As we enter into the Thanksgiving season we each have many things for which to be thankful. Today we look at what scripture has to say about having an attitude of gratefulness.
Each of us has a pilgrimage all our own and is preordained by God. The apostle Paul had one of the most documented pilgrimages and in this message we explore the parallels that his pilgrimage has for christians today.
Jesus said it best, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will find it.” In this message we look into what that really means.
King David is a pillar of the christian faith, but he didn’t always make the best choices. Through looking at his life we can look at how fear is experienced, look at examples of fear as show in David’s life, and discuss what the proper reactions to fear should be for a believer. In a […]
God’s prepares us for everything we are called to do, the question is are we ready. Hebrews 12:1-3 tells us to run the race with our eyes on the prize and in this message we discuss what that means to believers today.
Hebrews 11 recounts the many ways the Old Testament pillars of our faith followed God when the world told them they were crazy. God’s plans don’t always make sense to us, but he makes us a promise. If the plan is God ordained, it cannot fail.
Pastor John Smucker shares with us that in everyday circumstances God is with us and we can call on him whenever we need him!
We cannot join the family of God by relying on our own efforts or our biological heritage. Instead, we can join His family only through faith in Jesus’ work on the cross.
This message explores how the gospel of grace turns slaves into heirs.
This message explores the core of the gospel, which is that I’m not good enough for Jesus–but Jesus is good enough for me.