It’s Not Your Treasure To Bury

The Bible speaks more about money than any other resource God gives us. Money reveals more about Gospel, faith, idolatry, obedience, and heart, than anything else. As challenging as this subject may be, tithing to the church is a gospel discipleship issue.

It’s Not Your Treasure To Bury

We can practice offering our life by following 5 points. This will be a time of self-reflection where we will be able to look back on our past experiences, present desires, and current opportunities. What might you be able to discern about God’s will for your life?

It’s Not Your Treasure to Bury

Jesus Gives Everyone Resources For His Glory
We have all been given talents, abilities, resources, and gifts, for the building of Christ's Kingdom. We live as if what we have is simply ours to do with as we please, but Jesus makes it clear that what He has given us is for His purposes.

Psalms 144

Our focus as we end this year will determine how we begin the next year. A Right place, as followers of Jesus, for us to focus is on our prayer life.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 49

Today we get a rare look at a conversation between God and His Son Jesus before Jesus is born. The focus is on Christ’s purpose of redemption. This passage is a great way see the Christmas Story in a new way.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 46-48

God used Isaiah to prepare Israel for their deliverance from Babylon. God used John the Baptist to prepare Israel for Jesus. God uses Scripture to prepare us for Christ to work in us this Christmas.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 45

Today we see God deliver Israel from Babylon, but we find out that it was really about something much larger. God promises a Savior to come, a Deliverer much greater than any other, who comes to rescue us for eternity.

Stand Sunday

The purpose of Stand Sunday is for us to be reminded that God is vested, deeply and personally, in the plight of children in foster care. He calls His people to share this passion and bring to each child the love of Jesus Christ in both word and deed. This month, the Church is reminded of this truth and invited to act upon it.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 44

God, through His prophet Isaiah, reminds us that we are God’s workmanship: God created us, and therefore we are to be obedient to what God calls us.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 43

Let us learn from the mistakes of our brothers and sisters of old, and seek to glorify God in all we do.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 42

Isaiah 42 proclaims Christ hundreds of years in advance, telling of God’s Servant establishing God’s Kingdom, calling people to repent of idolatry and worship God alone. We worship God by learning about Jesus, and living as Jesus lived.