We live in a messy, broken, and sometimes scary world. The future seems so uncertain. Even when life is going well, there’s often still a nagging void—one that leaves us feeling unfulfilled. But does hopelessness or fear have to win? Absolutely not!
God wants you to have true peace. That’s why he provided his Son who won the victory over sin and death, over fear itself! The forgiveness and future that Jesus earned gives us unwavering peace… certain hope for uncertain times.
This series is built around four key truths that together provide us a sure foundation of hope on which to build our lives and our futures. In this series we will seek these truths together and then celebrate how they apply so practically to our lives today. This series is designed for anyone—whether you consider yourself a church person or not. We’re all seeking certainty. Come along for the journey!
“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure” (Hebrews 6:19).
Martin Luther lived in a time when the grip of human tradition on the church (along with all its errors) was so tight it seemed nothing could turn the tide. Risking his life in the process, Luther held tight to the Word and its truth and the power of the Word literally changed the world. It can certainly change our world too!
We are naturally prone to put our hope and faith in the things and the people of this world. Yet, there is only One who can help and save us from any and every calamity of body and soul.
Sermon Text: Acts 4:1-12
So many of the truths God teaches us and the promises he makes cannot be comprehended by the human mind or seen with our physical eyes. To accept them, believe them, build our lives and the hope for eternity around them, we must rely on God’s gift of faith. Sermon Text: John 5:24-29; Hebrews 11:1,2,8-12
If we were to get what we deserve, we’d be in sad sorry shape. Part of us doesn’t want to believe that, but a little honest reflection and we know it’s true. Where would we be if God were not the God of immeasurable grace?
Sermon Text: Matthew 20:1-16