Ron encourages us to endure the distractions, the bad examples, and the attacks of our enemies by trusting in the body of Jesus to rescue and redeem us.
Jason reminds us that the reason for Lent is not to find another resolution or self-help, but rather to renew our trust in God and find our identity in him.
From Moses’ face shining after conversing with God to Jesus’ glory being revealed on the mount of transfiguration, Pastor Ken calls us too to shine with the love of God that we might draw the world into his life.
Pastor Ken reminds us that though there are times when it seems like evil will prevail, God is always at work to set things right and bring us from dishonor to glory.
Pastor Ken calls us to heed the Scriptures’ warnings to avoid the ways of the world that lead to death, and instead to follow our Savior in the way of Life.
Pastor Ken calls on the church to continue to pray for the expansion of God's kingdom and encourages us with examples of God's faithfulness to hear our prayer.
Pastor Ken reminds us of the calling that God has placed on our lives, even before we were born, and of the blessings that come when we heed that call.
Pastor Ken invites us to look to Jesus in order to see who the Father is, to understand the Scriptures, and to know who our brothers and sisters are in Christ.
Pastor Ken reminds us that God delights in us and longs to bring us into the fullness of life that is found in his Son.
Pastor Ken calls us to continue to be faithful to the Lord as he has shown himself to be faithful time and time again through every transition his people encounter.
Pastor Ken invites us to discern the body of Christ around us by caring for one another and meeting the needs of our brothers and sisters in prayer, word, and deed.
Ron reminds us from the prologue of John’s gospel that Jesus is the eternal Son of God, that the Son took on human flesh, and that through the death and resurrection of Jesus we may become children of God.
Pastor Ken calls us to enter into the Christmas season with joy knowing that the Holy Trinity from eternity past has always wanted to reconcile us to the family of God.
Jason shares from the prophet Zephaniah that God delights in us, that God treasures us, and that he wants to restore us to himself through his Son.
Fr. Steve Kennedy calls us to enter fully into the season of Advent by following the call to repentance uttered by the prophets Malachi and John the Baptist so that we can be prepared for the return of Christ.