Saturday night at Refuge Church, Lead Teacher Brian Culbertson continued our look at the 10 Commandments. This week, we looked at commandment # 3; Do not use God’s name in vain. OMG, do you do this?
This past Saturday night at Refuge Church, special guest speaker Scott Morrison bought us the message. The 6th commandment instructs us to “not murder”. We can all agree that taking a human life is wrong. This message looks at how we kill our own spiritual lives by the hatred and anger we have for one another. Scott also gives us a few practical ways to change our destructive thought patterns towards one another.
This Saturday night at Refuge Church, we celebrated our 3rd birthday! Lead Teacher Brian also started our series on the 10 Commandments this week, specifically the first 2 commands. Have some pizza and a slice of birthday cake while you check it out!
This past Saturday night at Refuge Church, Pastor Jaime talked about God’s people crossing the Red Sea…with a little help from The LORD. God is about to bring them into a new Relationship with himself. The questions we have to ask ourselves is this….What kind of stone is Jesus for you? A stumbling stone, or a precious stone?
This past Saturday night at Refuge, our Lead Teacher Brian talked about Moses’ confrontation with the Pharaoh of Egypt. Moses tells Pharaoh to let God’s people free from slavery. Pharaoh has an interesting response — ‘Who is God? And why should I listen to him?’ That’s the same question we all have to ask ourselves. How do you respond?
This past Saturday night at Refuge, Lead Teacher Brian led us into Exodus 3 & 4, in which God speaks to Moses through a Burning Bush. God also reveals his name: I am. What’s in a name? Moses is also given the task of saving God’s people from bondage. What happens when God calls YOU into service?
Saturday night at Refuge Church, we started a new series on Exodus: God’s people have been sin Egypt for over 400 years. The people of Egypt have forgotten Joseph and what he did for their county and have now enslaved God’s people. It seems as though He has forgotten them, but God is about to raise up a man named Moses to rescue them from their bondage. Do you ever forget about God? Don’t worry, He never forgets about you.
Saturday evening at Refuge Church, our Lead Teacher Brian concluded the Summer of Psalms by diving into Psalm 40, which speaks of a plethra of emotions. The underlying theme is that God is always Good.
Saturday night at Refuge Church, Pastor Brian continued our Summer of Psalms by looking at Psalm 39. This prayer of King David speaks of anger and frustration. The Psalms are a reflection of our own human nature. Have you ever been angry with God? And is all anger bad?
At Refuge Church this past Saturday night, Pastor Brian talked about the emotions behind one of the prayers of King David known as Psalm 38. This Psalm speaks of an honest, raw pain that he is feeling. Is it a consequence of Sin, or does bad stuff just happen? In those seasons of life, where does Your hope come from?