Knowing & Loving Jesus

I was recently asked, “Why do you so often end your public prayers with ‘we love you’ rather than the more formal ‘in Jesus’ name’?” And it’s a good question. I cannot count the number of times I heard Dad, at the beginning of a worship service, say, “If you haven’t told the Lord you love Him yet today, tell him now.”

The Road to the Cross

Hallelujah! What a Savior! This month we are going to be studying just a few of the events surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.  We’ll start in the upper room, move to the court of Pilate, then to Calvary, and finally to the empty tomb. 

From Pastor Marty

How much do you know about Jesus’ life on the earth? Regardless of how you answer this question, I can assure you that there is more to know. The 33 years Jesus walked the earth doesn’t seem like a long time, particularly in light of the fact that Jesus is eternal.

…and on to 2024

“Bless the Lord, oh my soul, and forget none of His benefits.” As the year draws to a close, it is a good time to reflect on the past year and look ahead to the year to come.  God has been very gracious to us this year, and I hope you will join me in […]

Hope and Joy

With hectic schedules, bustling holiday plans, and the myriad details that make up December, it’s easy to overlook the deeper meaning of Christmas. Christmas is about the truth that, in God’s plan, a perfect life was needed because humans couldn’t achieve it themselves. The Bible says, “Therefore, just as sin came into the world through […]

Undertaking the Assignment

Saturday is a chore day for me. Suzanne typically has several items on her “honey do” list, and I have more than I care to think about on mine. We usually kick off the day by discussing our goals and what we want to accomplish. Although this may seem like a simple routine, when we […]