As we continue to work through our series on fruitful living, it is my hope that unless you know Jesus, you will never bear fruit. This week is no exception. You've probably heard the saying, "Know Jesus, Know Peace. No Jesus, No peace." But, can we back it up from the Bible? I think we can. Hope you can join us in person or via our livestream this Sunday at 10 am as we discuss how to "Give Peace A Chance."
I've mentioned before that Matthew 13:44 is one of my favorite verses in all of the Bible because it reminds me of my hobby of geocaching. Finding something hidden in the woods brings me a lot of joy. But, there is a greater joy that is out there for the Christian and it is less in what you find and more in the person and work of Jesus Christ. I hope you can join us either in person or via our livestream as we explore this week "The Fruit of Joy" as we continue our sermon series on fruitful living.. Hope you can join us in person or via our livestream this Sunday at 10 am!
If you have ever been to a wedding, odds are pretty good that you've heard our sermon text preached before. 1 Corinthians 13 is a go-to passage for weddings because it talks about love. However, the passage isn't talking about a romantic love between a husband and a wife, it is talking about the sort of love that is evidence of a fruitful life. I hope you can join us either in person or via our livestream as we explore this week "The Fruit of Love".
As the calendar turns from September to October (!), we come to the realization that another growing season for the farmer's fields and our home gardens are slowly coming to an end. The first frost of the season is coming soon and with it the end of this year's harvest. It's a chance for those with gardens or the farmer's fields to see how well the crops were this year.
How fruitful were the crops this year? That's what we are about to find out. Did you know that as Christians, we are called to likewise live fruitful lives? And, the way we go about it is similar to how the gardener or farmer works as well. Today we start a new series that will take us right up to Christmas! How do we bear fruit as Christians are called to do? That's what we'll find out as we start a new sermon series called "A Fruitful Life" with this week's message "Tend Your Garden."