• Creating a Rule of Life – Sermon Recap

    What is a Rule of Life? A “rule of life” is essentially a plan for your spiritual life. It’s about being with Jesus, becoming like him, and doing the things he did – in other words, being an apprentice to Jesus. This concept shifts our focus from merely believing in

  • Pentecost Sunday: Celebrating the Birth of the Church – Sermon Recap

    We recently celebrated Pentecost Sunday, a celebration of the birth of the church in Jerusalem some 2000 years ago. This day is pivotal in the church’s history, second only to the death and resurrection of Christ. The Holy Spirit Descends In Acts 2:1-11, we read about the extraordinary event that

  • The Problem with Reconciliation (Part Two) – Sermon Recap

    The Ingredients of Reconciliation The three essential ingredients for reconciliation are repentance, grace, and truth. Last week, we discussed that repentance involves a necessary turning. Grace requires giving something undeserved. Truth demands addressing the reality of the situation. Defining Reconciled Truth Reconciled truth is the painful acknowledgment of real events

  • The Problem with Reconciliation (Part One) – Sermon Recap

    Pastor Tim highlighted the prevalent issue of fractured relationships in our society, both within and outside the church. In the sermon, he emphasized the need for a cultural shift towards fostering connection, community, and commitment. Through the lens of the biblical narrative in Philemon, Pastor Tim examined the dynamics of

  • What is Your Purpose?

    Mark Twain famously said that the two most important days in a person’s life are the day they were born and the day they discover why. This timeless wisdom prompts us to contemplate our sense of purpose and identity. In this sermon recap, we’ll explore the impact of our identity

  • Formed by Pain: How Suffering Shapes Our Identity

    In this sermon recap, we delve into the complex relationship between pain, suffering, and our identity. We explore how our perspective on pain and suffering can influence our connection with God, and how we might use our experiences to help others. The Bible encourages us to form our identity based

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