For today’s devotion, Pastor Keith Butler invites you to worship our Lord and Savior.
We all have days when we don’t live up to what we believe. Each day, may this be our prayer: Oh Lord help me be A little more like mercy A little more like grace A little more like kindness, goodness, love, and faith A little more like patience A little more like peace A...
Please join us for worship and a message from Judges 9. Karl Marx compared religion to a drug that people take to evade reality, but he was wrong. Faith in Jesus Christ allows us to see the world with greater clarity not less, and to face whatever challenges come our way. Today’s message takes us...
Our world is broken and full of pain. Many people wonder if there is any hope. The Book of Revelation does not ask us to pretend that our sorrows are not real, but it does promise us a very great hope. Even if you have not joined us for the first nine sessions, join us...
If you leave batteries in a flashlight, they will be drained even if the flashlight is not used. Pastor Keith Butler reminds us that we can be drained the same way, and need to be purposeful about looking at the relationships we rekindle as pandemic restrictions ease.
Please join us for worship and hear Pastors Robert Barnes and Keith Butler each share a brief message about Resurrection.
Just in time for Easter we have some good news: In the end Christ wins! After 18 chapters of mostly bad news, joins us this week and next to see how the book turns out! Presenter: Rev. Robert Barnes
It can be very easy to skip from the celebration of Palm Sunday to the celebration of Easter without taking time to consider the events of the week in between. For today’s devotion, we invite you to enter into the story of Holy Week as you watch and listen to this song.
Please join us for Palm Sunday worship as we think about the crowds around Jesus during Holy Week, and Pastor Robert Barnes challenges us to consider which crowd we would be in. An order of worship with sermon notes, song lyrics, and announcements may be found here.
This week’s lesson is about one of the most infamous symbols of evil in the Bible, the “Great Whore of Babylon”. We will be examining both how to, and how not to, interpret what this sign means. Presenter: Rev. Robert Barnes