This Sunday we will be looking at Mark 6:30-44. This passage of scripture deals with one of the most talked about miracles in the Bible, the feeding of the five thousand. We will look at what happens when one young child obeys God and doesn’t miss an opportunity to give everything he has so that Jesus can really use it. This young lad did not miss the opportunity to be involved in something bigger than himself. This Sunday we will look at how we can be part of something bigger than ourselves and do something great for God.
I have a part in it
January 10, 2021 • Dr. Danny Lovett
Message Only • February 21, 2021 • Dr. Danny Lovett
The biblical perspective on death is different from the world’s point of view. Death is to be embraced, not feared. We have hope in the midst of our sorrow. Death is the pathway to the wonderful resurrection body God has planned for the believer. If we did not die, we would be stuck with our aging body for all eternity. Paul strikes a positive note right up front, saying that death is not to be feared. It’s what has to occur before we can be changed. Without death there is no resurrection. This Sunday we will look at what the Bible says our Resurrection Body will be like. Join us this Sunday for our Extreme Makeover.
Will Heaven be boring
Message Only • February 14, 2021 • Dr. Danny Lovett
Randy Alcorn has written a best-selling book simply titled, Heaven. In it, he says, “Our belief that heaven will be boring is really saying God is boring. There is no greater nonsense. Our desire for pleasure and the experience of joy come directly from God’s hand. He made our taste buds, adrenaline, and the nerve endings that convey pleasure to our brains. Likewise our imaginations and our capacity for joy and exhilaration were made by the very God we accuse of being boring. Are we so arrogant that we imagine that human beings came up with the idea of having fun?" Join us this Sunday as we look at why I know heaven won't be boring!
What happens when we die
Message Only • February 7, 2021 • Dr. Danny Lovett
Everyone wants to know what happens to people when they die. Where are they and how are they? But that’s not just a modern day concern. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians Christians so they would not be ignorant about those who had "fallen asleep” 1Thessalonians 4:13. Falling asleep was, of course, a metaphor for death. Jesus used the word to describe Lazarus' death. Dr. Luke described Stephen’s death as falling asleep (Acts 7:60), and Paul described the death of David in the Old Testament the same way (Acts 13:36). The Bible has the answer, and it is illustrated clearly in a story told by Jesus about two individuals who went to two different places when they died. This Sunday we will look at the testimonies of the Rich Man and Lazarus which are found in Luke 16:19-31.