May 21, 2017
What role do experiences of God play?
Series: Matthew 11
God calls us to live by faith. We say yes, but living by faith is difficult. We find ourselves looking around for something, anything, to bolster our faith. Secretly - or sometimes not so secretly - most of us are looking for some kind of experience of God that would make it easy to trust God and hard to doubt him. What is the role of experience in our life of faith? We will explore that question as we study Matthew 11:20-24.
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  • May 21, 2017What role do experiences of God play?
    May 21, 2017
    What role do experiences of God play?
    Series: Matthew 11
    God calls us to live by faith. We say yes, but living by faith is difficult. We find ourselves looking around for something, anything, to bolster our faith. Secretly - or sometimes not so secretly - most of us are looking for some kind of experience of God that would make it easy to trust God and hard to doubt him. What is the role of experience in our life of faith? We will explore that question as we study Matthew 11:20-24.
  • May 14, 2017What Will It Be: Nothing Much or Something Big?
    May 14, 2017
    What Will It Be: Nothing Much or Something Big?
    Series: Matthew 10
    According to Jesus, everything is at stake in how we respond to him. Many people encounter Jesus in one way or another, but the outcome of that encounter is often that nothing much happens. Ultimately those people lose everything. Others encounter Jesus, and the outcome is that something big happens in and through them. Ultimately they gain everything. How can we avoid being "nothing much" people and instead be "something big" people?
     
    Grace and peace,
    Pastor David
  • May 7, 2017How to Handle Doubt
    May 7, 2017
    How to Handle Doubt
    Series: Matthew 10
    How do you feel when you doubt God? How do you handle it? Notice I didn't say "if," I said "when." Let's talk about doubt, how to handle it when it happens, and the incredible depths of faith you can only taste when you're on the other side of doubt.
     
    Grace and peace,
     
    Pastor David