Don’t Get Derailed

Don’t Get Derailed

A train pulls out slowly and gains speed over time. Once it reaches speed, it’s up to the crew to maintain momentum. As a church, we have gained a lot of speed this week. What can we do to maintain the momentum? In Joshua 6, we hear that building and maintaining...
Stay on Track

Stay on Track

For a train to get anywhere, it has to be connected to an engine. In order for the cargo to be delivered and the passenger to get where they are going, they have to stay on the track and be pulled by the lead car. Such as it is with church. Christ is the head, and we...
Look at That

Look at That

Happy 4th of July. On this day, we celebrate the freedom we enjoy as a nation. A rising tide raises all ships, and our neighbor’s success leads to our success. That is why coveting and jealousy are so destructive to the entire community. Hear more about this and how...
A Bountiful Harvest

A Bountiful Harvest

In the parable of the Sower in Matthew 13, Jesus explained that the seed that fell on good soil “produced a crop —a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.” When we sow the seeds of God’s word and gather the harvest of the kingdom, we cultivate the future of our...
Coming Out of the Fog

Coming Out of the Fog

It’s easy to run your car off of the road when you are driving in the fog. What about in life? How do we navigate when the pathway is not clear? When we are uncertain as to which way we should go? Listen to our worship video, entitled, “Coming Out of the Fog” to hear...
A Quarter Tank

A Quarter Tank

There is one thing this gas shortage has made apparent: Without fuel, you aren’t getting anywhere. And without the Spirit, the church isn’t getting anywhere either. This is Pentecost Sunday. Before Jesus sent the church on mission, he told them to wait first to be...