“Thick Skulls”

~ Hosea 11:1-11/Luke 12:13-21 ~ Sometimes parents have reason to believe their sons or daughters have been stricken with the serious condition known as “thick skulls.” The primary symptom? There is no getting through to them. Thick skulls quite effectively screen out any attempt by the parent to influence the … Read More

Join Us for Worship & Livestream Sunday, July 31, 2021

“…as a mother holds a baby to her cheek” (Hosea 11:4). A beautiful depiction of God’s love and care for God’s child, Israel. Yet it comes in the midst of a hard message to this child, a message of harsh discipline for Israel’s obstinate rejection of God’s parental care. Oh, … Read More

“When I Talk to God, Am I Only Talking to Myself?”

~ Luke 11:1-13/Romans 8:24-28 ~ Jesus teaches his disciples how to pray. How do you pray? Some people pray only in church. Some people pray every day, in private devotions or all day long – a continual “pray without ceasing” exercise. Some people pray at meals; some before bed with … Read More

Join Us for Worship & Livestream Sunday, July 24, 2022 at 10:30am

Jesus teaches his disciples how to pray (Luke 11). How do you pray? Some people pray only in church. Some people pray every day, in private. Some people pray at meals; some before bed with their children. Some pray about everything in their life no matter how mundane or trivial. … Read More

“Here’s to you, Martha!”

~ Luke 10:38-42 ~  I want to make a confession: I’m married to a Martha. No, wait – that isn’t the confession. My confession is that sometimes I take advantage of the fact that my wife is a Martha. No, that’s not true either. I almost always take advantage of … Read More

Join Us for Sunday Worship & Livestream July 17, 2022, at 10:30am

Let every instrument be tuned for praise! Let all rejoice who have a voice to raise! Music is a powerful elixir. It moves us in profound ways, especially in worship. This Sunday we celebrate the impact of music as we say goodbye to Lindsay Rader, our Music Director. Her eclectic … Read More