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Daniel 4 was about the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar, his story of how he became prideful and how God humbled him. There's a 23 year gap between chapter 3 and 4,…
In the fourth chapter of Daniel, the young Hebrew Prophet is called upon a second time to interpret a disturbing dream of Nebuchadnezzar. With evident love for his pagan king,…
What would you do when someone you do not like needs help? Do we help them? Is that good to help them? Is it bad? Find out with us as…
One author writes, "Nebuchadnezzar made a poor choice. He took the cares of the day to bed with him at night and they haunted him." Sound familiar? When the king…
Uprooted from his native land in Judah, Daniel was planted in the wicked soil of Babylon as a young man. As we read his story, we find Daniel is not…
The holocaust was viewed as one of the most awful displays of man's depravity. Millions of Jews were executed in the gas chambers of Nazis while many looked away in…
As we begin 2016, we're going to look at the topic of discipleship, a hugely important discussion for our church as we launch into a new year. In Matthew 28,…

Worshipping

December 27, 2015
Over and over in the Christmas story worship takes place. A response of worship is fitting when we realized what our God did for us!

Welcoming

December 20, 2015
When Jesus invaded our planet, there was the grand announcement of His arrival by the angels, but who was there to welcome Him? Who were the ones that experienced that…

Watching

December 13, 2015
In the first century many were watching for a Messiah. Israel was held captive in its own land. The Old Testament prophets spoke of the One who would come and…

Waiting

December 6, 2015
For centuries the Jewish people waited for Messiah. The promises of the prophets were clear that one day Messiah would come and establish his kingdom, but waiting is never easy,…
The last church in our series on the churches of Revelation is Laocidea, the church who wasn't one way or another. What does Jesus have to say about them?
Philadelphia (No, not the state in the United States), is the sixth church mentioned in Revelation. It is described as the church that was faithful. What can we take from…
Join us this week, as we talk about the fifth church the is mentioned in Revelation, Sardis!
What does it mean for us to be adopted by God?
How has God's mission appeared in the Bible from the Old Testament to the New Testament? What does it mean for us?
In our series of looking at the seven churches of Revelation, we get to fourth church, Thyatira. What does God have to say to this church? What can we learn…
Can you imagine if our church got a direct message from Jesus? This is what happened to the seven churches of Revelation. All located in what is now known as…
Smyrna is the second church described in the book of Revelation, and are described as the suffering church. What does that mean? What does it mean for us?
Just as passion in marriage can wane, our passion for our Savior and one another can wane, grow cold if not properly nourished. The church in Ephesus lost their first…