He is risen! He is risen indeed! The story of Thomas and what it teaches, the fact of the resurrection and our faith. The Gospel is more than just the teachings of Jesus.
The service of Tenebrae follows a tradition of the church dating back to the eighth century. From Latin, the word Tenebrae means “darkness” and commemorates the final hours of our Lord’s life on earth, as he suffered death upon the cross. In the early church, the service of Tenebrae was celebrated on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of the Holy Week. The spirit…
Pastor Scott preaches about courage. Saul had no courage, Goliath had a false courage and David had a true courage. David fights not for Israel, but as Israel, as their champion. Jesus is the true champion.
The first 13 verses of 1Sam 16 are about David being anointed. In this sermon, Pastor Scott talks about the heart of a king and the spirit of a king. He then talks about the true King, Jesus.
The Story of Hannah The Son of Hannah The Song of Hannah God Centered Prayer
Naomi’s doom – After her husband and sons die, she is without means in a foreign land. Ruth’s love – Ruth’s love, only understood in context of Naomi’s doom, as Ruth is now without means in a foreign land. The Kinsman Redeemer – a protector, provider and restorer. Boaz provides all three! Why? Sacrificial love – Ruth uses covenant name of the…
Continuing the study of the book of Judges, this week looking at Gideon. The love of discipline Gideon, the worried warrior Jesus, the Divine Warrior
Who are the Judges and why did Israel need them? Who was Samson and what kind of judge was he? What do we learn from Samson?