We had an abundance of jazz in worship and Pastor Greg discussed the rich man's abundance in his sermon.
Ask and you shall receive, search and you will find, knock and the door will be opened unto you, Jesus said. Pastor Greg looks at this famous phrase as it pertains to prayer in our current time.
With the lessons of Christ, live a life of purpose and balance.
The parable of the good samaritan is only a few verse in the Bible, but there is much meaning to be taken from just a few of the words within it.
An enemy general comes to the Israeli prophet Elisha for healing. Drama ensues, but the enemy is healed in the end. Even in the depths of the old testament, the love of God for all is present.
As Elijah ascends to heaven and Elisha assumes his role in the scripture, Pastor Greg looks at farewells of notable greats and how we are to assume their roles.
The story of the Gerasene Demoniac and the people of Gerasene who weren't too thrilled with how Jesus implemented his healing. Pastor Lori looks at this story and how to be fruitful stewards of the gospel.
Father's Day can have mixed meanings for people. We look to role models and may have difficulty with even that. Pastor Lori looks at the disparity in blessings in our modern time.
On confirmation and Pentecost Sunday, the Holy Spirit enters the church and our lives.
The Bible isn't a book with a beginning and an ending. The Holy Spirit with us continues the story perpetually.