We wrap up our series on Cornelius and Peter (Acts 10). We celebrate all that God can do, especially how God can welcome us into God’s presence and God calls us to welcome others.
Our actions affect those around us. Many times we will say, “this only hurts me.” I disagree, I don’t think we do anything in a vacuum because God made us in connection and to be connected (pastor Daniel). We have the power to bring wholeness or brokenness to the world.
God is calling us to the kind of relationships that transform us into who God intends us to be. To truly be changed we must say, “yes”, to relationship and then live into that relationship even when it is hard and uncomfortable.
Sermon’s 1-3 on Matthew 18 focus on God being focused on “seeking and saving the lost”. The Good News is that God is obsessed with the broken, hurting, and isolated. Sermon 4 leads us to toward being a community of Christ Followers who embody God’s heart for humanity and creation by offering and seeking the…
Welcome to Resurrection Sunday Morning worship! We are glad you are able to join us. Thanks to those who gave their expertise and equipment to make this service happen. Thank you to all who recorded in their homes and made this work!
In the middle of March our youth were thinking of you and thinking of Resurrection Sunday Morning and recorded this gift “just in case”. Thank you to Jenny and your team for giving us a special service on Easter Morning!