Sunday Worship (School Year)
9:30-10:30AM Traditional | 11:00AM-12:00PM Contemporary
Sunday Worship (Summer)
10:00-11:00AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31st)

A God You Can Trust? — Bob Whitaker (19 Jan 2014)

Matthew 7:7-12. Jesus describes God as a most loving father. In fact, it appears he believes that God will give us whatever we want. “Ask and you will receive.  Seek and you will find…” On the surface, these seem like open-ended promises…but are they? Suppose you asked for what was not in your best interest. Would a good parent give it to you anyway? Is it possible that a good parent would deny a request to their children? Giving a child anything that he/she asks for is not exactly good parenting, is it? Surely we ought to evaluate the promises of Jesus in light of these experiences, shouldn’t we? How are we to understand this teaching of Jesus? 

Let God Be the Judge — Bob Whitaker (12 Jan 2014)

“Judge not or you will be judged” (Matthew 7:1). These words of Jesus are quoted often and they are frequently invoked when someone is feeling protective of another, insulted or personally threatened. As usual, we tend to use the words as if we know their exact meaning, but do we? Is Jesus suggesting that words of judgment should never be used? Does he mean that we should not be discerning about what is good or bad, moral or immoral? Is Jesus suggesting that we ought not make judgments in court, enforce laws or punish criminals? Some claim that this is exactly what Jesus is teaching. This Sunday we will renew our study of the life and teaching of Jesus – rediscovering his teachings.

Connexion: The Original KoK – Bob Whitaker (15 Dec 2013)

Bob explains the significance of calling Jesus King, and why it is an incredibly important designation for Jesus despite how odd it sounds to our modern ears. He isn’t President, He is King, the King of Kings. This is the conclusion to our ‘Rediscovering Jesus’ series.