The Bible speaks of us as having treasures in jars of clay, but do you ever feel like a “cracked pot”? We hope you’ll stick with us for just over 27 minutes for this worship, ready when you are, as we worship God in prayer, song, scripture and message that our worship team has made ready for you. Our prayer is that God will be glorified by this worship and that you will be blessed and uplifted by worshipping with us. We hope that you will share this worship with others in your life. We’ve put it together trying to think of people around the world, and also those who may not be able to get to a physical worship. Continue reading →
The Holy Spirit will travel on the bridges we build. That’s the idea we look at this Pentecost Sunday, while taking an extra long look at the boost that Jesus’ disciples got from the technology of the day, in some ways similar to now.
In addition to Acts 2:1-12, we’ll also take a look at the prophecy of Isaiah. Continue reading →
So much in this world will divide us. In so many places some people will be counted and included, but others will not. Yet at the table of the Lord, we can count on things being different, as our guest preacher this week, Rev. Pam Holt, reminds us. Continue reading →
So what all does one have to do, to come to Christ? People and books will tell you many things that you have to believe and do, tests you have to pass. Yet in today’s message, guest preacher Dean Phelps invites us to look at something at the heart of the matter, looking at Matthew 16:13-16. What do you think? How might this look in your life?
Our worship is 26 minutes long, with singing, prayer, scripture, all designed for you to join in as suits you. We hope that you'll be blessed by worshiping with DisciplesNet, finding ways your own faith in God can grow in theses trying times.
As we do every week, our time together includes a time of communion (breaking of the bread) where you may choose to participate, or simply meditate as we tell of Jesus' invitation to "do this in remembrance of me." Continue reading →
So how much humility is healthy? When does humility become holy? How might this look in your life? Our message today looks at this, as Rev. Russ Smith speaks from Philippians 2:3-8. This is part of our series that looks at how we as disciples of Christ live out our faith in God in the 21st century. Continue reading →