• Selections from the Psalms: Repentance and God’s Response

    From the Desk of Eric Anderson                                Psalm 51 – Repentance & God’s Response David’s prayer of Psalm 51 is a direct result of his awful sin regarding Bathsheba and her husband Uriah. In 2 Samuel, we read that David lusted after Bathsheba, slept with her, tried to cover up his...

  • Selections from the Psalms: Who Is Really Forsaken?

    From the Desk of Eric Anderson                                Psalm 22 – Who is really forsaken? David’s lament of Psalm 22 captures many specific details about the future crucifixion of Jesus Christ, while at the same time capturing David’s deep, emotional laments as he ultimately trusts in God for his deliverance. The emotional...

  • Selections from the Psalms: Praising the Majesty of Our Creator

    From the Desk of Brian LeVie Psalm 8 is a hymn of praise composed by David, as he celebrated the majesty of God and the glory and responsibility of man given to him by his Creator.  Following the psalmist’s train of thought, we returned to the book of Genesis and...

  • Selections from the Psalms: A Song of Deliverance

    From the Desk of Brian LeVie If the New Testament authors handed out a trophy for “Our Most Popular Psalm in the Old Testament”, it is easy to see why Psalm 110 would win. According to the New Testament, Psalm 110 is ultimately about Jesus. Focusing on just three of...

  • Selections from the Psalms: Godly Wisdom

    On Sunday, May 20, we had the privilege of seeing 7 people baptized! It was such a great reminder of the ways that God is at work in and around us. We also began our summer sermon series through the Psalms. Over the next 11 weeks, we will work through...

  • Sovereign Suffering

      This past Sunday, we stepped into some deep water as we engaged the topic of Sovereign Suffering. We looked at two different texts, 1 Peter 4 and Psalm 10 in helping us to see the biblical perspective on suffering and a biblical response to suffering. Starting in 1 Peter...

  • Called Out: Exodus Remix

        This past Sunday, we took a day to review the entirety of the book of Exodus. We focused our attention around some of the major themes that emerge throughout the book and how they connect to our lives today. All of this is centered around the idea that...

  • Called Out: Missional Living

    We’ve all been there. Whether we’re asking the question or attempting to answer it, we’ve all heard the question, “what is God’s will for my life?” Usually what we have in mind is a lot of specifics that we want answered; but in a broader sense, it’s not that difficult:...

  • Called Out: From Rebellion to Obedience

    From The Desk of Brian LeVie: The idea of a covenant in our society today, may seem a bit strange and outdated. Even when the term is used in a modern context, a covenant is thought of as a type of legal contract, rather than a deeply personal and binding...

  • Called Out: God’s Merciful Commitment

      If you have ever found yourself on the wrong end of a failed commitment, then you have a sense of where God is coming from in Exodus 34. Israel has faithlessly responded to God’s kind commitment. Yet, God is going to choose to respond by giving Israel another chance...