This Sunday, we wrap up the first section of Revelation, looking at the final two missives to the churches of Asia Minor and the implications they have for us today.
Early on Monday morning, former pastor of Sanctuary David Beck went home to be the Lord after battling pancreatic cancer for almost 2 years. We rejoice that David is now free from pain and suffering, and we feel the ache that his loss means for us, for his family, and for the world. We are going to take time to remember David, to grieve together, and to rejoice together in the hope of resurrection.
We continue our study of Revelation, exploring the fifth of seven missives to the churches of Asia Minor and the implications it has for us today.
Pastor Joe continues our study of Revelation, exploring the third of seven missives to the churches of Asia Minor and the implications it has for us today.
Pastor Joe continues our study of Revelation, exploring the heavily symbolic picture of Jesus in Revelation 1 and the implications the description has for us today.
Pastor Joe continues our study of the final book of Bible, looking at how the character and nature of God provides the foundation for a life that is marked by grace and peace.
Pastor Joe kicks off our study of the final book of Bible by examining several key questions: What IS Revelation? Does it have any relevance today? What does it ask of us? Why are those who read it and keep it called "blessed"?
The book a Jonah has a surprising ending. After God uses Jonah to accomplish amazing kingdom work, Jonah is upset. Unfortunately, Jonah’s reaction is very human and therefore very common. Come Sunday for the conclusion on our series on Jonah and be challenged in some surprising ways.
Throughout this book, and the Bible if we expand our scope, we see that God loves us so profoundly He shows us mercy at every turn so that we would love Him and trust Him.