Psst – Pass it on!

Who are those people who have passed along faith to you?  Who are those mentors in your life?  Like Paul, who was instructed in the ways of communion, handed down to him from others – what are those faith items in your life that you need to take up yourself, to pass on to others,…

A Father’s Love

God wants us all to become one of his children – to have a relationship not unlike Father and Son (or Daughter).   Much like Paul said in Galatians – Because you are his sons, God sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, the Spirit who calls out, “Abba, Father.” 7 So you are no…

Its Starts With YOU

Are you tired?  Tired of politics – tired of current events – tired of things that seem to be moving faster and faster, more out of control each and every day? Its no wonder many of us ask “When Lord! Oh when are you going to change things?”  After all, didn’t you tell us in…

Find Balance In Crisis

Ever feel like you’re living life in a constant state of emergency?  Seems strange doesn’t it?   On one hand, we have the victory in Jesus’s resurrection – on the other, we have tragedy, pain, and sometimes suffering in the world around us.  How do we manage this duality?  How do we find balance in God’s message?…

VBS 2017 Is Here!

Sign Your Kids Up Now For Vacation Bible School 2017! Our week-long summer day-camp for kids, VBS brings even the most introverted kid out of his shell!  Singing, dancing, crafting, and laughing – its all apart of God’s master plan to bring these kids fun, fellowship, and of course – His Word.   Sign up for…

Humility, Still Human

This week we look at the famous quote from C. S. Lewis, and learn that living a humble, Jesus-centered life doesn’t mean thinking less of yourself – its more about thinking of yourself less.    

Are You Willing?

When others shunned, Jesus willingly engaged.  Where should you “boldly go” with those in your life who are shunned or abandoned?  When they need you most, are you willing?

Dead? Alive!

The Dead Sea “takes”, but does not give.  The Sea Of Galilee on the other hand may take, but gives aplenty.  One is dead.  The other is alive.  Sometimes we need, but we must always give in order to truly be alive.