History, poetry, prayer, song, chant, prophecy - Psalms runs the gamut when it comes to the kind of content covered in the Bible. Psalms takes us through the spectrum of human experience, and shows us that no matter what we go through, there is a God who listens to those who call on Him. He walks beside us, goes before us, encamps around us, reigns above us, and dwells among us. Join us for our summer team teaching series that will help us discover God is God, and we should praise Him. Here is the schedule …
JULY 9 – PSALM 90
Time is our most valuable asset. We wear watches, we glance at the clock or our phones so we don't lose track of time. Yet there's something more important than knowing what time it is . . . it's knowing what to do with our time. To open this series, Lead Pastor Bobby Martin will show us from this psalm a context for time that perhaps we’ve never thought of.
JULY 16 – PSALM 107
“Let the redeemed of the Lord say so!” There is no person too far for God to reach. Those who come to God all come by grace because of His great love. In this Psalm Student Pastor Jesse Hicks teaches as we look at our own story of redemption and remember to give thanks for His great love!
JULY 23 – PSALM 139
We are taught that God is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. Three big words with big meaning and we can see those three traits in many things, but what does it mean in our lives and in our relationship with God? In this Psalm, Young Adult Pastor Wade Henderson will explore how God’s power, presence and perception can impact us and our daily lives.
JULY 30 – PSALM 23
“How does God want me to respond to the anxiety in my life?” Well, like all the great questions of life, Scripture affords us an answer. This time it comes from the life of David. Community Pastor Tim Seippel will show us in this Psalm that there is a constructive, God-honoring way to respond to anxiety in our lives.
AUGUST 6 – PSALM 15
It doesn’t take a whole lot to have a mountain top experience with God. But what does it take to stay there? Evidently, there are certain requirements for us to “dwell on His holy hill.” In this Psalm Lead Pastor Bobby Martin will show us what it takes to live in God’s presence on a regular basis.
AUGUST 13 – PSALM 73
“Why, God?” It is a question we all ask eventually as we look at the world around us and witness great injustice. Sometimes we are even tempted to shake our fists at God. In this Psalm, Student Pastor Jesse Hicks will help us explore that part of our nature as well as be called to remember the truth of God's character upon which we can stand and be confident.
AUGUST 20 – PSALM 19
There are two things that speak loudly about God: His creation and His Word. If we are looking and listening, God will reveal Himself to us in incredible ways through nature and through Scripture. Young Adult Pastor Wade Henderson will show us in this Psalm how God speaks both visually and verbally to those who seek Him.
AUGUST 27 – PSALM 78
The philosopher, essayist, and novelist George Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” In this psalm, Community Pastor Tim Seippel helps us discover that what happens in the past – good or bad – should serve to help us in our relationship with God in the future. Knowing God’s precepts gives us a foundation to overcome our past mistakes and teach our children how to avoid them.