In this message, we look at the interaction with Gabriel and Zechariah. We are reminded that we, just like Zechariah, can be afraid and doubt God’s promises. We are reminded that God is good, and we can trust Him with our lives.
Archive for month: November, 2014
This season has a way of distracting us. We long for the peripheral and miss the significance of the season. 2000 years ago the people longed for a Savior. Zechariah and his wife, Elizabeth longed for a child. Their prayers were answered. Unspeakable joy followed and the Lord was blessed. As we examine the account of Zechariah and the birth of his son, will you ask yourself if your heart has been prepared for unspeakable joy this Christmas season?
Thanksgiving is hopefully a time when we slow down for gratitude each year. The history of God’s relationship with us can be told through the lens of several meals.
“Are you thankful? What are you thankful for? In this message, we take a look at Psalm 103. We discover that David was incredibly thankful for who God is and what He has done, and we are reminded that we are invited to the same type of attitude towards God.
In Jesus’ prayer in the Garden, He prays that the Disciples would serve the world. God wants our lives to be living stones for HIs glory to the world.
In this message, we learn that personal ministry means that we choose serving over observing. As we look again at John 17, we see that Jesus promised to continue to make His Name known to us…and we are reminded that we have the privilege of cooperating with His mission through serving others.
In this message, we continue to study John 17. We learn that it is actually possible to have spiritual intimacy with the God of the Universe…which is great news! We discuss ways that we can pursue God in order to cultivate intimacy with Him.
In John 15, Jesus says that he is the Vine and we are the branches. If we remain connected to him, we have life. Apart from him, we whither and die. Join us as we talk about what it looks like to have Spiritual Intimacy with the King of the Universe, and three specific ways we can cultivate our relationship with Him.
As Jesus prays in John 17, He prays for the Disciples to have unity, not uniformity. He prays for unity with transparency in the middle of diversity.
In this message, we continue our study of John 17. We see that Jesus asked the Father for 3 miracles…including unity with one another. We learn that authentic community means choosing connection rather than isolation.