A Father’s Day message from Psalm 1. Blessed is the man who doesn’t walk in the counsel of the wicked or the scoffer, but whose delight is in the Lord. A message of encouragement for Dads to lead the charge of faith in their families.
The name of God is Majestic. He is infinite in power and intricate in His care and concern for us.
Where do you turn when you’re in distress? Psalm 4 teaches us the real, tangible good that comes from walking with God.
Kristie Kerr begins our Psalms series with Psalm 23. What does it mean for God to restore our soul?
In Mark chapter 5 there is two stories of healing. In the midst of them, Jesus says the words which are such a great practical tool for us each day as we face different storms and trials – “don’t be afraid, just believe.”
An update on our campaign to raise funds to purchase and renovate a building in downtown Farmington. Also a message on how God wants us to rid our lives of fear when it comes to finances, but rather to live in generosity and trust.
How do we live out our freedom in Jesus? How do we live to honor God and not be all about following the religious rules? There is NO SIN which can bring condemnation against us, but yet, EVERY SIN is serious enough that Jesus had to die for it.
Long story short, the end of the story is this… spoiler alert… Jesus is coming back. He is victorious. He is making all things new. Eternity with Him awaits for those who have received His mercy.
Long story short, the resurrection of Jesus Christ is what launches the Church. Jesus appears to many eye witnesses and then ascends into Heaven. The Holy Spirit comes, fills the believers who then go out and preach the gospel. The church grows, the church is persecuted, the church continues to this day. It’s our turn.