July 1 2018: Introduction to Job

Is God truly just? Is God’s sovereignty trustworthy? Why is there so much suffering in the world that we live in? Furthermore, why does God allow “good” people suffer? These may be the types of questions that ring throughout reading the book of Job this month in our Bible reading plan. In the first chapter, […]

June 24 2018: Reflections on Psalm 68-69

Reflection on Psalm 68  God is uniquely praiseworthy because he protects weaklings and pursues nobodies (vv. 3–4). With language reminiscent of Moses’ war cry, David reminds the covenant people that God’s power over their enemies is like wind to smoke, and fire to wax (vv. 1–2). God rode “through the deserts” (v. 4) on the […]

New Summer Patio

This summer we will be opening the Summer Patio on Friday evenings for a time of prayer, the Word, and fellowship. So, come to experience God together! Each week we will engage in a topic that matters in our daily lives with the wisdom that comes from the Word of God. Learn more about how the Word of God […]

June 10 2018: Setting Aside Time

Reflection on Psalm 55* Regularity, setting specific time apart for prayer—and keeping to them in a disciplined way—is something the Bible encourages. We all find the story of Daniel’s practice in prayer moving to read (Daniel 6:10). How, in spite of the king’s foolish, self-glorifying edict, he went to his upper room, with its windows towards Jerusalem, […]