09.26.21 // 11 am
September 26, 2021 • Dr. Dave Bryan • Hebrews 11:8–12
Natural disasters drive us to shelter. In a tornado, we go to the cellar. In a flood, we seek high ground. But where would we go in an earthquake? Such devastation takes away all places of safety and security. There is no place to stand. So it is when God brings moments of upheaval into our lives, when following Him leads to things that do not make sense or have no foundation in the reality we experience. Faith in the One who has saved us is also a faith that stands on the promise that nothing is impossible with God. When He leads us to the impossible, He is leading us to trust Him as He makes the way.
09.19.21 // 11 am
September 19, 2021 • Dr. Dave Bryan • Hebrews 11:7
Planning is usually a comfortable thing. We see the desired outcome and we will order our steps to get ready for it. We want to be successful, so we prepare today for what we want to happen tomorrow. Yes, it is comfortable. It is secure. It is predictable. But what if God wants us to prepare, but we don’t know what we are preparing for? What if faith asks us to prepare for God’s plans and not ours?
09.12.21 // 11 am
September 12, 2021 • Dr. Jimmy Draper • John 7:37–39
09.05.21 // 11 am
September 5, 2021 • Dr. Dave Bryan, Sr. Pastor • Hebrews 11:5–6
Sight is an amazing gift. Our Lord designed us to see! Yet, we also understand there is another kind of sight, another way of seeing. Hebrews calls it faith. As we consider the words used to describe the ancient man named Enoch, we are challenged by how our faith affects our perception.