Are you finding yourself challenged to live as a Christian in an increasingly secular world? Is it easier for you to turn your back or say nothing when things happen that are contrary to what you believe? Do you see the role of the church as the place to be encouraged and strengthened in your faith? Does your identity with Christ play an important role in your identity with the church? What is the "staying power" in the church for you? Is there something you would like to see the church do in the name of Christ that it has never done before? There is one key element that speaks to each one of these questions and that's what we will be looking at this Sunday. Read I Corinthians 1: 10-18 in preparation for worship.
Lest the Cross of Christ Be Emptied of Its Power
September 16, 2018
September 16, 2018 • Pastor Peter Van Dyke • 1 Corinthians 1:10
January 20, 2019 • January 20, 2019 • Pastor Dave Dick
Being on mission with the Gospel means working together to accomplish God’s will. It often means sacrificing our personal wants and desires in order to realize the intended mission outcome of sharing the Gospel. This week Paul challenges each of us as the church, reminding us that like Paul, we were made for more.
A Balancing Act
January 13, 2019 • January 13, 2019 • Pastor Dave Dick
God’s word commands us to love one another and this week Paul challenges us to consider how that love is to be lived out. Utilizing a controversial issue of his time, eating the meat of sacrificed idols, Paul brings to mind the many gray areas that we face today. Are we willing to put our freedoms aside in order to extend God’s grace to those around us?
January 6, 2019 • January 6, 2019 • Pastor Dave Dick
Happy New Year! This week we move back into our series “Made for More” a study in the book of 1 Corinthians. As we rejoin the apostle Paul, in the chapter he tackles some questions that many continue to ask today. What do I do with my life? Is there more than this? What career should I pursue? Am I where God wants me? Join us Sunday as we kick off the new year together on mission with the Gospel.