March 2014

1 Corinthians 6:12-20 – Stewards of Our Bodies

There is no area of stewardship more personal than that of our bodies. However, what we put into them has everything to do with what kind of person we become, which then has an impact on everyone around us. Join us as we consider some healthy habits for living from 1 Corinthians 6.

James 4:13-17 – Stewards of Our Time

God has entrusted us with many things as His stewards, including our time here on earth. Everyday we are faced with countless choices as to how we will spend that time. Why is time and how we spend it important? Join us in our study of James 4 as we answer these questions.

February 2014

Psalm 139:1-16 – Stewards of Our Relationships

The psalms tell us that the earth is the Lord’s…and all who live in it. Today we receive a reminder that we are all created by God and belong to Him, which means that we are really more like stewards when it comes to our human relationships. Join us as we consider God’s take on relationships and how we can prioritize them as stewards of all that God has entrusted to us.

Genesis 1 – Stewards of Our World

We are stewards (caretakers, managers) of all that God has given us. What does God, as the owner of all things, have to say to us about what He has given? What is our responsibility? Join us in Genesis 1 as we start our study on stewardship and consider our stewardship of the Earth.

Hebrews 11:31 – Rahab

When faced with life’s circumstances, we are often given a choice: trust God, or not. Hebrews 11 touches on the story of Rahab, a seemingly unlikely candidate to be mentioned in the same biblical breath as Moses, Abraham and Noah. But because she trusted God when others did not, it’s her kind of faith that God is calling all of us to.

January 2014

Genesis 22:1-18 – Abraham

It would be difficult to find a story to demonstrate faith greater than Abraham’s, as he trusted God in a moment when most of us would not. Join us as we survey the life of Abraham from the book of Genesis and consider some lessons he learned about faith as he trusted God…no matter what.

Exodus 12:31-42 – Moses

Hebrews 11, our central text for this series, gives us three examples of how Moses lived by faith and demonstrated true faith for all to see. Moses lived a life marked by challenges and obstacles, but one which was defined by his faith. This is the third installment of our continuing series on biblical faith.

Genesis 6:9-22 – Noah

The story of Noah is one of the first and most famous stories in the Bible. Join us as we learn from his example what it means to live by faith in the midst of adversity, storms and uncertainty!

Hebrews 11:1-3 – What is Faith?

Everyone has faith in something, but what kind of faith actually pleases God? And what does it mean to have faith? Join us as we study the eleventh chapter of Hebrews and consider a biblical definition of faith.

December 2013

Christmas Eve Service

Join us as we sing carols and survey the Scriptures on this Christmas Eve. (The recording begins part way through the first Scripture reading.)

Revelation 21:22-27 – The Light of Eternity

The life of Jesus, the light of the world, was foretold by the prophets, signaled by a star and served to heal and correct those living in darkness. Jesus is now at God’s right hand, but His work is not complete. Join us as we study Revelation 21 to learn how Jesus will continue to serve as the light of the world throughout eternity.

John 3:1-21 – Jesus Came to Be the Light

After hearing from Isaiah and Matthew about the coming light, it is time to hear from Jesus about what it means to walk in the light. Hear two stories from the Gospel of John about how Jesus changes lives by being the light of the world.

Matthew 2:1-12 – The Light to Show the Way

Matthew’s gospel contains a story about the wise men who came to worship Jesus, which serves as an inspiration to us as we follow the light of Christ. Join us as we expose some myths about the wise men (the Magi) and consider what this story means to us today.

Isaiah 9:1-2, 6-7 – The Light Was Coming

Isaiah lived in a time when Israel was disobedient toward God and very few people followed Him. But He brought a message of good news, that a king was coming unlike any they had ever had before, one who would shine light into their darkness.

November 2013

Luke 9:21-27 – Being a Disciple

Many people claim to be Christian, but what does it take to actually be a disciple of Jesus? Join us as we consider Jesus’ words from Luke 9 and learn about the attributes of a true disciple.

Matthew 28:16-20 – Go

While only some are gifted as evangelists, every Christian is called, equipped and qualified to be a witness. Join us as we consider the implications one of Jesus’ last commands and His great commission, to go and make disciples.

Mark 6:30-34 – Having Compassion for the Lost

Jesus spent all of his time in ministry serving the needs of others, all the way to the cross. If we are to follow in His footsteps by leading others to Him, fulfilling our call to be fishers of men, we are going to have to share in His compassion for the hurting and lost souls around us, who are like sheep without a shepherd.

John 15:9-17 – Harvesting Love

As we finish our series on Harvesting Fruit, we consider the first fruit of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians 5 – love. Join us as we learn from Jesus what love is and how to better share it with others.

October 2013

Psalm 37:1-9 – Harvesting Peace

One thing we all wish we had more of is peace. God is the god of peace, Jesus promised leave peace with us and the Holy Spirit plants it in our hearts, so why are we so short on it? Join us in our study of Psalm 37 as we learn how to grow and protect peace.

Galatians 5:22-23 – Harvesting Patience, Faithfulness and Self-Control

How are you when it comes to patience? How about faithfulness or self-control? Join us as we consider the Scriptures and the life of Jesus as we look to harvest these next three fruits of the Spirit in our lives.


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