April 2023

Worship through Theology: God is….

This week, we continue our new series examining some core elements of reformed theology, by talking about God. God can be difficult for us to describe. We too often want to impart our own idea or part of ourselves into the picture when thinking of God. Today we will look at what the Bible says […]

February 2023

The Gospel of Matthew: Hometown Hero?

This week, we continue our journey through the Gospel of Matthew.  In today’s text, we see what happens when Jesus goes back to his hometown to preach. We look at what the Bible says about belief and unbelief. And how is it we can even begin to have faith Our main passage this week is […]

November 2022

Advent 2022: The Grinch hated Christmas, a lot!

This week, we kick off our Advent series in which we examine the Grinch. The Grinch had a lot of misconceptions about Christmas. But what is Christmas really about. What gifts did God give to us on that first Christmas night? Our main passage this week is John 3:16.

May 2022

The Gospel of Matthew: Just Keep Swimming

This week, we continue on our journey though the Gospel of Matthew. In this passage, Jesus calms the stormy and violent seas. How do we react when things are difficult? Do we panic or do we keep going? How does our faith in Jesus dictate how we should react? Our main passage this week is […]

March 2022

Seven Sayings of the Cross: Forgiveness is Divine

This week, we kick off our Lent series, by examining Jesus’ first saying from the cross. We look at the connection between forgiveness and prayer. What does it mean that Jesus is praying for our forgiveness? Our main passage this week is: Luke 23:34.

December 2021

Tales from the Manger: The Angels: What Glad Tidings!

On the second Sunday of Advent, we examine just what the first Christmas meant for the angels. First, we explore a little bit about what exactly angels are. Then we examine just why the first Christmas was such a joyous event for them and why it should continue to be joyous for us today. This […]