Week 40: A time to lament

Readings for the week: Psalm 116-117, Jeremiah 40-52,  Lamentations, Psalm 118, Listen to these passages Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, thank you for this day, for the possibilities it contains, for the hope I have in you.  There’s a lot of bumps these days and things I wish I knew how to fix, but my hope isn’t in my own wisdom or …

Sabbath | Part 3

Pastor Patrick continues our Sabbath series with Part 3, Sabbath is for Others (too). Sometimes was can get caught up in thinking that Sabbath is all about just stopping from doing stuff and 100% about us. This is not the case and Jesus shows us in his actions and Sabbath worship. Luke chapter 6 shows another slice of what the ...

Week 39: Being shipwrecked isn’t the end of the story

Readings for the week: Psalm 112-113, Jeremiah 29-39,  Acts 24-28, Psalm 114-115, Listen to these passages Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, thank you that you don’t give up and don’t give in. We do. Sometimes it’s too much, or there’s too much other things to do, and we let it all pile up and don’t do what we are called to do. …

Sabbath | Part 2

Pastor Chris continues our Sabbath series with Part 2, Sabbath for Us. What does is really mean to Sabbath when it comes to our Time, Work and Health? When it comes to our life, there is a cycle of work and rest. God instituted this from the beginning in the Garden of Eden. Our bodies move to a rhythm of work ...

Week 38: Trying Times

Readings for the week: Psalm 108-109, Jeremiah 14-28,  Acts 20-23, Psalm 110-111, Listen to these passages Opening Prayer: Dear Lord, you are good. Some days life is not good and some seasons of life are pretty rough. But you are good and that gives me hope.  May I hear your words this week and be reminded of your promises. May I …

Sabbath | Part 1

Pastor Patrick kicks off our new series on Sabbath - Rest, Refuel, Restore. But what is Sabbath truly about? When hearing that word, some people have no idea what to do with it. They hear it from time to time in the church but don't really know is it a verb, adjective, noun? Patrick breaks down that at the core ...