O Taste and See

Experiencing Satisfaction from the Redeemer

March 31, 2019 • Lance Lewis • Psalm 34

This morning we are privileged to have previous Pastoral Intern, Lance Lewis, with us to open up God’s Word. Our anchor text of scripture will be Psalm 34, where we find David, the rightful King of Israel, running from King Saul in the wilderness. During this troubling time, David chose to find his protection and satisfaction in the Lord (1 Samuel 21-22). He also penned two psalms, one describing his affliction (Psalm 56), and the other describing his deliverance (Psalm 34). These Psalms of David continue to resonate with believers because they remind us of who God is in every circumstance. Join us as we look at both the blessings of the afflicted and the lessons we can learn while living in affliction.

Cole Albright

July 12, 2020

Today we are privileged to have Cole Albright with us. Cole is a Missionary-Appointee headed to the country of Peru. He is a graduate of both Faith Baptist Bible College and Liberty University. He and his wife Debbie have four children (two biological and two adopted). Today Cole will explain a little bit of his passion for Peru, the Gospel, and the work of missions both here and everywhere. Welcome, Cole, to the prairie!

Every People & Tribe

June 7, 2020 • David Cotner

As our nation is being ripped apart by racism and riots, many of us, as the people of God, are scared, confused, angry, and grieving. How do we make sense of all this? What does the Bible say about all this? Many of us would just rather hide under the proverbial blanket and hope (and pray) it all goes away. But should we be doing something more? What else can we do? Join us as we open God's Word and administer biblical perspective and hope amidst pain and panic.

Timeless Truths In Turbulent Times - Part 5

Psalm 150 • April 26, 2020 • David Cotner

As we land the plane on this special COVID-19 mini-series, we find ourselves in a "parable of praise" - Psalm 150! Indeed, this psalm is all about praise. As we dive into the text, we come face to face with a command (given no less than 13x), namely, "praise the Lord!" But what is praise? And where, why, and how should we praise the Lord? Find out as we dive into the jubilant world of Psalm 150!