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Downcast and Thirsty — John Mangrum (19 Jul 2015)

Mankind has struggled with depression through the ages. Even notable theologians and historical figures were not exempt from its effects. There are no easy answers as to its causes or its cures. What can we learn from the psalmist’s struggle in Psalms 42-43 that will encourage us or those we know who are currently in this struggle?

Envy — John Mangrum (12 Jul 2015)

From Psalm 73. The Psalmist Asaph finds himself comparing his circumstances with the success of people who were not following God’s ways. How do we keep from letting this comparison game consume us?

Et tu, Brute? – Dan Waugh (5 Jul 2015)

This is the start of a four-week series, called “Songs in the Night” – a study of several psalms that prepare us for long, dark nights of the soul, periods of soul anguish. This week we’ll look at Psalm 55 and the pain caused by deep betrayal. Where do we find comfort when we’ve been wounded by a close friend?

Lord of Heaven and Earth — Bob Whitaker (28 Jun 2015)

From Revelation 1:1-8. We usually consider prophecy to be words which predict future events. However, prophecy is more often about the present – a word from God concerning how we should live now. Such instructions are always connected to the past and the future. This is especially true in the book of Revelation, which quite literally is “The revelation of Jesus Christ…the Alpha and Omega…the Lord of heaven and earth.”

A Call to Persevere — Bob Whitaker (21 June)

From Jude 17-25. The final words of the Epistle of Jude summarize its message. There are many things that could distract us from following “the way, the truth and the life,” but God is faithful. If we keep ourselves in God’s love and wait for the mercy of Jesus Christ we will inherit eternal life. In the midst of the struggles in this world that is a promise worth hearing and believing.

We Have Found the Messiah — David Mensah (14 Jun 2015)

We were pleased to have David and Brenda Mensah with us this weekend. This morning, David took us through Scripture to remind us that Jesus is the Lamb of God. He challenged us to share this exciting news with those around us and encouraged us with stories of God’s work in Ghana.

See below for a transcription of the message.

The Marks of a Christian — Bob Whitaker (7 Jun 2015)

The Epistles of John make it clear that not everyone who claims to be a Christian is actually a Christ-follower. According to the Apostle John there are three distinguishing characteristics of a Christian – belief, obedience and love. Those three words might sound like the title for a popular book but before we use them as a catch-phrase we should understand what John meant by those words.

Breaking It Down — Dan Waugh (31 May 2015)

From 1 Peter. In his letters, Peter reminds the church of two essential aspects of her identity. First, in relation to God, she is his chosen people, a holy nation. Second, in relation to the world, the church is a sojourning, pilgrim people – a people in exile longing for home. Both aspects of our identity have bearing on how we are called to live today.

James: A Living Faith in Christ — Josiah Leuenberger (24 May 2015)

This letter was written from the heart of a pastor deeply concerned with the hearts and minds of the people of his congregation and their ability to live authentically in light of what God has accomplished through Christ. James offers encouragement, through both empathy and tough love, to people who desperately need it.

James: A Living Faith in Christ — Josiah Leuenberger (24 May 2015)

This letter was written from the heart of a pastor deeply concerned with the hearts and minds of the people of his congregation and their ability to live authentically in light of what God has accomplished through Christ. James offers encouragement, through both empathy and tough love, to people who desperately need it.