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Daniel’s Walk with God

When we think about the book of Daniel, we usually think about prophecy and more specifically, apocalyptic prophecy. There is another aspect of Daniel’s book that is often overlooked, that being Daniel’s walk with God. Daniel’s book was written during a time of significant troubles for God’s people. Yet Daniel remained faithful and experienced an…

How Does Jesus…

Uncertain times like these are great opportunities to look to Jesus the author and finisher of our faith. With Jesus comes the peace and friendship that gives healing and strength to live. I know, because Jesus has been a true friend to me and I can count on Him no matter what! Scripture: Luke 4:16,…

Keep Looking at your Friend

Is the world around you confusing, frustrating and hopeless? Look to Jesus! Has the stress of a world out of control clouded your mind? Look to Jesus! Jesus said, “Look to me. I am your Friend” As we keep our eye, our focus on our Friend Jesus, He fills us with hope, peace and comfort.…

Looking to the Cross

Forgiveness of sins is a gift through Christ’s death that we do not deserve. With this forgiveness comes work which we must do–repentance. Repentance is not easy. If repentance is genuine it involves a change in the life of sin we have led, confession and restitution. Only through the grace of Christ can it be…

The Covenant – Father Abraham

This is 3rd in the series on the Covenant. In this session, we will see how the covenant, the plan of salvation, moves forward through a man named Abraham. The covenant gets additional clarification as Abraham is promised a land, a seed, a blessing and to be a blessing to all nations. Abraham is put…

Why Me?

Christians are mandated to serve “the least of these”, but why? Is it part of an arbitrary check list that earns you a ticket to heaven? Explore some of the ways that serving others adds value to our own lives and helps us become the Christians God wants us to be. Scripture: Matthew 24:31-46; Genesis…

The Covenant Beginnings

The notion of a covenant is unfamiliar to many today. But, the practice of a covenantal life was an integral part of the ancient cultures in the Near East. Tens of thousands of documents unearthed in the last decades show a wide range of legal agreements between individuals and between nations. Already in the eighteenth-century…

Messy Love

Love is Messy. So how do we remain or become a loving human being? The Bible has a lot to say about love. It’s my heart’s desire (get it?), that we utilize the tools and knowledge we have been given to become the best loving version of ourselves that God created us to be. Won’t…