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Messages on Luke

Messages on Luke

FromThe Desk Pastor John

Linus in the Charlie Brown Christmas

Linus leaves his insecurities at the feet of Jesus, and so can we. “Charity begins at home but should not end there.” Thomas Fuller Let us gather our gifts together and offer them to God in gratitude and praise. Give Here
FromThe Desk Pastor John

Reading the Book of Luke

 Join us this Christmas season in a spiritual discipline by reading one chapter of the book of Luke daily. There are 24 chapters in Luke and if you start on December 1st that will take you right up to Christmas Eve. “Charity begins at home but should not end there.” Thomas Fuller Let us gather our gifts together and offer them to God in gratitude and praise. Give Here

Am I Good Enough?

Luke 18:9-14 “Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little.” Edmund Burke Make your donation here today! Watch the entire service here: 8:00 am Message 9:00 am Service 10:30 am Service
Wonder Waters

Wonder Water

When we go “through the waters” of real life it’s good to know the wonder water of baptism binds us to the family of God.
The Case of the Missing Baby

The Case of the Missing Baby

The baby Jesus is typically not seen in the manger until Christmas Eve, unless you’re talking about public Nativities. The past few years there seem to have been many stolen out of various nativities around the country. Why are people drawn to steal them? But more important, where is baby Jesus in your home, in your life, in your work? Do you keep him hidden away? Do you let him out to be seen in your life?
Birthdays? Who Remembers

Birthdays? Who Remembers?

Surrender to the commercialism and secularism of Christmas or remain focused on the promise; “A son is given.” How will you remain focused on Him? Mary’s song helped her to remain focused on the promise fulfilled even though the timing wasn’t right for her, even though she didn’t fully understand. Blessed are you with eyes wide open to the signs of God’s presence all around you.

“Doubts, Joy and Wonder”

The disciples thought that their journey with Jesus was over, but of course it wasn’t. Neither is our journey with Jesus over. There is still much we need to do to help the world overcome evil and have peace prevail throughout.