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New Life Through Christ — Bob Whitaker (30 Aug 2015)

From John 3:1-17. At least one thing is clear from Nicodemus’ encounter with Jesus – knowing about God is not the same thing as knowing God. Being religious is not the same thing as having a relationship with God. We’ve heard Jesus’ words, “you must be born again” so many times, but sometimes familiarity eclipses the meaning of words. Let’s go back to that encounter and try to understand it again.

Faith Is an Experience — Bob Whitaker (23 Aug 2015)

This is the first message in our fall 2015 series Encounters With Jesus. John the Baptist has several encounters with Jesus, the first coming while he is still in the womb of his mother. All these various encounters with Jesus tell a story of faith. As we consider John’s encounters with Jesus we realize that faith is not a static reality but a life-long experience.

The Good News as Redemption — Bob Whitaker (2 Aug 2015)

The good news about Jesus Christ is massive. Not only is it for everyone, it is about everything. As Christ followers, it is our responsibility to discover how to apply the good news to all of life. For the next three Sundays, we are going consider the expansive nature of the good news concerning Jesus Christ.

Abandoned — Dan Waugh (26 July 2015)

Pastor Dan brings the series Songs in the Night to a close with Psalm 44, which recounts the experience and prayer of the people of God as a whole after a bewildering defeat leaves them feeling abandoned by God. This Psalm has a lot to say to us, not only as individuals but as the church corporate.

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?