There’s so much pain and hurt in the world, sometimes it’s hard to see anything else. But what if, we saw more of His love? The greatest sacrifice in history shows us how to make it happen. In this three-part series, we’ll look at three main ways that Jesus loved the Church: by washing feet, and breaking bread, and forgiving sinners.
You’re invited to join us as we celebrate Easter Week! Good Friday (Communion Service) – Friday, March 25th at 7:00 pm. Easter Sunrise Service (Otter Creek Fishing Access) – Sunday, March 27th 7:00 am Easter Breakfast at the Church 9:00 am – Easter Worship 10:00 am – Fellowship 10:30 am – Easter Worship We are […]
Our current sermon series is called Small Things, Big Difference. Over the last three weeks we have been running with one simple thought: IT’S OFTEN THE SMALL THINGS THAT NO ONE SEES THAT RESULT IN THE BIG CHANGES THAT EVERYONE WANTS. John Wooden, the famous basketball coach, said, “It’s the little things that are vital. Little things […]
Biblical Friendship: How to have it? Abraham Lincoln’s friendships were famous. Friend was one of his favorite words. He opened his letters with the word friend and often closed them the same way. “The better part of one’s life consists of his friendships,” Mr. Lincoln wrote to Joseph Gillespie in 1849. While speaking to the […]
Friendship: The Most Important, Often Overlooked Relationship in Life I came across a series of articles written by Kevin DeYoung while studying for a message series on Biblical Friendship. A few years ago he published a three-part series called The Gift of Friendship and the Godliness of Good Friends. The title alone was catchy enough to […]