We believe many things in this life because we have been told they are true—the sun, for example, how do you know that it is there. Sure, you can see something in the sky. It is bright, hot, and supposedly 93 million miles away, but how do you know that it is there? You cannot touch it, and you cannot smell it; you cannot travel to it. At the end, when it comes to the existence of the sun, you, me, we must trust. This week we discuss One we cannot see, but is worthy of all of our trust. Article on Textual Criticism: https://www.gotquestions.org/textual-criticism.html
14-Living as God's Kids
June 20, 2021 • Pastor Christopher Thompson
15-Living as God's Kids
June 27, 2021 • Pastor David Henderson
Have you ever felt like you don’t know what’s true? Confused and overwhelmed, you’re at a loss. In that moment, what if you found that you had the truth all along? You’re convinced and confident! You know that you know, and you won’t settle for less. But how?
13-Living as God's Kids
June 13, 2021 • Pastor Christopher Thompson
In his inaugural address to a nation ravaged by the Great Depression, FDR spoke these famous words, "let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself." For the believer, is this true? Do we have to fear even fear? Pastor Chris discusses in this week's message, "No Fear!"
12-Living as God's Kids
June 6, 2021 • Pastor Christopher Thompson
Tina Turner once said that love was a “secondhand emotion” and a “sweet old fashion notion,” is this true? For the world, perhaps, for the believer, absolutely not. This week we focus on 1 John 4:7-11 and see “What’s love got to do with it.”