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The God a Father Can Trust
Dads are supposed to slay the dragons. Sweep the monsters from under the bed and banish them from the castle. If the moon begins to fall from the sky, some dad will climb up there and hang it back up. Dads can do anything. Solve any problem. Fix what’s broken. Until they can’t. In Mark 9, a father with a problem he cannot solve – a sick child – meets Jesus; and Jesus gives him a reason to trust God again.
Those Others
Demographics won’t matter in heaven. We’ll all be so glad to be there that we won’t care where our heavenly neighbors came from, what earthly language they spoke or whether they listened to Rush Limbaugh or NPR. But demographics matter here. A lot. Seems like more than ever. If they don’t matter there, maybe they shouldn’t matter here.
No Day at the Beach
We are drawn to the ocean. We vacation there. We dream of owning beachfront property. But to ancient people, the sea was no day at the beach. It represented chaos, danger and separation from God. In Jonah chapter 2, the prophet’s worst fears are realized. He is thrown into the heart of the sea, swallowed by a beast and, as far as he knows, permanently separated from God. Join us to see what happens next.
But Jonah Ran
Escape rooms are all the rage these days. Which is kind of ironic. We do a lot of escaping without having to go someplace special. All we have to do to tune out is to tune in to Netflix and binge-watch our favorite series. Or dive into the deep end of our phones or devices and ignore everything – and everyone – around us. Running away from it all isn’t a new phenomenon, though. A prophet named Jonah did it centuries ago. This is the story of a man who tried to run and the God who was too stubborn to let him go.
Like a Mother
It’s Mother’s Day! But we’re not really talking about mothers this Sunday. We’re talking about God. The thing is, when God wanted his people to know that he loved them, had compassion on them and cared for them, he compared himself to – you guessed it – a mother.
Senior Sunday 2018
Join us this week for a special message from one of our youth ministers as we honor our high school seniors.
Don’t Have to Live Like a Refugee
Everybody has a blooper reel – a list of all those little mistakes that, while embarrassing, were not life-altering. Then there is the big one – the mistake that puts all those little bloopers into perspective. When you are alone, do you think about that fail and the impact it had on you and others? Do you ever worry about what God thinks of you? A story in Joshua 20 offers some comfort. And challenge.
An Astonishing Life
Tomorrow morning, just before you walk into your office, school, shop or plant, you will make a decision. Will today be average or astonishing? In the book of Joshua we meet a man who can help you with that. He was experienced in living life amazingly. When we catch up with him in chapter 14, he has been doing it for 85 years. And he is nowhere near done.
Second-Hand Sin
Our cultural vision statement runs something like this: I can do whatever I want as long as nobody gets hurt. An old story from the book of Joshua challenges that sentiment. Private decisions always have a community impact. This won’t be a fun sermon to hear. And that probably means you need to hear it.

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