Truths that Ripple in Life — Dan Waugh (25 Nov 2018)

Philippians 4:4-9. We encounter thousands of random facts every day – things pop up on our phones, we read them in newspapers, we hear talking heads report them on TV. Most of these facts have little relevancy to our daily life. “The Lord is near” is not one of those irrelevant facts. It’s a truth […]

Nobody Is Perfect — Bob Whitaker (4 Nov 2018)

Romans 7:14-25a. It would be nice if our salvation/redemption made us perfect, but it is not that simple. However, even though we are not perfect we are also not condemned because Christ is perfect on our behalf.

The Complexity of Forgiveness

Not only is forgiveness difficult, it is complicated. Does forgiveness make us a victim? Is forgiveness incompatible with justice?

Forgiveness Brings Life — Bob Whitaker (30 Sept 2018)

Forgiveness is not easy, especially when the offense is large. However, the alternative is worse – holding a grudge. When we make a deliberate and sometimes painful choice to forgive, there is a weight that is lifted from our hearts. Let’s think about the nature of forgiveness.

Who’s Your Master? — Dan Waugh (23 Sept 2018)

Bottom line: we serve someone or something. So who is your master? And, what are the results of serving who you serve? Paul invites us to consider the options and to offer ourselves as slaves to God. We’ll consider what this means and what the consequences of serving God or choosing to serve another truly […]

Foolish Wisdom — Bob Whitaker (16 Sept 2018)

The Gospel is true – truth is a constant. However, your view of the truth might be different from someone else’s. The way you view reality is a matter of perspective. The cross is foolishness if you do not believe, but it is wisdom if you do believe. Reading: 1 Corinthians 1:18-25