Jan 17, 2021
Who’s Speaking to You? 1 Kings 11:43-12:11
Series: (All)
Between TV, social media, and real people in our lives, a lot of voices are competing for our attention. Our disposition is largely dependent on which voices we allow into our heads and our hearts. Today, we discuss listening to the most important voice of all.
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  • Jan 17, 2021Who’s Speaking to You? 1 Kings 11:43-12:11
    Jan 17, 2021
    Who’s Speaking to You? 1 Kings 11:43-12:11
    Series: (All)
    Between TV, social media, and real people in our lives, a lot of voices are competing for our attention. Our disposition is largely dependent on which voices we allow into our heads and our hearts. Today, we discuss listening to the most important voice of all.
  • Jan 10, 2021Baptism of the Lord (Mark 1:1-11)
    Jan 10, 2021
    Baptism of the Lord (Mark 1:1-11)
    Series: (All)
    Today, we look at the baptism of Christ. We, as Baptists, affirm believer’s baptism, meaning that we reserve this ordinance for those who have made a conscious decision to follow Christ in their lives. Since we believe that believers must seek out baptism, it is important to take a look at what being baptized requires of us as we seek to follow Christ.
  • Jan 3, 2021To Worship Him: Matthew 2:1-12
    Jan 3, 2021
    To Worship Him: Matthew 2:1-12
    Series: (All)
    Epiphany is traditionally celebrated on January 6th, twelve days after Christmas. It is the observance of the Magi from the East making their visit to Jesus in Bethlehem. Many of us have seen the saying, “Wise men still seek Him.” While we know precious little about the visit of the Magi, we see that their acknowledgement of Christ had consequences not only for them, but for those in authority as well. Today, we will ask the question, “What does acknowledging Christ look like in our lives?”
  • Dec 27, 2020Recognize Him: Luke 2:21-38
    Dec 27, 2020
    Recognize Him: Luke 2:21-38
    Series: (All)
    When Jesus was 40 days old, He was taken to the temple to be consecrated, as the Law required. While there, He was recognized by two people who were watching for His coming, Simeon and Anna. In the same way that these two recognized Him, we must recognize Him as well.
  • Dec 20, 2020Let It Be: Luke 1:26-38
    Dec 20, 2020
    Let It Be: Luke 1:26-38
    Series: Advent 2020
    Every year at Christmas, we read the familiar narrative of the angel Gabriel’s encounter with Mary.  While we often think of this as simply an announcement that Mary is going to have a baby, we must realize that it is much more. More even than an announcement of the Savior, it is the announcement of the King of kings and Lord of lords. Jesus came to take the throne and rule for all eternity.  Let’s look at this encounter in that light today.
  • Dec 13, 2020Magnify the Lord
    Dec 13, 2020
    Magnify the Lord
    Series: Advent 2020
    Do you ever wonder what your life would have been like if you had made different choices? Today, as we look at Mary, we can be thankful that she allowed God to use her in a miraculous way. We look at her heartfelt words known as “The Magnificat” and see that she trusts God in a circumstance where she had every reason to fear the outcome.
  • Dec 6, 2020God Is Patient: 2 Peter 3:8-15
    Dec 6, 2020
    God Is Patient: 2 Peter 3:8-15
    Series: Advent 2020
    Are you prepared for the Lord’s return?  Do you even believe that it’s going to happen?  The return of the Christ can seem a long way off, but the truth is that we never know when He will return.  Are you looking forward to His return, or are you dreading it?  Today, with the help of 2 Peter, we will see that He is coming and we need to be ready.
  • Nov 29, 2020Be Alert!
    Nov 29, 2020
    Be Alert!
    Series: Advent 2020
    Throughout history, many people have tried to improperly use the Scriptures as a calendar.  Men have been trying to pinpoint the return of Christ almost since the Ascension, even though Jesus clearly said that only the Father knows the time. If we think of the Bible as more of a map, we can (with careful study) see where we are in history and have an idea of what to expect next. This helps us to see that the time is short.  While we don’t know how long until Christ returns or we die, whichever is first, we do know that He has given us a mission to accomplish while we wait.  As we go into the time of celebrating His birth, let us look forward anxiously to His return.
  • Nov 22, 2020For He is Good: Psalm 107
    Nov 22, 2020
    For He is Good: Psalm 107
    Series: (All)
    It may seem hard to be thankful during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020.  We feel like we have lost so much: so many people, so much time with our family and friends, so much irritation with wearing masks.  As we enter the Thanksgiving season in earnest, let us take the time to be thankful in a new way this year.  Let us be thankful to God for the church that He has gathered in from around the world, even using technology to do so.  Let us be thankful for His deliverance from prisons.  If you are a Christian, at minimum you have been released from the bondage of sin.  Many can celebrate being released from drugs, alcohol, gambling, pornography, and other prevalent addictions. Many can celebrate healings from heart problems, painful afflictions, cancers, and even COVID-19.  Let us take the time to truly be thankful during this very different Thanksgiving!
  • Nov 15, 2020Outside the Camp
    Nov 15, 2020
    Outside the Camp
    Series: Hebrews
    Today, we finish our study in Hebrews with Chapter 13.  We will take a lot at the things that God calls us to reject and the things that He calls us to accept.