Displaying the Glory of God in Christ Jesus
Remember, Remember, Remember- Joshua 4:19-24
Do you have special dates, places or traditions to remind your children and future generations about God’s work in your life? Do you have things that remind YOU of the power of God in your life or of how God has answered your prayers?
Join elder, Dave Johnson, as he shares how Joshua reminds us of the importance of remembering the power of God’s message, actions and involvement in our lives.
Walking Through Water- Joshua 3: 7-13
Joshua 3 brings us to a time that is hundreds of years in the making to fulfill a promise God made to Abraham and his descendants. After much sacrifice and with much anticipation God gives distinct and direct instructions to the people on how to enter the land in an effort to remind them that God is the living god and that He is a god that fulfills promises to his people.
Join guest speaker, Tim Bohrer who serves as a missionary on our behalf to the unreached and unengaged peoples of East Asia, as he teaches on Joshua 3 and the people who walk through water while following God.
Rahab the Faithful – Joshua 2:1-24
Chapter 2 of Joshua is one of the great salvation stories of the Old Testament. It tells us a story of a woman named Rahab. Initially everything is stacked against Rahab. She has no family background or knowledge of the living God. She is a pagan living in a pagan city. She is known in the community as a prostitute, living in constant offense to God. But yet, she is who God chooses to help save and deliver His people. How can God use her to save his people? And yet He does honor her (Hebrews 11:31, James 2:25 ). It is because of her faith in Christ (Joshua 2:9-11).
You may think you’ve failed God too many times for him to use you for His plans of salvation. But if he’s able to use a prostitute and liar, what can He do through you? What will He do for you? Join guest speaker, Pastor Tommy Martin as he shares the story of Rahab and how she is an example for us.
Strength & Courage for the Journey- Joshua 1:1-9
Throughout the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, there is a theme of mankind being in need of redemption. We are reminded over and over how God meets our needs of redemption and the promises he will fulfill. The book of Joshua, chapters 1-12, are about the preparation of entering the land that was promised to the Israelites.
Join elder, Dave Gossett, as he introduces us to our sermon series on Joshua and points out the promises made to the nation of Israel and to us.
What a Strange Story: Resurrection Gospel Narratives
In a recent poll of Americans it was found that since the year 2000 we fell from 72% of people being connected to a synagogue, church or mosque to 41%. Doubters are in our culture. Doubters are in our church. Doubt should be welcome and encouraged so that belief can be built. And it is through the strangeness of the stories of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ that points to the authenticity of the story and start to build belief.
Join guest pastor, Mark Bassett as he takes you on a journey through the stories of the resurrection gospel and how those items that are included, and missing, help us believe that the stories are true about who our risen Lord is and what He accomplished with His death on the cross and resurrection.
The Challenge for Living – Philippians 4:4-7
Join elder, Kevin Guinn, as he challenges us to live with the words of Philippians 4:4-7 in mind, especially as we pray through Holy Week this year.