Beautiful & Significant
Part 1 // Selah
October 28, 2018 • Pastor Marty
We will look at One Words, one at a time in this sermon series. These are Greek or Hebrew Biblical words that are beautiful and significant; words like Shalom, Maranatha and Koinonia. First in the series is the word "Selah". It is found 71 times in the Psalms and has a beautiful basic meaning: It means Pause and weighs the truth of what you have just heard. Let's pause and be still and Know that He is God.
Part 3 // Marantha
November 11, 2018 • Pastor Travis
This Sunday we are continuing in our series on one significant and beautiful word in Scripture. This week is the word, "Maranatha" which means, The Lord is Coming. We will be looking at two letters written to the church in Thessaloniki. Paul explains the significance of the Lord coming and how it can encourage our faith.
Part 4 // Yahweh
November 18, 2018 • Pastor Marty
How do you address God? Most of us follow Jesus' invitation to address God as our Heavenly Father; which, when you think about it is an incredible privilege. But at other times God has declared His actual name and asked His people to know Him and address Him by that name. This Sunday we will look at a name that God called Himself. It's possible that knowing the meaning of this "One Word" name of God and will cause us to approach Him differently and respond to Him with more beauty.
Part 5 // Koinonia
November 25, 2018 • Pastor Marty
Have you ever heard of the Greek word, Koinonia? It is usually translated in scripture as "Fellowship" but the word has a deeper meaning than the fellowship you might enjoy at a church potluck. When the word Koinonia is used it always depicts a life-altering relational connection between God and us who believe, as well as depicting the relational connection between all of us believers with each other. This community depicted is a significant and beautiful one and our question for this Sunday is "Have you experienced Koinonia?"
Part 7 // Contentment
November 17, 2019 • Pastor Travis
This Sunday we are going to worship around the theme of contentment. Zooming out a little more, the true desire is for us to glorify the Lord well in a culture that values success, busyness, and family. It is good to strive after goals. It is good to avoid idle hands. It is even a high good to love your family well. How can we do this from a place of contentment where it can be life-giving instead of a chore? How can we find joy in the striving of the good things God has placed before us? Let’s find out together this Sunday by looking at what God’s word has to teach us.