Sun, Aug 16, 2020
All of Christianity comes down to how we love God and how everything we do —relationships, work, entertainment, education— displays our love for God. No success, status, or possession will matter at the end of our days. How we loved God and loved others will be our victory.
Sun, Aug 19, 2018
Life is full of situations and times when we just don’t understand or know what to do. The Christian has all knowledge and wisdom available to them by seeking God and petitioning Him through prayer, yet we often look away and take the wheel. Community Pastor Tim Seippel in this message will show us how that can lead us into some difficult moments.
Sun, Jul 30, 2017
“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.
Sun, Aug 28, 2016
As Creator, Jesus knows where the fish are in the Lake of Gennesaret, a power Peter obviously lacks. Christ, as the sovereign Lord of the earth and its seas, could have commanded thousands of fish to leap onto shore, but He directs them into the man's net. The combination of the precise place, time, and mass of fish following Jesus' instructions qualifies this as a genuine miracle, one witnessed by many. Join us as Community Pastor Tim Seippel concludes the series “MIRACLES”.
Sun, Aug 25, 2013
Many people come to God and to church desiring to have their needs met and their “plates” filled. But they are unaware that they are missing what their true need is. Community Pastor Tim Seippel will use one of Jesus’ greatest miracles – the feeding of the 5000 – to uncover what our true need is and how it impacts our relationship with God.
Sun, Feb 26, 2012
In this message, Bobby encourages us to re-examine the beliefs we have regarding our purpose in life. God desires that we believe He has a purpose for our life and He longs for us to participate in all He is up to in this world. Our participation will leave us with a feeling of joy and a sense of purpose.