Services on Matthew
Scripture: Matthew 25:24-25, 28 What are you afraid of? If you say “Nothing,” then you are in the minority of people in the USA. According to the National Institutes of Health research, more than 70% of Americans report having one or more “unreasonable” fears. Basically, so many people live their lives paralyzed by fear. In this series, kNOw Fear, we are going to address fears of failure, rejection, closeness, and fear of losing it. In 2 Timothy 1:7 we are told that…
So many things come to mind around the Christmas Season the thing so many of us look forward to are those great Christmas Carols. O Holy Night, O Come All Ye Faithful, Away in A Manger, O Come, O Come Emmanuel, and many others ring out strong to bring the message of Christ to the forefront.
Despite the chaos and uncertainty in the world this year, we celebrate Jesus’ birth as a church family. And for the first time since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we celebrate Communion together. Music, scripture, and a message about “Change of Plans” reminded us of God’s son and all he did for us.
Over the next 7 weeks, these heart-felt messages will enable us to break the silence, reduce the stigma, and remind people that it is not a sin to be sick, and the church to become a place of refuge and hope for all those in pain: physical, emotional and mental.
In this 4-week series, we will cut through the rhetoric and falsehood as Jesus gives us his truth as he tells us, I Did Not Say That.
A fun filled, family Christmas Eve service filled with song, scripture, and a family involved Christmas story.
This 4-week Christmas sermon series explores several classic Christmas films that remind us all of the joy, hope, faith and love displayed in Jesus’ coming to earth.
This six-week series covers a variety of topics that you wanted to hear most. So we tallied up the top six topics you wanted to know about and put them in 6-week this series, “You Wanted to Know.”
In God’s design of humans, he created bodies that need rest,. He did not make rest a suggestion, he commanded it. But rest is not something we choose for ourselves. What are we missing out on as we choose not to rest? Join us this Sunday as we look at finding rest that draws us closer to God and makes us more productive.
Everyone wants to be happy. But what makes us happy? And why is happiness easy to find, but hard to keep? In this church-wide series and study, we will look at just these questions to discover our quest for happiness.
This week we will look at how No Thing in life can make you happy it is about relationship.
Often when we are in the midst of a bad day or struggle, we often feel so alone and even isolate ourselves from others. In our bad days and moment of challenge in life we may wonder where you are God.. In week #3 of the series, we look at My God, My God, Why?