Online Services

Saturday, June 15, 2024

Today we tackle some tough questions about Jonah and the whale, God's physical presence, and the destiny of those who never hear the gospel.  Join us as we dig in!

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Saturday, June 8, 2024

Today will be a little different.  We're stll in our Got Questions series, but this week Pastor Dave and Kevin Adrians will be approaching several questions together, sharing their own insight and understanding on some important issues, including whether God is really active in the lives of individuals, and the critical question of whether pets go to heaven.  

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Saturday, June 1, 2024

This week we finish our look at Genesis and Science by taking a look at humanity itself.  Who are we?  Where did we come from?  Was there really an Adam and Eve?  Join us as we dig into these questions, looking at some lesser-known but very interesting possibilities in Genesis 1 & 2.

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Saturday, May 25, 2024

Part Three of our look at the intersection of science and faith.  Today we take a closer look at the limitations of evolutionary theory, and explore biblical alternatives.  Plus we'll look at common biases that shape (or misshape) the views of both secular science and Christian thought.  

 

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Saturday, May 18, 2024

Today we continue our examination of the intersection between faith and science.  We'll take a look at how Christian scholars throughout the centuries have interpreted the Creation account, and we'll take a look at the text of Genesis 1, to try to determine if it should be taken literally or symbolically.  

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Saturday, May 11, 2024

Science vs. Faith. This is one of the biggest debates in our culture. Can the Bible be trusted or has science invalidated it? How can we know? These questions are espcially controversial regarding Creation and the Theory of Evolution. Well, we said we would tackle tough Questions in our Got Questions 2024 series, and this is certainly one of them. Join us as we work through these confusing and controversial ideas.

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Saturday, May 4, 2024

There are many questions someone can ask, but the most common is "why?" Why does God allow certain things to happen? Or why didn't I get this or that? Some of those will be answered in today's sermon, but one question us Christians tend to ask is, why did Jesus still choose Judas, knowing he was going to betray him?" Let's dive into this question and a few others like it, as we try to understand God's masterful plan for us.

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Saturday, April 27, 2024

Living in a world filled with sadness, anger, and anxiety is exhausting. Don't you think it's Time for Good News? We have a special treat today - Tim Jacobs, the District Superintendent of EFCA West, will help us understand God's Good News and how we can apply that to our lives. We all need to hear this!

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Saturday, April 20, 2024

This week in our Got Questions series we take a look at this question:
"How were the books of the Bible chosen and why were some/many left out?"
This is an important question. It gets right to the point regarding whether we can trust what the Bible has to say. Thankfully, we know a lot about how the Bible came down through the ages. Join us as we dig in.

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Saturday, April 13, 2024

This week in our Got Questions series we take a look at the similarities and differences between the the three main branches of Christianity: Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant. While we do have our differences, we can all agree on the essential beliefs of historic Christianity. Join us as we examine these ideas.

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