All I Have Is All I've Got


August 8, 2021 • Betsy Burke • 2 Kings 7:1–10

Everyone has a story. When we learn more about the people we encounter we find connections that may surprise us and often help us understand one another. And of more importance, our testimony can be a meeting place between God and the people we share our story with. What keeps us from sharing our stories and what could happen if we let others know us better?


August 1, 2021 • Randy Hageman • Matthew 6:19–21, 2 Corinthians 8:7–15, 2 Corinthians 9:6–15, Luke 21:1–4, 2 Samuel 21:1–4

Just as we sometimes feel like we don't have the time or talents to help the work of Christ, we can also think the same thing about our financial resources, our treasure. It’s too easy to compare ourselves to others, but that’s not God desire for us. Instead, He wants us to discover the joy of what He can do with anything we genuinely offer Him, out of gratitude for all He’s done for us. You might just be surprised at what a difference He can make through you when you make yourself available!


July 25, 2021 • Randy Hageman

Many people can’t imagine God using their time or talents, but all through the Bible, God used unlikely people. Often, the difference between someone God uses and someone He doesn’t isn’t their ability but their availability. Understanding our role as the biblical model of a steward makes all the difference in what God does. For, as we’ll see this morning, God’s plan has always been to entrust every follower of Jesus with the time and talents to serve His Kingdom.