This summer we will be going through the Bible to explore the Parables that Jesus taught. Parables are earthly stories with heavenly meanings, and were a common form of teaching in Judaism. Jesus used these to help explain God’s truth to his disciples so that they could help spread the word of God…(June 14th, 2015 – )




Put Down the Stone

The first week of this series isn’t a parable. In light of what is going on in culture today Pastor Tom wanted to talk about Truth and Grace. We will be exploring the story of the adulturous woman who was spared from being stoned to death by the Pharisees. Jesus understood that seeing sinners set free was the most important thing because to the Pharisees, the law was everything. People are everything, and Jesus does not dismiss the importance of God’s word because he IS God’s word. (June 14th, 2015)



Bags of Gold

When it comes to an aspect of your life that is really important to you, how willing are you to risk it for something better? Today we are going to explore the parable of investment in Matthew 25:14-30.  The master had three servants, and gave each servant an opportunity to invest what the master had given them. Only two of the servants risked it all to get a greater return on their investment. The last servant was too afraid to make a mistake, and missed out on an amazing opportunity.  Let’s see how this parable relates to your life and your pursuit of something greater…



The Hidden Treasure & The Fine Pearl

What are you the number one fan of? You probably say that you would do anything to support whatever that is. However, if you got that golden opportunity, would you actually take it? How willing would you be to give up everything you had at the moment, for the something that you just knew in your heart was better? That is what we are going to explore in this week’s parables in Matthew 13:44-46… (June 28th, 2015)



The Unmerciful Servant

Due to incliment weather we recorded our message early this morning so you could enjoy from home! If you would like to do your own worship this morning, here are the links to the songs we were going to sing!

***Disclaimer: Parents, please be aware that commercials will pop up on the worship songs before the video plays***

 Hosannah Rock!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5582z642wFY

We Are The Free

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1wh-O0VznQ

Your Love Never Fails

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXsWAAhnGhc

Good, Good Father

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKvCpAFcjI8

 Blessed Assurance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOv7RmXi7VE&list=RDXOv7RmXi7VE

We will see you back at Sleep Inn next week for our normal services.

– Updated at 10:31 a.m. July 5th



The Shrewd Manager

What is most important in life? Do you live for what is most important? This week we will be diving into the parable of the Shrewd Manager in Luke 16:1-15. When faced with a life-changing event, he evaluated what was most important to him, and made a game plan that ensured the best outcome for him. This is one of the most complicated parables in the Bible, but arguably one of the most important. We are going to see just how important being consciously shrewd in our every day lives really is…(July 12, 2015)



The Lost Sheep

What is church to you? The definition of church does not have to be confined to a building, it can be applied to the people who serve in it! YOU are the church! You are God’s best resource at reaching those far from Him. However, you have to have courage and be willing to take risks. Open up your Bibles to Luke 15:1-7, so we can dive into the parable of the Lost Sheep together…(July 19, 2015)



A Pharisee and a Tax Collector

Jesus was an extraordinarily talented communicator. When Jesus told a story, no matter who was in the audience, they listened.  What was the strategy that made him so brilliant? He got on people’s levels, found the common ground, and spoke truth to them in a way that related to their daily lives. He didn’t worry about what the Pharisees thought; in fact, he was even more critical towards them! Join us today in Luke 18:10 to learn more about Jesus being the standard on how to treat those far from God.