An Upside-Down Way of Living

Jan 29, 2023
One of the most captivating, yet challenging, portions of the Gospels is in Matthew, chapters 5-7, the Sermon on the Mount.

The Light Continues Shinning in the Darkness

Jan 22, 2023
On Christmas Day, nearly a month ago already, we celebrated the infant Jesus as the light that shines in the darkness, and the darkness cannot overcome it … or perhaps we should say,...

Our Name Means Something

Jan 15, 2023
On January 1 we focused our attention in worship on names, not only the name of Jesus, which was the focus on the day, but our own names – why we were named what we were, what our...

Honoring God’s Gifts

Jan 08, 2023
I hope you are not surprised that Christmas decorations still adorn the church; technically, the Season of Christmas ended on Friday, January 6, but since we are celebrating the...

Your Name That Supersedes All Others

Jan 01, 2023
Today, January 1, is all about names, not resolutions, pork and sauerkraut, parades or football, but names.

Love Has Come

Dec 25, 2022
We invited the children among us to wear PJ’s to worship as a way to add to today’s festiveness (and also make it easier for families to get here on time.)

To Us, a Savior has Been Born!

Dec 24, 2022
Christmas Eve greetings to each of you; it is wonderful to celebrate the birth of Jesus with you this afternoon/tonight!

Sorrow and Sighing Shall Flee Away

Dec 11, 2022
It is week three of Advent and of our focus on the readings from the Old Testament book of Isaiah.

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