God's Mercy for our Mess  

If you've ever gotten yourself into a terrible predicament and felt hopeless and desperate, you are not alone. In the Bible, David made some bad choices that were motivated by fear and which nearly resulted in his death. But God intervened on his behalf as He often does for us. As a result, David writes Psalm 34 as a song of thanksgiving to the Lord who rescues us from the mess WE create. Learn from David's story and be reminded of God's mercy for our mess.

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 12:10-11.

The Heart of Confession  

There's some good news, and there's some bad news. First, the bad news... we are all sinners. The Bible describes the human condition as "sinful"-that none of us measures up to the perfect standard of God. But the good news is that there is forgiveness for all who will confess their sins to the Lord. But what do all these terms-sin, forgiveness, confession-mean? King David expresses these things in Psalm 32 as he opens up about his own failures, and Pastor Gary explains it all in today's study entitled, "The Heart of Confession."

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 12:10-11.

The Discipline of Waiting  

Have you ever been impatient about something because it wasn't happening fast enough or working quickly enough? Have you ever felt that way toward God - like he wasn't making something happen soon enough for you? For most of us, patience is not a virtue. And it doesn't help that we live in a VERY fast-paced world where technology makes everything lightning-fast! Nevertheless, in Psalm 27 David tells us to take courage and "wait for the Lord." God doesn't work on our timetable. It is usually slower than what we'd prefer. But God is not slow, or fast... He is right on time! In today's study, Pastor Gary encourages us to practice the discipline of waiting - learning how to trust God and lean on Him when life seems to be "on pause."

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 12:7-11.

The Song of a Shepherd - Part 3/3  

In the conclusion of a three-part series through the 23rd Psalm, Pastor Gary reminds us that we are like sheep and God is like a shepherd who loves us and cares for us. The final two verses of Psalm 23 express David's heart about a God who protects us, comforts us, and wants us to spend eternity with Him in Heaven. David's concluding words are about how he wants to "dwell in the house of the Lord forever." He has an assurance that when he dies he will go to be with the Lord in Heaven. Are you as confident that you will go to Heaven when you die? Find out how to have that assurance in today's conclusion of "The Song of a Shepherd."

Midweek Service  

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The Song of a Shepherd - Part 2/3  

In part two of our study through Psalm 23, Pastor Gary walks us through the verses about "the paths of righteousness" and "the valley of the shadow of death". If you've ever felt like you were on the wrong path or in a dark valley, this passage will encourage you about how much our Good Shepherd cares about each of us.

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 12:1-11.

The Song of a Shepherd - Part 1/3  

The 23rd Psalm is probably the most familiar psalm in the Bible. That's because most people have heard it read at a funeral. But Psalm 23 is about life, not death; about how we are like sheep and God is like a shepherd who lovingly, tenderly takes care of us. Join Pastor Gary for part one of a three part series on Psalm 23.

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 11:17-34.

Trusting God  

Most of us know we should trust God, but how many of us actually do trust God when life gets challenging? The word "trust" appears more than 200 times in the Bible and more than 50 times just in the book of Psalms. The theme of trusting God is a predominant one in Scripture and it's the topic of today's study from Psalms 20 and 21. All of us go through seasons of distress. Perhaps you are in the middle of one of those seasons right now. It's time to trust God.

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 11.

Dealing With Failure In The Christian Life  

Join us as Pastor Turner Miles shares three statements about God and our own failures using examples from the life of David.

Midweek Service  

An in-depth study of 1 Corinthians 10.

Question And Answer Services  

Join us for our annual Question and Answer services.

A Christmas Message From Nazareth  

Matthew writes regarding the place of Jesus' upbringing in Matthew 2:23, "And he went and lived in a city called Nazareth, so that what was spoken by the prophets might be fulfilled, that he would be called a Nazarene." Join Pastor Gary for a special Christmas message in Nazareth, Israel.

Shining The Light To Jesus  

It was a star in the night sky over Bethlehem that God used to lead the Wise Men to the place where baby Jesus was. It was on that night 2,000 years ago that God came to earth to offer the gift of eternal life through His Son, Jesus. God will still use various methods and circumstances to lead people to Jesus today. What might God be using in your life to shine your way to Jesus?

The Path Of Life  

Psalm 16 is an outline of the path of life that, if followed, will give us a peace about life now and a hope about eternal life to come. David wrote this psalm out of personal difficulty, but by the end of it he was expressing his hope and confidence about life here and life to come.

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