Malachi 4:1-2a Malachi calls the day of the Lord “great and dreadful” in this closing passage of the Old Testament and paints a vision to match. God will come like a consuming fire, like a furnace. But that same
Luke 20:27-38 A recommitment to first principles: Scriptures and the Power of God.
Daniel 7:1-18 Daniel’s dream displays a sharp contrast between transient kingdoms and the eternal Kingdom of God, inherited by his holy people.
Genesis 32:22-31 A recommitment to engage God in the darkness. We wrestle God not to see who wins, but to be drawn into deeper intimacy.
Philipians 4:4-9 A service of celebration of what God has done in the life of our church and a call to continually tell our story in the light of God’s activity in our midst.
2 Timothy 2:8-15 Paul speaks to his young protégé of both the power and danger of words. “God’s word is not chained.” “Here is a trustworthy word.” “Keep reminding people of these things.” It is important to “correctly handle the
2 Timothy 1:1-14 Paul encourages Timothy to reconnect with the faith of his upbringing and fan it back to full flame.
Luke 15:1-10 Jesus tells two parables about missing things and the frantic search that ends in celebration. Sweeping a dirt floor seems like a loser’s game. Why not spend the time and effort on securing and investing the nine coins
Luke 14:25-33 Jesus calls all persons to himself, but the cost of discipleship is radical surrender
9/15/2019 – Survey from 2019 General Conference on Homosexuality. This is a survey, not a vote.