When Morality is No Better than Paganism

Idolatry is often subtle. The subtlety comes because we tend to make idols of good things. We can fixate so much on a particular good thing that it becomes an ultimate thing. Anytime we think that we cannot be happy or satisfied as a result of not having something, we […]
By |August 14th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on When Morality is No Better than Paganism

Why Foolishness is Better than Self-Esteem

The story of Zacchaeus is often relegated to the children’s wing. But as Pastor David reminds us in a new post, it is a story with great Gospel power that instructs us in how to live freely under the fear of God rather than the fear of man. He writes: If you could […]
By |May 5th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Why Foolishness is Better than Self-Esteem

Equipped Wednesday Sign Ups

Sign up for classes for the next Semester of Equipped Wednesday classes that begin April 8th. To sign up online, click here.
By |March 22nd, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Equipped Wednesday Sign Ups

Easter Social Media Graphics

To help us spread the word about our two services for Easter Sunday, we have created several graphics you can use in your social media. Whether you change your heeader photo or simply share one these graphics, you will help us get the word out. An easy way to invite […]
By |March 15th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Easter Social Media Graphics

Spurgeon on Christians who Rail Against the Times

The current conspiracy theory, sky-is-falling, outrage culture can’t be reconciled with what the Bible says about living in the already of Christ’s Kingdom. Christians ought to be the last people to fall prey to doom and gloom hopeless theology, but sadly, it is thriving in contemporary evangelicalism. The problem is […]
By |March 11th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Spurgeon on Christians who Rail Against the Times
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    A Simple Guide to Reading and Applying the Bible with Jesus as the Hero

A Simple Guide to Reading and Applying the Bible with Jesus as the Hero

Since the whole story of the Bible is about Jesus, it’s important for us to read all of Scripture with this in mind. But sometimes, we have trouble figuring out how to do that. To help us toward that end, Pastor David has written a very helpful and simple post about […]
By |March 8th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on A Simple Guide to Reading and Applying the Bible with Jesus as the Hero

Mine!: Battling Idolatry One Toy at a Time

“Mine!” is a declaration with which most parents are all too familiar. Parents often respond to fighting over toys and possessions by becoming referees and sorting out what happened in order to decide the fair way to proceed. The parent becomes an investigator to find out the facts of the […]
By |February 12th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Mine!: Battling Idolatry One Toy at a Time

“Witness” Social Media Photos

We have created images for social media to help promote our new sermon series, Witness. Click each image and then save them for use as your Facebook/Twitter profile picture and cover/header photo to help get the word out. We will also be sharing quotes and photos through our social media accounts […]
By |January 21st, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on “Witness” Social Media Photos

Read the Bible Together Testimony

We asked people to share how the Bible reading plan we did as a church in 2014 impacted them. Check out their responses in the video below. If you’d like to use the same plan we used last year, download it by clicking here (PDF).
By |January 4th, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Read the Bible Together Testimony

Don’t Just Read the Bible for Yourself

Jonathan Parnell has an excellent post at DesiringGod on the point of Bible reading. Towards the middle of the post he writes: This walking piece keeps us from confining our Bible interpretation to our heads. We are left here to live here, and the Bible has everything to do […]
By |January 1st, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on Don’t Just Read the Bible for Yourself