• A Faithful Church: Loves One Another

    As we continue through our sermon series on Faithful Church, we looked at the idea that a Faithful Church Loves One Another. It’s important to immediately note, that the call to love another, while plainly commanded by God, springs from a deep well of God’s love for us. Our love...

  • A Faithful Church: Loves the Gospel

    Faith Church Family,   When we think of the gospel, there are a number of things that could and should come to our mind. But hopefully what comes to our mind is the notion that the gospel should be foundational to our lives and that without it we would be...

  • A Faithful Church: Loves God’s Word

    As we continue through our series Faithful Church, we come to a second aspect of a faithful church. A faithful church loves God’s Word because we love God. We spent some time in Psalm 119 unpacking this idea further. While we focused on verses 89-104 I would STRONGLY encourage you...

  • A Faithful Church: Loves God

      This past weekend, we began a new sermon series called Faithful Church. Over the next 5 weeks, we will look at what it means to be a faithful church. This week, we began our series by looking at Mark 12 and unpacking the idea that a faithful church loves...

  • Selections from the Psalms: God Remind Me

    This past Sunday, we wrapped up our series in the Psalms with Psalm 92. This Psalm is the only Psalm in the book that is referred to as a Sabbath Psalm. It’s meant to remind the people of God of His work and all that He has done. More specifically:...

  • Selections from the Psalms: A Song of Security

    From the Desk of Chris Risk:   Psalm 121 is a song of Security.  It was a popular song that the Jewish pilgrims would sing as they “ascended” the hills of Judea to attend the festivals required by God’s Law to Israel.   Psalm 21 is praise and encouragement for...

  • Who Is This? Luke 7:36 – 8:3

    From the Desk The question of Jesus’ identity is one of the most important questions anyone could ever be asked. This question was asked and answered in our passage from Luke 7:36-8:3. In Luke’s narrative, we witnessed how Jesus forgave the sinful woman, exposed the self-righteousness of Simon the Pharisee,...

  • 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...