Honest To God
February 21, 2021 • Jeff Manion
Senior Pastor Jeff Manion begins the series, Honest to God, exploring Psalm 13. Through this conversation, we see King David’s honest interaction with God. We are challenged to use the three invitations of lament-complain, ask and trust, to have our own honest conversations with God. Psalm 13:1-6
Where Are You?
February 28, 2021 • Jeff Manion
Pastor Jeff Manion unpacks the internal undulations the songwriter experiences due to an external crisis. Through this conversation, we see four different responses that are honest and healthy. We are challenged to tell the truth, visit the past, talk to ourselves and remember what we believe in our conversations with God. Psalm 42:9-11
Why Do You Hide?
March 7, 2021 • Aaron Buer
Pastor Aaron Buer discusses how to respond when we see things in the world that bother us. Through this conversation, we see that God offers a way through the frustration. We are challenged to tell God how we feel, tell him what we want and tell him that we trust him. Psalm 10:1-6
Are You Done With Me?
March 14, 2021 • Aaron Buer
Pastor Aaron Buer walks through Asaph’s example of what to do in a spiritual crisis. Through this conversation, we see two emotions Asaph shares with God and a decision he makes. We are challenged to build a spiritual emergency fund by engaging the truths of God’s word through regular church attendance, daily Bible reading and memorizing Bible verses. Psalm 77:7-9
March 21, 2021 • Jeff Manion
Pastor Jeff Manion talks about how David takes his pain to God. Through this conversation, we see that David was emotionally honest about his deep wound, but he evidences a tenacious trust in God. We are challenged by the fact that when we are betrayed we can trust God because Jesus went through the full human experience on our behalf, including betrayal by those closest to him. Psalm 55
Songs For Life
March 28, 2021 • John Dickson
Guest Speaker John Dickson speaks about Psalm 22 and how it served not only as a pattern for Jesus, but can serve as a pattern for our prayers. Through this conversation, we can see the Psalms as songs for life. We are challenged to lean into them to build muscle memory for those moments when we don’t know how to talk to God. Psalm 22