What Does God Have in Mind? Lives of Love.

What Does God Have in Mind? Lives of Love.

We are continuing on in the series, "Church: Why Bother?" This week we'll be looking at the book of 1 John and seeing how God has equipped His church to love each other and the world around it by work of Christ and the enabling of the Holy Spirit. This will be a fantastic look into what God has to tell us about love for one another. We really look forward to you joining us.

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What Does God Have in Mind? A Commission of Four "Alls".

What Does God Have in Mind? A Commission of Four "Alls".

This week, Pastor Ken Cunningham continues the current series: "Church: Why Bother?" We'll be looking at some of the final words given by Christ to His disciples before heading to Jerusalem and His execution. Instead of words of fear, He gives words of mission, hope, and encouragement, letting His people know this was not defeat...quite the opposite.

We look forward to seeing you here.

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What Does God Have in Mind? Worship.

What Does God Have in Mind? Worship.

God's people are to be worshipers. But what does it mean for us to worship God? Does God have something specific in mind? And how does the way we worship corporately affect the Church? Pastor Ken will be preaching out of the book of Nehemiah this week, bringing us a word from the Lord on worship. You won't want to miss it and we look forward to seeing you here.

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What Does God Have in Mind? Service.

What Does God Have in Mind? Service.

The Church is called to love both those within and without our walls. Our hearts should break over the same things the break Christ's. The example given to us was compassion flowing out through acts of merciful service. 

Join us this Sunday as Pastor Ken continues his sermon series on "Church: Why Bother?"

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What Does God Have in Mind? Community. // Romans 16:1-16

What Does God Have in Mind?   Community.  // Romans 16:1-16

Christ calls His Church to be in community with one another. Far from a life lived in isolation, our Savior has designed us to rely on others and be relied upon. Loving one another as a family is one of the richest ways in which God blesses His Church and readies them for His work.

Join us this Sunday as Pastor Ken continues his sermon series on "Church: Why Bother?"

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Church: Why Bother? // Hebrews 10: 22-25

Church: Why Bother?   //  Hebrews 10: 22-25

Many times the difficulty of meeting together weekly may lead us to ask if it's even worth it.

This week, Pastor Ken Cunningham will be bringing a message from Hebrews 10:22-25, which he has entitled, "Church: Why Bother?" You won't want to miss it. Click here for directions.

UPDATE: Listen here.

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