Looking Back, Looking Forward, But Mostly Looking Up
We rehearse God’s blessings on our congregation and consider our future, looking to God together, as we celebrate our 40th anniversary.
Hallelujah, What A Savior!
We focus on the last week of Jesus’ life as portrayed in Luke 22. Jesus, as the Son of God, knew that He was going to be crucified, but the way He chose to live His final days clearly reflected His humanity: He spent His time with close friends and in prayer.
Proverbs: Apps for Life
We take a closer look at a part of the Bible that is packed full of common sense lessons (that aren’t always so common). Tucked in the middle of the Old Testament is a short book of snappy one-liners called the Proverbs.
Come to the Manger
We turn to the narrative of Jesus’ birth in Matthew 1:21-24, to rediscover some practical lessons that will help us experience the holidays with joy and hope.
Pastor David Riemenschneider begins a new biographical series that details the story of some people who run away from God, as well as some others who run toward Him. The results are dramatic.