Messages from July 2023

Messages from July 2023

Back on Track

Coming back from loss, embarrassment, or disappointment can be an uphill climb, but God hasn’t left us alone and wants to create something beautiful from our messy lives. As we turn to Joshua 8 with Pastor Jon today, we’ll learn how we can get “Back on Track” and move forward again in Part 6 of our Strong and Courageous summer series.

Uncovering the Hidden Obstacles to Victory

There are few things like the thrill of winning in life! Unfortunately, the thrill of victory is often quickly replaced by the agony of defeat. As we continue our summer study of the Old Testament book of Joshua, Pastor Mark will explain how to overcome hidden obstacles preventing us from experiencing God’s victorious power in our lives. We’ll also hear about some of the exciting victories from last week’s Keepers of the Kingdom VBS.

The Surprising Strategy for Victory

We are each in a spiritual battle. The Lord has a strategy for us to win and not to live in defeat, but many Christians are not aware of God’s strategy for victory. As we continuing our study of the book of Joshua and the wonder-working power of God in the lives of the Jews, we will gain practical insight and renewed hope for our lives today! This message “The Surprising Strategy for Victory” is part 4 in our “Strong…

Crossing the Jordan

Our summer series on the Book of Joshua has brought us to the river’s edge. What did it mean for the Israelites to finally cross the Jordan River and enter the Promised Land? And what does this significant event from Israel’s history mean for us today? Is there a promised land waiting for us to enter? Turn to Joshua 3 for Pastor Steve’s message “Crossing the Jordan,” part 3 in our Strong and Courageous series.

The Mysterious Scarlet Cord

Our new “Strong & Courageous” series continues today with a study of Joshua 2. As Pastor Mark will share, there is a “mysterious scarlet cord” woven throughout the Bible and through the lives of some people with surprisingly sordid stories. We will discover that despite past mistakes and sins, each of us can enjoy a “promised land” with Jesus here and now and for eternity!