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Hope in the Storm (pt 1)

The only constant in our world today is change! Not all change is bad, but at times it leads to uncertainty, doubt and hopelessness. Yet, this is not how God wants his people to live. If you are drifting the thing you need most is an anchor! That's what God offers - a hope that is a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul. In this lesson, we explore this hope in Heb. 6:17-20.

By |2021-03-14T08:02:10-05:00January 24th, 2021|Hebrews, Sermons|

Encounters with Angels – Joseph

Have you ever been a part of something that you felt was bigger than you? I can only imagine that is exactly how Joseph must have felt when an angel appeared to him in a dream and explained his life was about to change (Matt. 1:18-25). Ironically, the angel challenged him to be a part of a story that would change the world! In this story, Joseph serves as a great example of how God will challenge us too.

By |2020-12-24T14:43:03-06:00December 20th, 2020|Encounters with Angels, Matthew|

Lost

Few people enjoy the sense of “lostness.” One researcher took volunteers to Germany, strapped a GPS to them, and told them to walk a straight line without help through the Bienwald Forest. The clouds blocked out the sun, and people started wandering in circles because they had nothing to anchor them. When that happens, we grow afraid. Michael Bond puts it this way:  Children lost in the woods is a common a motif in modern fairy tales and in ancient mythology. Usually in fiction there is some kind of redemption: Snow White is rescued by dwarfs and even Hansel and Gretel, facing certain doom in the gingerbread house, find their way home. Reality is often more grim: During the 18th and 19th centuries, getting lost was one of the most common causes of death among the children of European settlers in the North American wilderness. No wonder we look for something when lost! Jesus knew man’s ability to get lost. They wander from what is reliable to something more compelling yet harmful. When he came to the world, he had a simple mission. It caused him to ignore many and focus on a few. He knew why he came: “For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost.”” (Luke 19:10) Are you lost? It’s not comforting. What is needed is to find someone who can help you find the way. Are you that helper? -Robert G. Taylor-  

By |2020-12-14T10:20:14-06:00December 14th, 2020|Sermons|
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