Honoring God by Leading People to Become Devoted Followers and Ministers of Jesus Christ
On June 18, get ready for an African adventure that engages the whole herd! Life is sometimes wild, but God is always good! Kids explore God’s goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wild life.
What happens when a person, when a family, and when a church moves from fear to faith? Joy (Philippians 4:4-6), faithfulness (Joshua 1:6-9), freedom (Hebrews 2:14-15), comfort (Psalm 23:4), confidence (Psalm 27:3), steadiness in hard times (Psalm 112:7-8), thankfulness (Proverbs 12:5), and rest (Psalm 3:5-6). Join us as we continue in Mark and let Jesus lead us from fear to faith!
Mark 6:30-44 A lunch from a boy is miraculously transformed into enough food in order to feed over 5,000 people in a desolate place. Scott Ritterbush examines a story that most have heard before. In it, he also looks at Old Testament passages that parallel this miracle and show us that Jesus is our shepherd and can be trusted.
Mark 6:1-30 Pastor Scott returns to the pulpit and brings a message of how a prophet has little to no honor in their own house. How does this perspective work for us today? Do we have honor in the world we live in?
Mark 5:21-43 Guest speaker and Bethany Elder, Brian Lee begins a new series on what it means to progress from fear to faith in our daily lives, and how we can do this. The series begins with one event that contains two stories within it.
Luke 23:1-12 Easter Sunday is a celebration of the fact that Christ is Risen! Senior Pastor Scott Ritterbush considers two items: 1. How can we respond to Christ’s call? 2. Is the Power of Christ Affecting You?