Services on John (Page 2)
The table is not just a place to eat but rather a place where discipleship and growth can take place. Around the table, we find a place for more than food. We can discover discipleship, relationship, outreach, healthy lives, remembrance, place to be thankful – so important and now more than ever we need to be committed to it.
We’ve been through celebrations of New Year, Easter, graduations, maybe even birthdays, and here we are at Summertime. In this message, we want to look at how God wants us to enjoy life; yet, you may have found yourself in a season of anything but that. So we want look at how we can all restore the joy of the Lord into our lives in the message, Summer In-joyment.
In week #5 we want to look at what out past relationships do to our future ones. We need to be careful or our hurts and actions can lead us to lose our influence. Join in this week as we step away from the usual to experience UnUsual Influence.
In week #2 we will look at what it takes to take commitment out of the warped definition the world provides and see what God thinks.
SCRIPTURE: Romans 12:1-2 (MSG); John 3:16 (KJV) How are your relationships? Do your relationships just seem to be more of the “same old same old.” Do you desire to have relationships in your life that look a be different than “the usual” one that seem to be all around you? Regardless of the point you are in life, whether you are have been in a relationship for years, are in a brand new one, going through broken relationships, or believe you…
In this final week of the series, we will look at how we can live life rooted and based Livin’ on the Prayers.
As we journey through this series, I hope that you are challenged in the core areas of our faith as we delve deeper into what it means to be a follower of Jesus who is “crazy in love” with God and may it resonate with you, forever. This week we kick off our introduction to the series with the message, “When You’re in Love…It’s Crazy”
There are so many times we cannot see or hear what God is doing or even see God at all due to all the noise and interference of life. In this series we will find out how to tune out distractions in life and see & hear God more clearly.
In week #4 of the series, we will take a look at the close encounter of Jesus and Nicodemus as Matthew Northwood will be with us sharing how Nicodemus’ encounter and our encounter with Jesus are life-changing while we must also beware of the truth we can miss in the midst of the encounter.
This week is our Children’s Christmas Program. The kids have been really working on it so come out to support them. This will be followed by a brief message called, Christmas Expressed, by Jack Cohen. All of these will set the celebration of Christmas in the correct context and really have us ready for Christ to move in our hearts this season.
Thanksgiving for many is one of the best holidays. Just think about it, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, etc. It is so awesome!!! Now when we look at our lives, events high and low always seem to be surrounded by food. In this week’s sermon, we will look at how the idea of “food reflects a God’s grace.”
In week one, we will ask the question: How Can I Hear God’s Voice? Have you heard people say that “God told me this” or “God say that”? Have you ever wondered how they heard God or if they even heard God at all. In this message we will look at how we can hear God’s voice.