Mark - The Lion

Mark presents Jesus as the High King on the move. Although His true identity was hidden from most, His ultimate authority and power confronts the world and could not be withstood. Ultimately all will choose either complete allegiance to this King, or high treason against His Kingdom. Read More...

Matthew - The Man

Matthew presents Jesus as the fulfillment of the Old Testament, God’s True Son who accomplishes the call of Adam and Israel, succeeding where they failed, to bring salvation to the earth. Read More...

Behold Christ!

The ancient church saw the Gospels as a fulfillment of Ezekiel and John’s visions, and as testimonies to Christ - who is the focal point of all of God’s revelation. Read More...

ANM Guest Speaker

We had two guest speakers from Advancing Native Missions to speak to us about the work of Himalayan Inland Mission in Uttaranchal Pradesh, India.   Read More...

Less Is More - Lent

Lent is patterned after Jesus’ forty days in the wilderness. It is a time when we fast, pray, confess sin, and set aside distractions so we can fully seek God to be empowered by His Spirit. Read More...

What Comfort Zone

As those saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, we are called to cast away our fear, doubt and anxiety despite our circumstances and step out of our comfort zones and face change with confidence in God’s character and the absolute truth of His Word. Read More...

The Refreshment of Rest

Sabbath rest is not a legalistic restriction but rather a gift from God to allow us to be refreshed as we rest from normal activities so we can focus on God and His provision for us. Read More...

Right and Wrong Responses To Sin

If we deny our sin, we are deceived, but if we confess our sin, we are forgiven and cleansed. Read More...

The Feast of Fasting

Biblical fasting is a call to no only abstain from food, but to feast upon the Word and will of God. Read More...

The Freedom of Simplicity

Freedom is not found in a life full of distractions, but in one that has reduced activities to allow time to receive Christ and His Word.
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