Rest Despite Barriers

Distressing Conflict

September 30, 2018 • David Cotner • Philippians 4:2-9

Today we land the plane on our current mini-series, “Rest Despite Barriers”, by looking at the barrier of distressing conflict, specifically, relational conflict. Indeed, there is perhaps no greater pain than the pain of relational conflict. Think about it. Haven’t most of the deepest pains in your life revolved around some sort of relational conflict that you could not or would not resolve? In Philippians 4, the Apostle Paul tackles the issue of conflict in a very startling, but practical way. Join us as we unpack truths from this great chapter and discover God’s joy, presence, and peace in the midst of any conflict.

Rest Despite Restlessness

Simplistic Conclusion? • November 11, 2018 • David Cotner

Augustine once said, “Thou hast made us for Thyself, O God, and our heart is restless till it rests in Thee.” In today’s final installment in the “Rest Despite Noise” mega-series, we will unpack Augustine’s famous quote by asking the question: “How is it possible to truly get our restless hearts to rest in God alone?” Indeed, King Solomon searched high and low for true rest, but only found true rest in one location. Join us as we unpack Solomon’s discovery in the final two chapters of his most puzzling, but practical book – Ecclesiastes!

Rest Despite Restlessness

The King's Miscellaneous Musings... • November 4, 2018 • David Cotner

As we continue our series finale, “Rest Despite Restlessness”, we come now to the proverbs of Solomon in his book, Ecclesiastes. What is a proverb, you ask? Well, a proverb is a pithy statement that showcases a general truth about life in order to give you clarity and direction in life. In today’s segment, we will showcase King Solomon’s most important proverbs about life, wisdom, and foolishness. Yes, join us as King Solomon acts as our personal Life Coach, explaining to us his miscellaneous musings about life “under the sun.”

Rest Despite Restlessness

Timeless Thoughts on Time • October 28, 2018 • David Cotner

In today’s message, we come now to a most timeless subject. Can you guess what it is? Here’s a riddle from J.R.R. Tolkien’s mythical creature, Gollum, in regards to today’s topic: “This thing all things devours: Birds, beasts, trees, flowers. Gnaws iron. Bites steel. Grinds hard stones to meal. Slays king, ruins town, and beats high mountain down.” What’s the answer, you ask? Time. Yes, welcome to installment three of our current series finale, “Rest Despite Restlessness”, in which we investigate King Solomon’s timeless thoughts on time.