God, Why Coronavirus?

It has been two months and counting as our community and the world have been shaken by the Coronavirus.  Governments, businesses, churches, and homes have all been affected by the social, economic, and physical burdens of the virus.  We are filled with questions.  When will things return to normal?  Will we have a new normal?  Why is this happening?  How can we be better prepared next time?  What does the future look like?  I am sure there are many other questions you are asking too.


Family Worship Guide May 17

We are excited to worship with you and your family today.  Today we are continuing Facebook Live worship.  Next week, May 24 we will regather for Outdoor Worship at 10am!  If you cannot attend the outside worship, we will still make worship available through Facebook at 10 also.  Everyone should be able to connect with us!

Let us know if you have any questions about Outdoor Worship this week, but for now settle in for a time of praise and preaching.  We will be in Deuteronomy 6 today, focused on passing the Best Life on to the Next Generation.


Reading the Bible to Understand

The Bible is a complex book full of meaning for your life.  God gave us the Bible to reveal His own nature and purpose to us, and how we can relate to Him.  He has expressed His deep love for us through the pages of the book, and with through the chapters and verses He shows us how we can be near to Him forever.


Preparing for Online Worship, Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day!  Today we celebrate our Mothers.  Each one of us should take the time to honor our Mothers and our wives daily, but this weekend we take time to really thank them for all they do.  In the Bible, mothers are incredibly important.  There are some really good examples of mothers and some not-so-good examples in the Bible.


Fighting for Community

Romans 12:10 Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves. 11 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. 12 Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. 13 Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality.


Over the last several weeks, almost all of my routines and habits have been disrupted. My sleep schedule is messed up, work is now done from home, church is done virtually, and honestly, I sometimes don’t remember what day it is. Of all the things that I miss during this time, the number one thing on that list is my community. I am blessed with not only a strong body of believers to call my church family, but also a group of friends who have been my source of community for several years. These are “my people”, the ones we go to when we are in need, the ones that we spend time with on a regular basis, and the ones who build us up and speak truth and life into us when we need it.