“…I think about what kind of deep faith and commitment it must have taken for him to stand in that place, with all that was going on, and write those words that continue to bless us today.” ~ Pastor Jeremy Scott
“In many ways, music is just a small example of how God intends the world to work. We need one another. None of us lives alone, none of us stands alone, none of us would last long on a deserted island. We are meant to be in community and in relationship with one another. We […]
Listen in to a very special Easter Sunday Sermon.
“We love ourselves enough to know that we’re not perfect, that we mess up and that sometimes we’re going to need help and sometimes the most loving this we can do for ourselves is give ourselves permission to ask others to help us do the thing we can’t do.” ~Pastor Jeremy Scott
Do you find yourself comparing yourself to your “friends” on Facebook or Instagram? How much jealousy is a good thing?
Our mistakes don’t define us. That’s not the most important thing about us is where we messed up. The most important thing about us is who we are loved by, and whom we love. We are worthy of being loved even if our lives aren’t perfect.
“In the beginning anger feels light. In the beginning it gives us energy. In the beginning it directs us somewhere; it brings life to us; it gets our body all shivery and tingly and gears us up and the adrenaline starts flowing and the fight or flight kicks in. Sometimes feeling angry feels good. But […]
“We can’t fix everything that’s going on, even in our own lives. Even with just our little circle of people around us, let alone what’s going on in our community or what’s going on in our state. But what we can do, if we’re willing to act with intention, we can bring blessing to those […]
“There are temptations in the world; those aren’t going away. There are always things out there that will tempt us to put ourselves first, to put what we want in that moment above everything else; whether it’s good for us or not. So the question is, what do we do with the temptations we face? […]
“….and sometimes that means making room in not only our hearts, but making room in our closets, and making room in our garages and maybe even making room in our bank accounts. We are called to look around and see what we’ve been given and we’re to remember what Christ told us, “let us not […]