“He Strengthens the Weary”

September 20, 2020
With all that we have been through thus far this year and in recent weeks, we are in a season of weariness and fatigue – physically, emotionally, and spiritually. And…
As Oregon, including Lane County, is dealing with devastating statewide wildfires, an emergency conflagration declaration by the Governor, hundreds of homes destroyed, mass evacuations, loss of life and property, debilitating…
The God who knows us better than we even know ourselves has the ability to do what we can’t do for ourselves, which is search and save us
We begin a series today talking about the central core of our being – our heart, and why it’s absolutely essential we strive not just for “heart health” but “holiness…

“Extraordinary Peace”

August 9, 2020
In Isaiah 9:6 the Messiah is called “the Prince of Peace.” In I Thessalonians 5:23 the apostle Paul says that God is a God of peace. In John 14:27 Jesus…
If faith is the foundation of our life in Christ, then forgiveness becomes the walls and rafters that are built upon that foundation which gives shape to our lives
Jesus makes an important threefold distinction when it comes to faith – either we have no faith, little faith, or great faith. We look at seven impediments that keep us…
What is worship? Isn’t worship just an ancient ritual? Is worship even necessary in the twenty first century? How do you worship during a pandemic? These are just a few…
One of the indications of an authentically mature and holy person in Christ is that they find reasons to be thankful and grateful, rather than looking for reasons to be…
Even though we as Americans live in the “land of the free” and experience freedoms unlike any other country in the world, there is a greater, higher, and extraordinary freedom…