Cultivate Self-Control — Dan Waugh (17 Mar 2019)

This week we bring our series Cultivate to a close, considering the fruit of self-control. Self-control isn’t a flashy virtue; it seems common and almost mundane. But, allowing the Spirit to teach us self-control may be one of the most important things we can do to protect our own well being and the well being […]

Cultivate Faithfulness — Bob Whitaker (3 Mar 2019)

There are few characteristics that are more often referred to in a description of God than the word “faithfulness.” As a result, it is predictable that such a characteristic ought to mark the lives of Christ-followers. Why is it important, and how are we doing? Reading: Matthew 25:14-23. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast

Cultivate Kindness — Dan Waugh (17 Feb 2019)

Mark Twain said, “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” As Christians, we are called to speak this language in increasing measure and in so doing, to reflect our kind God. Join us Sunday as we explore how God’s kindness gives us a pattern to follow this week. […]

Cultivate Patience — Bob Whitaker (10 Feb 2019)

“God please give me patience and hurry up because I need it now.” That might be a humorous and contradictory request, but it sounds like me sometimes. Patience is certainly a difficult fruit to cultivate. Reading: Ephesians 4:1-6 Download Stream Subscribe to podcast

Cultivate Joy — Bob Whitaker (3 Feb 2019)

Joy is definitely part of the Christian life. It is both promised and on some occasions it seems like a command. Let’s think about this together. Reading: Philippians 4:4-8. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast

Called to Peace — John Mangrum (27 Jan 2019)

“Let the peace of Christ rule in your heart.” What is the peace of Christ, and how does it affect how we view our interactions with others, even with other believers? Reading: Colossians 3:12-15. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast

The Unity of Love — Bob Whitaker (13 Jan 2019)

The fruit of Spirit and any other Christian virtues rise to their highest level when they are accompanied by love. Otherwise, as the Apostle Paul says, “they are a clanging cymbal.” Download Stream Subscribe to podcast