Pastor Doug takes us again to the historical facts in Israel. This week, he discusses the evidence of who Jesus and Pilate were. Doug teaches that all of these things can be seen as real history, but mean nothing without faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah.
This week, Pastor Doug teaches us that it may be easy to conform to the whims of not only the world around us, but even to the norms and traditions of church functions. Rather, we are called to allow the Holy Spirit to transform us to the perfect will of God.
Pastor Doug shares with us the experience of being in Israel and in the exact locations of described in the Bible. Being in those places and understanding the truth of those stories, Doug challenges us to live our lives in a way that reflects those truths and make the commitment to be fully following God.
This week, Pastor Doug takes us through the idea of raising children to have honor. We can teach children how to behave, but the behavior will not last if it is not rooted. Honor is the root that is needed to live a life to show love and respect toward others, and to love God with all that we are.
Events throughout life naturally connect our present reality and the eternal nature of God. Looking at the intertwined lives of John the Baptist and Jesus can give us a glimpse of some of the defining moments in their relationship. How can we utilize the reality of a situation today to point us to eternity?
How can knowing God and knowing myself in relationship to God help me to overcome the real struggles I will face in life?
This week, Pastor Doug looks into how God instructs His people to memorialize His love and care at pivotal moments throughout their lives. These markers will also help orient us to the world around us.
Today we look at why the Bible is so important to our faith and learn some helpful tidbits about its actual composition, historicity and proven relevance.
This Mother’s Day, Pastor Ben takes us through what it takes to pass our faith in Christ to the next generation. He stresses not only its importance, but also some easy ways to get involved in the lives of young people.
“If you don’t seek, how can we be found?”
Pastor Doug continues speaking about love and our responsibility to share it with others.