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May 2022

The Lord Ascended

In celebrating Ascension Sunday, we are reminded that Jesus is not only risen from the grave, he is seated in power at the right hand of the Father. This encourages us to live our lives with boldness, confident in the unending love and perfect work of Jesus on our behalf and knowing that he has all authority in Heaven and on Earth.



The Witnesses – Thomas

Gad alone is omniscient.  Thus, as humans we ask questions, have doubts, and need answers.  We need not be afraid or ashamed to ask our questions and express our doubts because our God loves to meet our need.  It is the grace of Jesus that dispels our doubts and meets our greatest needs.



The Ten



April 2022

The Witnesses – John

John provides his eye witness account of the death of his friend and mentor with the desire to convince us to believe that Jesus is so much more!  He is the King who died to deliver us from darkness.



Mind the Gap – Lord’s Supper Sunday 4/3/22

As we live in the tension between the reality that we have been forgiven and the promise that we will be perfected, there is a gap between our private person and our public persona.  The gospel reminds us that despite this gap, Jesus is always enough to eradicate the difference.



March 2022

Trust Matters

The Lord concludes his 10 Words to his covenant people with a command aimed directly at our hearts.  His command that we not covet is a claim on our trust and our affection, it is his claim on our worship.  Trusting the Lord is the key to contentment and our ability to love the Lord and our neighbors in all circumstances.



Truth Matters

In our study of the 10 Commandments, the 9th Command instructs us in the importance of the truth.  This word from the Lord teaches us that since God is true, we must be too.  



Stewardship Matters

In our study through the 10 Commandments we learn that God not only values our lives and our relationships with one another, he values our relationship with the material blessings he has bestowed.  His command that we not steal is bigger than not taking what doesn’t belong to me.  Instead, the Bible teaches us the broader principle of stewardship.  In giving us things, God invites his children to reflect his character in freely giving as we have been given to.



Marriage Matters

In our look at the seventh commandment we learn that marriage is God’s gift for our good and his glory and must be protected from every adulterous attack.


February 2022

Life Matters

In this look at the sixth commandment, Pastor Will explains how every life is valuable because it is imprinted with infinite value. ┬áTherefore, keeping this command is about more than “not killing.” It is about prioritizing the lives and well-being of everyone around us.