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Bless Me, Father, For I Have Sinned

Reframing The Story

Pastor Dave Romoser • November 4, 2018

Pastor Dave closes the series by taking a look at how the Church has lost traction in shaping culture and how living from the right narrative makes all the difference

The Kingdom Gospel

Pastor Dave Romoser • October 28, 2018

The "good news" that Jesus kept announcing and inviting people to experience was revolutionary and transformational for both the individuals who chose to "follow" him and, in turn, the culture where it took root. However, in our day and our culture, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that this is rarely the case. What are we missing?

Desires In Conflict

Pastor Dave Romoser • October 14, 2018

The number one criticism of the Church, by far, from those looking in from the outside is that Christians have done immense harm in their actions and their words in regards to those within the LGBT community. What would it look like to respond as followers of Jesus?

Kingdoms In Conflict

Pastor Dave Romoser • October 7, 2018

What does it look like to navigate the tension of being a follower of Jesus in a world where the political climate can often be divisive and polarized?

Judge Your Neighbor As Yourself

Pastor Dave Romoser • September 23, 2018

Apparently, the universal response to the question as to whether the Church is and/or has been judgmental is a resounding "YES!!" Pastor Dave takes a look at what Jesus said, what he didn't say, and what he did in regards to the human tendency to judge others.

Religious Fashion Shows

Pastor Dave Romoser • September 16, 2018 • Matthew 23:1-28

What attitude, from those who claim to know and obey the Scriptures, is acknowledged by most within the faith and is most frustrating to those outside the faith... and to Jesus?

The First Step

Pastor Dave Romoser • September 9, 2018

We begin a series designed to help us identify, hear and address the ways in which we, as individuals, as a local community of faith and as part of the larger Church, have failed to live, look, and love like Jesus to those around us, both inside and outside the faith