Not a Puzzle to Be Solved, but a Doctrine to Be Lived — Dan Waugh (22 Mar 2015)

1 Thessalonians 5:1-11. Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians are probably the first letters he ever wrote. The return of Christ wasn’t a doctrine to be dissected and debated, but was a central truth for Paul. It’s also one he treats pastorally, using it to address real concerns the church had then…and still has now.

Freedom Fighter–Dan Waugh (15 Sept 2013)

Jesus stood up in the synagogue and declared he was the one who was anointed to proclaim good news to the poor and freedom to the oppressed (Luke 4:16-30). How will he back up this claim? Teaching. And casting out demons. That’s how. This is a story that shapes our understanding of the world and […]

Does God Really Understand Me?–Bob Whitaker (8 Sept 2013)

Have you ever asked yourself, “Are other people struggling with the same things that I am facing? Does anyone (including God) understand the difficulties that I encounter on a daily basis? Since he is God and I am a sinful human being, how could he truly understand?” These are questions that are answered in the […]

Jesus, the Fingerprint of God–Bob Whitaker (25 Aug 2013)

A look at the incarnation–both the divinity and humanity of Christ. If we want to know what God is like, we cannot find a better example than Jesus Christ…yet he was much more than an example. The perfect image of God is reflected in him because he was God in the flesh. He is embedded […]

Now What?–Dan Waugh (21 July 2013)

The fall of Jerusalem and Israel is a pivotal story in redemptive history. Israel and Judah’s sin reaches the tipping point and God sends his people into exile. How does this speak to God’s faithfulness to his promises and ultimately point us to Christ?