Monday, April 30, 2012

Yesterday, we heard the third message of our series, "Man Up!" We talked about Joshua and Caleb.  They were willing to trust God and stand against the crowd even when everyone else had made up their mind to reject God's blessings and return to bondage.  As men, we must be willing to trust God no matter what the crowd is doing; we must be willing to serve him even if it's unpopular.  This message can be heard or downloaded at

Monday, April 23, 2012

Yesterday, we heard part 2 of our series, "Man Up!" We looked at a man named Phinehas in Numbers 25.  He stood up against sin because he was jealous for God.  And he was blessed for doing so.  In the same way, we're to be jealous for God.  We're to stand up against sin wanting people for the Lord, and for the Lord alone.  This message can be heard at

Monday, April 16, 2012

Yesterday, we began a new series of messages titled, "Man Up!" We're looking at the calling God has placed on the lives of men. We're doing this by looking at men of faith in Scripture, and how they lived out their faith. In our first message of this series, we looked at Abraham. The character trait we see in him, that we also need, is faith in the Lord. This is the foundation of everything else we'll be considering. This message can be heard or downloaded at

Monday, April 09, 2012

On Maundy Thursday, we heard about the Last Supper Jesus shared with his disciples. We learned that, during this time, he performed an act of humble service for them. He then instructed them to love one another as he'd loved them. Jesus says that people will know we're his disciples by our love. Is this what people see when they look at us? This message can be heard or downloaded at

On Good Friday, we finished our series looking at the questions of Lent. As Jesus was being led away to his death, some women followed him and mourned for him. Jesus turned to them and told them they were not to mourn for him, but for themselves. He told them of a terrible time that would come upon them. Then he asked, "..i they do these things when the wood is green, what will happen when it is dry?" This message can be heard at:

On Easter, we reflected on the significance of Jesus' resurrection. So many people in the church today don't get it. This can be heard at

Monday, April 02, 2012

Finding no fault in Jesus, Pilate wanted to release him. Each year, he would release to the Jews one prisoner. And along with Jesus, Pilate had in custody a notorious criminal named Barabbas. Pilate asked the Jews who they wanted released to them, Jesus or Barabbas. The chief priests told the people to ask for the release of Barabbas. Pilate then asked them what he should do with Jesus.

You and I are confronted with the same question every day. What will we do with Jesus? This message can be heard or downloaded at