

We All Have Enough of This: Knowledge — Bob Whitaker (21 Aug 2016)

We seem to be born with it–the notion of God’s existence. Perhaps this is why the Bible assumes or declares the existence of God rather than spilling ink to prove it, then continues to teach us how to respond to that reality. Certainly we could all use more knowledge of God but as for knowledge essential for accountability, we have enough. The challenge is love and obedience.

A Life Hidden in Christ

Paul is in prison and the end of his life is near. In the midst of these circumstances he writes some powerful words: “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” That is a remarkable perspective on life but not an easy one to embrace. Let’s consider together what it means to adopt that point of view and how it might transform our lives.

Behind a Frowning Providence — Dan Waugh (24 Jul 2016)

In Acts 18:1-17, a lot of people feel God’s “frowning providence.” They face suffering, sometimes for Christ’s sake; other times they’re just caught up in evil that is being perpetrated in general. But, in this chapter we see God’s purposes ripening as he sovereignly works through their distress to build his kingdom.