Understanding The Holy Spirit
Part 1 • June 13, 2019 • Pastor Chris Goeppner
We probably understand who God is, and who Jesus is, but that third part of the trinity - Holy Spirit - is often left misunderstood. It's important that we gain a biblical understanding of who exactly is the Holy Spirit, and what role He plays in the life of believers.
Climbing The Mountain Of Sickness
Part 2 • April 25, 2019 • Pastor Chris Goeppner
As the highest undeveloped mountain in VT, Camel's Hump is very recognizable and can be a difficult climb on some trails. Like its' 4 major summit trails, there are 4 trails on the mountain of sickness that we might climb. Most climb this mountain at some point in their lives, so we should learn how to climb it well.
Climbing The Mountain Of Isolation & Loneliness
Part 1 • April 18, 2019 • Pastor Chris Goeppner
What makes Mount Monadnock unique is that its alone, isolated over 30 miles away from the next mountain. Similarly, there is an epidemic of isolation and loneliness in America. So how do we successfully climb this mountain of isolation in our lives?
Water to Wine? Why?
Week 2 • March 14, 2019 • Pastor Chris Goeppner
John wrote the gospel to prove conclusively to the readers that Jesus is the Son of God, the Messiah, and that all who believe in Him will have eternal life! He does this by recording some specific miracles that Jesus performed and John was a witness to.
Decisions of Defective Daters
Week 4 • February 28, 2019 • Dustin Riggott
6/10 marriages end in divorce. Half of the ones that survive report little or no intimacy whatsoever. We've learned that God has created us and its not good to be alone, BUT we're making some bad decisions when it comes to dating relationships.
Marriage: A Conversation
Week 3 • February 21, 2019 • Pastor Matt & Rachel Burge
A marriage relationship has the power and potential to either build you up or tear you down. Matt & Rachel Burge sit down and have a conversation about their marriage: how it started, what it's gone through, and how they've made it last.