Pastor Lonnie wraps up the long (two week) sermon series on forgiveness, focusing on the idea that we are forgiven to forgive.
We all have things that we would change about our past. But we have to get past our past and know that God's grace is allowing us to move on with our lives that are found in Him.
Pastor Susannah concludes the fall's Uanxious series with a focus on the often difficult topic of death and life.
Life gets pretty hectic, which is why scheduling and priorities are such an integral part of our lives.
Friends are by our sides throughout life, in the good times and bad. Through scripture, it's clear to see just how our friends have an impact on our own lives (both now and in the future).
Doubt isn't a "new" problem; Biblical figures faced it in their lives just like everyone else. Though how can we see glimmers of God during our times of doubt?
We all long for the approval of others, but what can the Unanxious sermon series teach us about that concept?
Guest speaker Rev. AJ Thomas addresses a form of anxiety and afflicts nearly everyone in our modern society: money and finances.
Pastor Lonnie focuses on the uncertainty in our lives. We can't plan tomorrow, but we can live in peace amidst the uncertainty of our lives - because we, as believers, know our future already.
Rev. Lonnie Pittman explains how a strong relationship with God can help us all tackle the feelings of inadequacy and insecurity that we all feel in our lives from time to time.
Failure and losing can be hard to swallow, but Pastor Lonnie focuses on how failure is a healthy part of our spiritual, daily lives.
Pastor Susannah shares a message focusing on the Holy Work as Christians.
Our senses pick up a lot of signals forming our memories throughout our lives, and our perspective influences how those signals influence us. That's where The Jesus Perspective comes into play.
Karen Furr shares the stories of the Guatemalan mission team and how God's efforts through their hands have impacted thousands of people (and also how you can get involved!)
In week 6 of Dare to Dream, Susannah focuses on the perseverance of Moses guiding the Israelites out of slavery and how to implement those characteristics and others while creating our own life missions statements to live our own lives by.
Susannah Pittman picks up with week 5 asking the question of "What's in your hand?"
It's time to lose your big buts! No, not those. The other kind (the insecurities and uncertainties that we all have).
Lonnie Pittman focuses on finding our burning bush and allowing God to bless us, save us, and then use us for His will.
This week, Lonnie guides us in a continuing look at Jacob, who is trying to discover his identity in Jesus Christ (like all believers in Christ do).
Lonnie kicks off the Dare to Dream series by giving an overview of the series and focusing on our first subject, Jacob.