Apr 30, 2017
Connecting with God on a Daily Basis, part 2
Series: Matthew 10
Perhaps you feel an inner desire to have a real connection with God. And perhaps you know it must happen in daily life, not just on Sundays. A lot of people feel these things, but they get stuck. The connection doesn't happen or isn't really scratching their itch. What to do? We'll build on last week's panel discussion with some concrete tips to deepen your daily connection with God.
 
Grace and peace,
 
Pastor David
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  • Apr 30, 2017Connecting with God on a Daily Basis, part 2
    Apr 30, 2017
    Connecting with God on a Daily Basis, part 2
    Series: Matthew 10
    Perhaps you feel an inner desire to have a real connection with God. And perhaps you know it must happen in daily life, not just on Sundays. A lot of people feel these things, but they get stuck. The connection doesn't happen or isn't really scratching their itch. What to do? We'll build on last week's panel discussion with some concrete tips to deepen your daily connection with God.
     
    Grace and peace,
     
    Pastor David
  • Apr 2, 2017Jesus on Mission: A Life or Death Choice
    Apr 2, 2017
    Jesus on Mission: A Life or Death Choice
    Series: Matthew 10

    A life or death choice - is this how we see Jesus? Without a doubt it's how he saw himself (see Matthew 10:32-39). What happens when we take Jesus seriously?

     

  • Mar 26, 2017Jesus on Mission: Happiness and the Worst Case Scenario
    Mar 26, 2017
    Jesus on Mission: Happiness and the Worst Case Scenario
    Series: Matthew 10
    Have you seen those Worst Case Scenario books? One could almost write an entire "worst case" book out of this section of Matthew 10. Jesus lays it on pretty thick. I mean, he couldn't have gone much more "worst case" than "everyone will hate you because of me." And yet even in the worst case, he calls people into a life where they are secure in God and cannot be shaken. So, here we are. Can the "worst case" take away our happiness in Jesus? Did Jesus' "worst case" take away his happiness in his Father?