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Joseph (Week 12) Series Joseph (Week 12)

Every family is broken. Just ask Joseph. His brothers hate…

Wrestling with God (Week 11) Series Wrestling with God (Week 11)

As Jacob is running from his brother, he wrestles with God in…

Leah and Rachel (Week 10) Series Leah and Rachel (Week 10)

When Jacob falls in love with his uncle’s daughter, Rachel, he…

Jacob and Esau (Week 9) Series Jacob and Esau (Week 9)

From the womb, two brothers, Jacob and Esau, feud with each other.…


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Genesis

Charles Dickens begins his classic, A Tale of Two Cities, saying, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This is not only a

Memorial Day

So often, we think of heaven being a place that is far away. But the story of Jacob's encounter with a ladder that leads to heaven teaches u

Jonah

Jonah is one of the most well-known stories of the Bible. Yet, many of us know only that there is a prophet who gets swallowed by a fish.

Easter

The gospel shows us how Jesus takes care of everything that matters.

Palm Sunday

On this Palm Sunday we are invited to consider again what it means to be Jesus disciples. We are invited to declare, “This is Jesus” and wor

Self-Destruct: Fighting Sin and Finding Grace

Because Jesus conquered His own destruction on a cross, sin does not have to destroy us.

Family Ties

As important as blood and fun times and good memories may be, there are even deeper things that bring a family together and keep a family to

i: Finding Your Identity in Christ

The message of Christianity is that our identity rests not in what we do, but in whose we are. We belong to Christ.

New Year's Hope

No matter what the circumstances are, we can have hope in Jesus Christ.

Christmas Past

Christmas is a time for family! Families come in from all over to be together during the holidays.

Live a Faithful Life

What if God wrote your bucket list? What would be on that list? Travel to distant places? Learn a foreign language?

Marriage Two-Step

In this series, we look at the values of being humble and kind to make marriages, and all relationships, better.

Civics 101

This year's election is the source of a lot of stress!

Next Steps

Stewardship is a vital part of the Christian life. Because God is the owner of everything, we are called to steward that with which....

Foundations: Back to the Basics of Belief

“For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.” (1 Corinthians 3:11)

Going Through The (e)Motions

A glance at a beautiful sunrise or a gaze at a lofty mountain can inspire a sense of awe. In Psalm 19, while a sense of awe is declared at

Virtuoso

The love of a mother is unique. For many, the love of their mothers is steadfast, unconditional, and forgiving.

There’s No Place Like Home

Home holds a special place in many of our hearts. It’s a place we grew up. It has memories we hold sacred.

Following Jesus

Rev. Dr. Dale Meyer

Easter

Distractify

CTRL+ALT+DEL: Reboot Your Life

Do you ever wish you could reboot your life like you reboot your computer? What is it that has gone wrong in your life that you wish you co

I Need a Hero! A Study of Judges

Tis the season for New Years resolutions! We resolve to do everything from lose some weight to get in shape to manage our time better. Wor

Christmas (adj.)

“Christmas” is an interesting word. On the one hand, it can be a noun, referring to a day.

Stand. A Study of Daniel

There are lots of things in life that are tough to stand. Sometimes, it’s a food that does not agree with our palate.

GameDay

Spiritual disciplines are simple practices meant to train us. They are meant to train us for godliness as we seek to follow Christ and love.

The Ten(der) Commandments

When you think of the Ten Commandments, does the word "love" come to mind?

SPF

Summer is supposed to be a time of postcard perfect memories for families...but it doesn't always happen that way!