Aug 24, 2014
Do you want to get well? (Traditional)
Week 8 in the series "Questions God Asks Us," based on John 5:1-9.
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  • Aug 24, 2014Do you want to get well? (Traditional)
    Aug 24, 2014
    Do you want to get well? (Traditional)
    Week 8 in the series "Questions God Asks Us," based on John 5:1-9.
  • Aug 24, 2014Nehemiah (Contemporary Service)
    Aug 24, 2014
    Nehemiah (Contemporary Service)
    Series: Heroes
    5th week of the Heroes Series, based on Nehemiah 6:15-16.
  • Aug 17, 2014“Who do you say I am?” (Traditional Service)
    Aug 17, 2014
    “Who do you say I am?” (Traditional Service)
    Week 7 of the series "Questions God Asks Us," based on Mark 8:27-30 KEY VERSE: 27 Jesus and his disciples left Galilee and went up to the villages near Caesarea Philippi. As they were walking along, he asked them, “Who do people say I am?” This includes the scripture reading by Morgan LeFils and the Stewardship Moment by Laney Smith.
  • Aug 17, 2014Mary (Contemporary Service)
    Aug 17, 2014
    Mary (Contemporary Service)
    Series: Heroes
    This is week four of the series Heroes, and is based upon Luke 1:26-38 (NLT) Key Verse: 28 Gabriel appeared to her and said, “Greetings, favored woman! The Lord is with you![a]”
  • Aug 10, 2014What are you looking for? (Traditional Service)
    Aug 10, 2014
    What are you looking for? (Traditional Service)
    Week Six of the series "Questions God Asks Us," based upon John 1:35-39. This includes the youth, Chase Greene's reading of scripture.
  • Aug 4, 20142014 Summer Choir Musical
    Aug 4, 2014
    2014 Summer Choir Musical
    The Chancel Choir performs their summer musical.
  • Aug 3, 2014David (Contemporary Service)
    Aug 3, 2014
    David (Contemporary Service)
    Series: Heroes
    Heroes and villains. Showdowns and miracles. Life and death. The Bible holds within it’s pages some of the greatest stories ever told. Stories packed with action, drama, mystery and heroes. Stories that have stood the test of time and can stand toe to toe against the best Hollywood blockbusters. In our series HEROS we look back through the scriptures at the stories and impact of seven of the greatest heroes the world has ever known, learning why their stories should still matter to us today. This is week one of the series Heroes, and is based upon 1 Samuel 16:1-13
  • Jul 27, 2014Why am I here?
    Jul 27, 2014
    Why am I here?
    You're in for a real blessing as Bruce Smith & Josh Runion lead worship and preach this morning for the pastor who is out of town conducting a wedding. From Bruce's magnificent prayers, to the Choir's beautiful music and then the blessed words God put in Josh's mouth will touch you this week. Based on 1 Kings 19:1-10, Josh Runion continues the series "The Questions God Asks Us."
  • Jul 20, 2014What is your Name? (Traditional Service)
    Jul 20, 2014
    What is your Name? (Traditional Service)
    4th Sermon in the series "The Questions God Asks Us" based on Trevor Hudson's book by the same name.  This week's question comes from Genesis 32:22-28.  The recording includes the Sanctuary Choir's performance of "When the Stars Burn Down."
  • Jul 20, 2014Joseph (Contemporary Service)
    Jul 20, 2014
    Joseph (Contemporary Service)
    Series: Heroes
    Heroes and villains. Showdowns and miracles. Life and death. The Bible holds within it’s pages some of the greatest stories ever told. Stories packed with action, drama, mystery and heroes. Stories that have stood the test of time and can stand toe to toe against the best Hollywood blockbusters. In our series HEROS we look back through the scriptures at the stories and impact of seven of the greatest heroes the world has ever known, learning why their stories should still matter to us today.
    This is week one of the series Heroes, and is based upon Genesis 50:4-21.
    KEY VERSE: 19 But Joseph replied, “Don’t be afraid of me. Am I God, that I can punish you? 20 You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so I could save the lives of many people.