Tom Worthley teaches from Luke 15:11-32, the parable commonly known as The Prodigal Son. Tom helps understand the audience who is listening to Jesus’ parable. He brings to life the characters of the parable, and wants us to see the compassion of the father to both of his sons. You are invited to come home; you […]
Don Hunt teaches from Exodus 4:1-12; looking at Moses and what was holding Moses back. What are some of the things that stop us from sharing about Jesus and our faith? How can we have confidence to speak? How can we be an ambassador for God? Additional Scripture references: Luke 5:27-30; Acts 7:22; 2 Corinthians […]
David denHartog explains difficult truths from Luke 13:1-9. There is a lesson to learn in the face of catastrophe such as we are seeing in our time. This is the blog post by Joel Rosenberg that Dave references: What in the World is Going On?
Don Hunt continues the Amber Alert: Lost in Johnson County series. In life, we often evaluate where we are in our relationship with someone else. Don calls this a DTR – determine the relationship – conversation. There are several stories in the Bible where Jesus and Peter also have encounter that determines or changes their relationship. In […]
This Palm Sunday, Dean Elliott teaches from Luke 19 about Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. The careful preparation of the Lord allowed those who believed in Him to participate at the right time. Remembering this time in history allows us an opportunity to remember in whom we trust.
Don Hunt continues the Beyond Hallmark series with Luke 2:8-20. It was just an ordinary night for the shepherds when God interrupted with the news of Jesus’ birth… and turned it extraordinary.
David denHartog begins the Christmas series, “Beyond Hallmark,” with a message titled “The Call.” He tells the story of how Mary was called by God to be the mother of Jesus from Luke 1:26-38. We are also called by God, to live a life set apart and to respond as Mary did. Scripture references: 1 […]
Don Hunt teaches from Luke 24:1-12 with a challenge to look at where you find life. The Disciples went to look for Jesus at the tomb and were challenged, “Why do you look for the living among the dead?”