Last week and this we’re looking at the Saints of God. Is there any hope for each of us? Last week we learned that saints are not perfect people, but people called to serve and work together. This week we look at that working together part. God equips us and calls each to be part of something far bigger than we could ever imagine. Are you in? Please join us for worship—just over 28 minutes of song, scripture, prayer, praise, and reflection. Our scriptures are Matthew 5: 1-12 and Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-17. Continue reading →
Racism, religious supremacism, fear of the “other” in all kinds of forms are sources of division that have always seemed to tear at the fabric of the Church, the body of Christ—and continue to do so today, sometimes with great viciousness. What is a Christian to do? How are Christians to respond and best share the Gospel with people of the world?
Centuries ago the Apostle Paul had a similar question in mind when he wrote to the Colossians to give his thoughts. In our worship this week we explore these words, with wisdom on how we behave as the church today, so we can be most effective at working where we live as Christ’s disciples. Continue reading →
The Corinthians were having a tough go of getting along with each other. Know anyone like that? When anger, pride, hurt feelings, resentment, sin get between members of a church—one needs the Apostle Paul’s teachings to remind us that we can be reconciled by putting something else between us. That’s our theme today, using the scripture in 2 Corinthians 5:11-21. Minister Daren Huber will be bringing our message. Continue reading →