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The God a Father Can Trust
Dads are supposed to slay the dragons. Sweep the monsters from under the bed and banish them from the castle. If the moon begins to fall from the sky, some dad will climb up there and hang it back up. Dads can do anything. Solve any problem. Fix what’s broken. Until they can’t. In Mark 9, a father with a problem he cannot solve – a sick child – meets Jesus; and Jesus gives him a reason to trust God again.
Like a Mother
It’s Mother’s Day! But we’re not really talking about mothers this Sunday. We’re talking about God. The thing is, when God wanted his people to know that he loved them, had compassion on them and cared for them, he compared himself to – you guessed it – a mother.
The Grace of Giving
Ever wonder where all the money we give on Sundays goes? This week, we’ll tear a page from Paul’s playbook in 2 Corinthians 8 & 9. Giving is a gift God gives us. Plus, we’ll unpack our church spending plan for 2018.
Baby Day 2018
Audio version excludes communion and congregational singing.
Look Who Showed Up
God’s people encounter a crisis from which there appears to be no conceivable escape. Just when all seems lost, God shows up to deliver. That’s how the first fourteen chapters of the book of Exodus unfold. It’s also a summary of the entire Bible. In the coming year, you and I will face crises, disappointments, maybe even disasters. Here’s the good news – God still shows up.
A Faith That Weathers the Worst
When the worst happens we begin to ask hard questions. Why is this happening? Does God care? Is he punishing me? Is he angry? There's a great story in the Bible that helps us with some answers.
Good Enough Isn't
Compare them to a low-enough standard and you can make the Hell’s Angels look like the Little Sisters of the Poor. The thing is, we are not called to be better or more righteous or more moral than some human standard. We are called to be like God. And He is not just holy – He is holy, holy, holy!
Stranger Things Have Happened
In 1995, singer Joan Osborne hit the charts with the song, One of Us. The lyrics ask a haunting question: What if God was one of us? The sentiment is actually much older than that. Jesus himself suggested that very possibility.
Justice, Mercy, or Grace
You are home, minding your own business when you hear a noise in the garage. You investigate. You catch a neighborhood kid stealing something you value. How are you going to respond? You’ve got three options: justice, mercy or grace. Which do you choose? Before you answer, let’s talk about how God responded when we were caught red-handed.
Satisfied
Four-thousand hungry people. Seven loaves of bread and a few fish. One prayer. Problem solved. There are lessons to be learned in this story. Lessons about compassion. Communion. And about the confusion we often experience at the intersection of human need and God’s power.

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