A Christian Response to Natural Disasters

Various Scripture texts

September 15, 2019 • Eric Ryan

Many of us have seen the destruction in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. How do we process these tragedies through a Biblical lens? How do we respond to friends who are wrestling with this? Does the Bible address how to respond to natural disasters?

Deo Volente

August 9, 2020 • Bob Evans

The past 5 months should remind us that life is profoundly unpredictable. Yet as humans, we continue to seek continuity, stability, and a desire to control our circumstances. James deals with this mindset in 4:13-16. Today we look at the assumptions made by people who were consummate planners, the factors in life which challenge arrogance, and certainty about our "tomorrow" and the biblical mindset needed to go forward in life. Our message today is truly "Christianity that Walks," the subtitle of a recent sermon series on the practical wisdom from the book of James.

Shepherds, Sheep, and a Savior

Luke 2:8-14 • December 29, 2019 • Bob Evans

The arrival of the newborn Savior was first announced to shepherds, one of the lowliest occupations in Israel. The sheep over which they were watching were likely raised for a special purpose. This moment in the Christmas narrative reveals points us to the greater truth of who Jesus was, who He came to serve, and ultimately what He came into the world to accomplish.

The Good Portion

Luke 10:38-42 • December 8, 2019 • Eric Ryan

When Jesus came it became obvious; His goodness trumps everything. This was the king of the universe and loving Him with all our heart, soul, mind and strength would mean setting aside some really good things. This morning we look at the story of Martha and Mary in Luke 10. What does this mean for us now? What does it mean for this Christmas season?