I Can See Clearly Now

April 2, 2023 • Pastor Scott Randlett • John 9:1–11

Jesus sees us even when we can't see Him. We must be slow to judge the suffering of others. God uses our suffering to display His power. We can trust the heart of God when we can't see the hand of God. There will always be opposition to our miracle. We can choose to worship Jesus, even if we are alone.

The Perfect Storm

March 26, 2023 • Pastor Scott Randlett • John 6:16–21, Matthew 14:22–33

Certain storms are unavoidable. How can we experience a miracle in the middle of a storm? We trust in God's character, listen to God's voice, focus on God's face, and reach for God's grace.

It Doesn't Add Up

March 19, 2023 • Pastor Scott Randlett • John 6:66–68

In Whose hands is your situation? In order to be a committed follower, not just a casual fan, we must get prepared for the test, remove the excuses, and value the small things. We must not delay in giving what we already have. God is the One who blesses and multiplies. Our generosity is the key to someone else's miracle.

Getting Nothing and Going Nowhere

March 12, 2023 • Pastor Scott Randlett • John 5:1–18

There is hope when you're at the end of your rope because there is One who sees, knows, and cares about your pain. Desire change and change your expectations. Worship God for who He is more than what He does. Spiritual holiness and obedience are better than physical health. Remember, Jesus is God.

From Long Distance

March 5, 2023 • Pastor Scott Randlett • John 4:43–54

Everyone has faith in something. What is the object of your faith? With a faith and life in crisis, we tend to pay attention to what is right in front of us, but hardship and crisis can happen no matter who we are. Remember: never be too proud to come to Jesus. Take Jesus at His word even if it doesn’t make sense. And your response to crisis impacts the future of others.