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May 3, 2015 Life on a Mission
Kevin Rudolph |
05/06/2015 |
Youth Sunday Acts 17: 1-9 Travis Berry
April 26, 2015 Growing Up Takes Time
Kevin Rudolph |
04/29/2015 |
Parables are not allegories, but instead they are stories that have one main point. Yet there can be more than one lesson we can get from a parable. Just what does the parable of the sower and the four soils have to tell us about maturing in Christ? Join us and you may be surprised! Luke 8: 4-15 Andy Eraly
April 19, 2015 Unexpected Unhurry #2
Kevin Rudolph |
04/22/2015 |
Those whom God loves He also disciplines; that sounds harsh and even a little foreboding, but pruning is a necessary part of growing healthy plants - and people! Join us as we learn to see blessing of being pruned! John 15: 1-2 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph
April 12, 2015 Unexpected Unhurry #1
Kevin Rudolph |
04/12/2015 |
Suffering has a strange way of slowing us down. God does not have to do bad things in order to accomplish good things, but God can bring good things even out of bad things. Slowing down and reevaluating can be a good thing that comes out of suffering. Can we accept this gift? What good can come if we don't? Romans 5: 1-5 Rev. Patricial L. Ryan
April 5, 2015 Set Free!
Kevin Rudolph |
04/07/2015 |
Jesus promised, "So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed!" From what have we been set free? And just how free do we feel? This is what Jesus came for, will we accept the gift? Matthew 28: 1-20 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph
March 29, 2015 Entering the Gates
Kevin Rudolph |
03/31/2015 |
Jesus entered Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to the cheers of the crowd, and yet less than a week later they were calling for his crucifixion. What happened to change public opinion so quickly? If we invite Jesus into our lives, what do we expect he will do? What does he need to do? Join us as we learn what it means to have the King in residence in our lives! Matthew 21: 1-11 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph
March 22, 2015 God's Restless People
Kevin Rudolph |
03/24/2015 |
God commanded the Israelites to work only six days a week, and for them to take the seventh day as a day of rest. Why? Does this still apply to us? Just what constitutes rest? Can you play games? Can you go for a hike? Just was does observing a Sabbath really mean? Join us to consider God's perspective on rest. Exodus 20: 8-11 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph
March 15, 2015 Unhurried Enough to Pray #2
Kevin Rudolph |
03/19/2015 |
When you start off on an important venture, how much time do you first spend in prayer? How much time should you? What is it that we expect to get from praying about important things? Why not just pray "God, your will be done" and be done?Join us as we explore this wonderful gift and enigma we all prayer. Luke 6: 12-16 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph
March 8, 2015 Unhurried Enough to Pray #1
Kevin Rudolph |
03/10/2015 |
If God truly "orders our day", doesn't it make sense to spend time talking to Him before we run off to be busy with things? Why is this so hard for us? How do we learn to be unhurried enough to pray? Join us as we explore this untimely thing called prayer. Luke 10: 38-42 Rev. Patricia L. Ryan
March 1, 2015 The Idol of Efficiency
Kevin Rudolph |
03/03/2015 |
Efficiency sounds like something good all the time; yet is it? Knowing the most efficient way of getting somewhere does not guarantee that the "somewhere" is the right place to go! Join us as we consider the difference between efficiency and effectiveness! Luke 10: 38-42 Andy Early
February 22, 2015 Unhurried Enough to Care
Kevin Rudolph |
02/23/2015 |
Paul's first description of love in this famous passage is that "Love is patient." Patience is an unhurried virtue and one of the most difficult for us all. Yet love is not so difficult. Join us as we learn to let our love teach us patience; patience enough to care. I Corinthians 13 Rev. Kevin C. Rudolph