When the Stuff of Life Hits the Fan

To continue our sermon series, Pastor Juno looks at the experiences that take us from suffering to hope.

Scripture: Romans 5:1-5; James 1:2-5; Mark 4:35-41

The Right Ingredients – A Little of This, A Little of That

Pastor Juno explains how to respect elders and the people around you and what the elders should be doing.

Scripture: 1 Timothy 5

Keeping & Setting Priorities

Pastor Juno continues our series by telling us of the 4 types of prayer and how important it is to make prayer a priority.

Scripture: 1 Timothy 2:1-7

Persistently Loving

Pastor Juno looks at 1 Timothy to kick off our new sermon series Life in God’s Family.

Scripture: 1 Timothy 1:1-11

Lamenting and Unanswered Prayers

Pastor Juno concludes our series by teaching about the difficulties of unanswered prayers.

Scripture: Isaiah 55:8-9; Deuteronomy 29:29; Romans 5:3-5

Fasting as a Type of Prayer

Pastor Juno continues our series on prayer by focusing on the significance of fasting.

Scripture: Matthew 6:16 & 9:15

The Beatitudes – Sermon on the Mount

A New Way to Be Human is a in-depth look at one of the most famous messages that Jesus gave. It’s been shared throughout the ages and some feel the words are to live by. While spoken hundreds years ago, the words of Jesus are timeless and they show how Jesus rattled the social norm for his day to created A New Way to Be Human.

Scripture: Matthew 5:1-11

Right on the Money

Philippians is a book in the Bible, written by a guy who lived far from God, and yet God touched his life and transformed it, and used Paul to write the majority of the New Testament. While in prison Paul writes this letter to the church. Not knowing if he was going to live or die Paul writes this letter which has been called by many scholars, The Book of Joy. This summer, we looked at this Book of Joy, and found there are many key ingredients for life that Paul talks about from prison, key ingredients we might be able to use in our lives such as Prayer, Gratefulness, Humility, Joy, Unity, Sacrifice, Faith, Conflict Resolution, and Peace,

Today we are reminded of a couple of more ingredients that go hand in hand, and will help us as we prepare for the most stressful time of the year…the happiest, the most joyful time of the year…

Philippians 4

Good Neighboring Takes Time

No matter how rich, how old, married or single, time is a limited commodity for us all. We need to make some things in life a priority. Jesus himself, stopped and took action when he felt it was necessary. Good neighboring takes time. We don’t have the option of not loving our neighbor. Martha and Mary are sisters who are wired differently, and we read what happens when we become distracted and how all us us get distracted every now and then.

Scripture: Mark 5:21-43, Psalm 90:12, Luke 10:38-42

The Great Commandment or Suggestion

The religious leaders were trying to trap Jesus. So they asked which is the the greatest commandment (referring to the 10 Commandments). The religious leaders had added over 600 additional laws that they thought we necessary to love God. Jesus feels their question is too narrow, so he answers them in five word that could change the world. Love God & Love Your Neighbors. This series will help us to bring both of these into balance…You can’t have one without the other.

Scripture: Matthew 22:34-40