Mid-Week Moment | 11.28.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 11.28.2018

SERMON REFLECTION The more we know the Lord, the more we will fall in love with Him. The more we fall in love with Him, the more we want to be like Him. The more we know the Lord, the greater our confidence in His plan for us. The more we know the Lord, the less...
Mid-Week Moment | 11.21.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 11.21.2018

SERMON REFLECTION Sunday’s message took us through a lament. Micah grieved the spiritual decline of God’s people and the resulting consequences.  God’s people were supposed to be His ambassadors into the world. Instead, they had become reflections of...
Mid-Week Moment | 11.14.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 11.14.2018

SERMON REFLECTION I suggested one way to apply the message is to identify the voices in our culture that distract you from listening to the Lord’s voice. It is an interesting exercise to go through the day trying to pay attention to those distractions. Today I noticed...
Mid-Week Moment | 11.7.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 11.7.2018

SERMON REFLECTION We must always view our relationship with God through the lens of His faithfulness. I wrote that sentence a lot while preparing the sermon. I wrote it for myself as a reminder. I get so focused on the details of my week that I can start to lose track...
Mid-Week Moment | 10.24.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 10.24.2018

SERMON REFLECTION In Micah 5:2-9 we see God transforming His people and placing them in the middle of unbelieving nations. As a result, those nations respond in one of two ways: they find God’s people a source of life or they find God’s people repulsive. We are called...
Mid-Week Moment | 10.17.2018

Mid-Week Moment | 10.17.2018

SERMON REFLECTION A classic definition of grace, God’s unmerited favor, is a nice start, but it doesn’t tell you what grace actually is. I shared a definition on Sunday that I found very helpful: Grace is the work of God in our lives to enable us to do what we cannot...