Hear the command “go” and the promise “I will be with you.” The old testament story is the same today!
“Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead” – What does it mean to be committed to God’s Future?
The psalmist encourages people as they worship in the temple.
They are in God’s presence and are encouraged to be exuberant in their praise and thanksgiving. Likewise for us, thankfulness puts life into perspective.
Jesus came to take away our wretched state, and did so as “one of us” by carrying the burden of human sin to the cross.
“Come and See” – such wonderful words to gather us in to get a closer look at Jesus.
The journey that we call Faith has been rightly called “The Greatest Story Ever Told!” Where does the journey start for you? As we look at the first chapter of the story, we are reminded that where our faith journey begins can have a huge impact on how we walk out our faith journey in life.
How are you sustained when you go through tough times?
Two special sisters figured prominently in Jesus’ life, presenting for us a perfect opportunity to observe Jesus developing warm and deep friendships with Mary and Martha (and their brother). Martha’s relationship went from work to worship as Jesus, in his time, revealed his divine nature to her! Their story will give your story with Jesus abundant life as you see him as they did.
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper and learn what it means to be “Free as a Bird”
Pastor Ted Bootsma (and Rambi) brings a message about Serving with the End in View