Before Easter, consider these things

Over the course of this week, we’ve been walking through Jesus’ teachings about His own death and resurrection according to Matthew’s Gospel. Those videos can be viewed below and the series will be downloadable this week from the church website. We walked through Matthew 24:1-26:5, where Jesus both states that all the things He described... Continue Reading →


If God’s Love is Unconditional, why are there so many conditional statements in the Old Testament?

In chapter 3 of Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus revealed that before beginning His preaching ministry, it was fitting to fulfill all righteousness. This was done in His baptism by John and it would be done in the Temptations. Tonight, we arrive at the first temptation. We will spend the whole night on this one temptation and... Continue Reading →

Practicing Wisdom in the Specialized Ministries of the Church

We are continuing our leadership series exploring the place of different methodological components of the local church. In the first section, we explored the different components of the main church services or meeting times. In this section, we are considering the different components of the local church’s overall ministry method. In this section, we are... Continue Reading →

Why Did Jesus Receive the Baptism of Repentance From John?

Last week, we started this section of Matthew’s Gospel that we are referring to as the prelude to Jesus’ preaching ministry. John the Baptist taught some very significant things concerning the kingdom of heaven, which was at hand. As he is teaching, Jesus comes to be baptized by him. Matthew 3:13-17 Then Jesus arrived... Continue Reading →

So, What Is Gossip?

Submit your questions using the contact form, on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. We know that gossip is wrong. We know that it is best for us not to participate in gossip, listening to it or ourselves speaking it. Gossip causes conflict and, in most cases, is not accurate information. One of our church members approached... Continue Reading →

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