Pastor Tim Meendering The giving and receiving of criticism will often be harmful and avoided but the Bible shows us that criticism can be wisely received and given so that it gives life rather than tears down. God’s Word will show us the way to thrive with good criticism in our marriages and other relationships.
Pastor Tim Meendering When Jesus forces the demons out of a man and into a couple of thousand pigs, we see his great saving power for anyone and at the same time, we will see the power of sharing our story of Jesus’ mercy.
Pastor Tim Meendering One of the greatest temptations for our sinful hearts is to use our tongues in ways that tear down rather than to build up. Our look at Scripture this morning will help us to understand why this happens and then equip and encourage us to speak words of life.
Pastor Tim Meendering Isaiah 61 provides a glorious description of Jesus’ ministry and at the same time, it shows us the way for our work and ministry. As we begin this new fall season of ministry together, we will see how we are “redeemed to redeem our community” and called to take up our post… Read more
Pastor Tim Meendering We all struggle through times and even seasons of deep disappointment. Jacob and Leah’s story will reveal some factors that make these times worse and how God works to lead us out into hope.
Jake Parks This morning Jake Parks, our intern from Western Seminary, will spend time in Genesis 45:1-15 helping us to explore the story of Joseph’s reconciliation with his brothers who sold him into slavery. We will specifically examine what it means for us that Joseph consistently makes the claim that God was working through his… Read more
Pastor Aaron Wetzel The story of Jesus walking on the water is one of the most famous stories in all of history. But, often, familiarity can breed a type of complacency. When we hear this story, we may be tempted to think “I know where this is going” or “I already know how to apply… Read more
Pastor Tim Meendering Every believer is inclined toward deterioration into merely going through the motions of life and worship. Our story this morning will show us the way to turn outward with deep and genuine love for Jesus and the often unlovable people that we meet everyday.