Mark 2:1-12 Jesus not only heals the paralytic from his physical condition, but more amazingly heals the man of his spiritual condition. This week guest speak Len Alexander takes us on a journey of love and compassion through this amazing event.
Mark 1:35-45 Moved by compassion, Jesus came, and identified with humanity in our unclean state. He didn’t stand at a distance and shout orders. He got down into our world and identified with us. Touching us.
Mark 1:21-28 In our message this week in the Gospel of Mark, we see that even the demons believe in Jesus, but just believing isn't the goal. We see crowds being amazed by the miracles of Jesus, but being amazed isn't the goal either. Let the miracle of grace move you to love, to serve, to join the dance of love.
Mark 1:9-20 In our message this week in the Gospel of Mark, we see Mark pointing us to the knowledge that both the creation of the world AND the redemption of the world was a project of the triune God. A God in three persons, who have loved one another for all time and eternity, and is now inviting us to join the dance.
Mark 1:1-8 Tonight, as a church, we begin a 14-week study of the Gospel of Mark, which will lead us up to and conclude Easter Weekend. The Bible is ultimately a story about Jesus. Every book of the Bible, points to Him. Every chapter, every verse whispers his name.
John 1:1-5 This weekend we heard from Len Alexander as he teaches from John 1.
1 Peter 4:12-5:14 This week we conclude our study of 1 Peter as we look at worry, pride, humility and our advisory the prowling lion.
1 Peter 3:13-18; 4:12–19 In this message Brian shares his family's story of adoption of their youngest daughter, and how God made beauty from suffering.
1 Peter 2:11-3:12 What Peter is saying? What Peter is not saying? How we can live this text out in the environment we’ll find ourselves over the coming weeks and months? All the while, maintaining the eternal perspective that this world is not our home.
1 Peter 2:1-10 When a group faces trials, it can usually go 1 of 2 ways. The group can either unify and come together, around their struggles. Or, they can be divided and tore apart. Jesus is the living cornerstone of the church. He’s the foundational rock. And we are BEING BUILT into his spiritual house.