Dec 18, 2013
“With Eyes Wide Open”
Series: Advent 2013
  • Dec 18, 2013“With Eyes Wide Open”
    Dec 18, 2013
    “With Eyes Wide Open”
    Series: Advent 2013
  • Dec 15, 2013“Lips Sealed”
    Dec 15, 2013
    “Lips Sealed”
    Series: Advent 2013
  • Dec 11, 2013“On Your Knees”
    Dec 11, 2013
    “On Your Knees”
    Series: Advent 2013
  • Dec 8, 2013“Open Your Ears”
    Dec 8, 2013
    “Open Your Ears”
    Series: Advent 2013
    Have you ever been accused of having selective hearing? I know that's a common accusation directed at me. Then it's usually followed up with a "Clean out your ears" or some other poke. It has also been shown that your body in an effort to protect itself will shut down senses in moments of high trauma. Though, most of the time, we probably just don't want to hear what we feared we would. The real wax in our life is noise that we place in an attempt to satisfy ourselves or justify something we have chosen to do. All this noise though drowns out the Voice we should be yearning to hear. So we invite you to find some time to be still, quiet, and join Pastor Rick as he looks at another posture we should take this Advent season and beyond. Open Your Ears!
  • Dec 4, 2013“On Your Toes”
    Dec 4, 2013
    “On Your Toes”
    Series: Advent 2012
  • Dec 1, 2013“Embracing Arms”
    Dec 1, 2013
    “Embracing Arms”
    Series: Advent 2013
  • Nov 28, 2013God’s Inexpressible Gift
    Nov 28, 2013
    God’s Inexpressible Gift
    Series: Pentecost
  • Nov 25, 2013The One True Story
    Nov 25, 2013
    The One True Story
    Series: Pentecost
  • Nov 17, 2013“What did you do with it?
    Nov 17, 2013
    “What did you do with it?
    Series: Pentecost
    Ever find yourself drained from a situation. Certain places, situations, or people just take right out of you. In today's Epistle reading we are told "Do not grow weary in doing good things." This time of year in church as we build up to Christmas the readings can be downright depressing and hard to understand. We can be tempted to overlook these passages, but in this we can become tools and instruments of the oppressor, when we overlook the hard truth in God's Word. Don't become weary in your vigilance, for in your laziness the Master can pass by and the jailer can lay in wait to chain you down. So ask yourself, if we had to change our life because we knew Jesus was coming today...well, then we probably aren't living the way we have been shown. He has blessed us with so much to reach others. So, brothers and sisters, do not grow weary in doing good and showing the love of Christ to others. We invite you to join Pastor Aaron in a timely message to us all.
  • Nov 10, 2013“Who Am I”
    Nov 10, 2013
    “Who Am I”
    Series: Pentecost
    Who Am I? That is a very honest question...who am I? In this instance it isn't a philosophical soul searching question. This time you have been asked to free a nation from captivity. Yeah I'd be asking "Who Am I" as well. Many times we may find ourselves thrust into situations or find ourselves, having volunteered, in over our heads. The good news is God knows exactly who you are and it's for that reason He says, "I AM!!" I am Lord of all and where you will most assuredly fall short "I AM." Join Pastor Aaron as he looks at Moses' "I AM" moment.