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November 27, 2016

Act your age - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

We need to hear Saint Paul's words in this new church year. In this season when people are going to get too busy with all kinds of things and say I don't have the time. We need to help them hear and see and understand that a new age has broken in, that God's goodness and grace has come to us already, and will come in its fullness in God's great "kairos" time in the future. But meanwhile, a new age has begun. So Paul says, act your age!

NOVEMBER 26, 2016

Remain alert, the time is coming - by Deacon Diane (Saturday 4:30 pm)

Think back over the past week. How much of what you did was motivated by you conscious awareness of the coming of the Lord? If you are like me, you'll have to admit-not much. I often get caught up with daily pressures and deadlines that I forget the big picture. I forget that Jesus is coming and that I should be living each day for that great future event.

November 20, 2016

The true bread of life - by Deacon John (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

Jesus is more interested in feeding our souls rather than are stomachs. You see the problem is we can't see that priority. We have a tendency to desire bread for the stomach rather than for our soul. You see, Moses had provided bread for thousands of Jews, but Jesus is providing bread for all humankind. Jesus is the bread, the nourishment from God. He is the one who offers forgiveness. He offers peace and freedom from guilt and from shame and this is the nourishment that we need to partake of daily.

November 13, 2016

We don't have to worry about who wins the battles because we already know who has won the war. - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

Christians are not those who fearfully gaze into an uncertain terrifying future. No, we are those who are able to live with confidence, not confidence in ourselves or necessarily the works of these stuff around us or whatever party you're a part of. No, we're confident that things will turn out for God's best in God's time and we are privileged to help serve and be a part of that.

November 6, 2016

Our inheritance is a relationship with God - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

Yet the message of the Gospel, the best gift we can receive at anytime and anyplace, is that which was always meant to share. Evangelical, you know, means messengers. It's to share and so we have a rich inheritance that we are called to share as we minister to others. To show them, to demonstrate, and to become those folks who pass along the inheritance that others might find the Joy and the peace, the forgiveness and the grace that is Jesus Christ, our Lord.

October 30, 2016

Free to be God's children - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

To be free. Now we think of that often in political terms. I think that the Jewish leaders who were listening to Jesus in today's gospel message we're thinking in the same way.They were thinking about political freedom. But Jesus was offering something much more. What Jesus offers to us is a freedom from the brokenness that afflicts us, from this sinful condition that we share as human beings.

October 23, 2016

All of us have the beggars bowl out - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

By the grace of God we know that we may be a publican and have a need of prayer and mercy and grace we may sometimes be puffed up Pharisees who can't even see our own need for grace but we have a God who loves and offers us his mercy in love and encourages us to be made new as his children.

October 16, 2016

Persistence in prayer - by Pastor Dave (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

To the people of Luke's day who had been praying for God's kingdom to come, but had not yet seen it happen, this parable serves to encourage them in praying and not giving up. The message also deals with those who are plagued with doubt. It tells how faith is maintained. The maintenance of faith depends on the persistence in prayer. The more we talk with God, the more we shape our prayers, the more we are in touch and in relationship to him.

October 15, 2016

Keep praying - by Deacon Diane (Saturday 4:30 pm)

Persistent prayer is the demonstration of faith in God who, while at time may delay His answers, will always act decisively and justly with respect to His people. God is just. The Second Advent will bring justice.

October 9, 2016

Like the nine who forgot or the one who received the grace of God? - by Pastor Wayne Kofink (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

One out of ten gives thanks–that's it. And a foreigner, a Samaritan, a person the rest of the people looked down on. The last person that you would expect to know how to behave–this is the only one who gives thanks to God. Somehow this is the only one who has outgrown the human self-centeredness and given thanks to God for the gift given to him. What an indictment of people–one out of ten. Doesn't surprise me, though. Does it surprise you? I mean how many people are thankful for much of anything. I challenge all of us to look at the whole subject of being thankful in our lives and wonder if we really do wind up in the thankful minority or if maybe there isn't some room to grow in thankfulness.

October 8, 2016

The living dead - by Deacon Diane (Saturday 4:30 pm)

We know more about zombies than leprosy, but the point of this passage is not leprosy or zombies, it is to be thankful. God loves us so much he will give us the opportunity to be thankful when nothing about the circumstances gives you the motivation. That is the very definition of faith.

October 2, 2016

Faith - by Pastor Wayne Kofink (Sunday 8 & 10 am)

Living in trust with God means doing things in ways that the rest of the world thinks is nuts. We are concerned with the welfare of others and not just ourselves. We return kindness for injury. And to top it all off we talk to someone we call God who nobody can see. These seem to be crazy to the world, but these are expressions of our faith in God.


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