Posts from December 2015

Adoration

We are always fighting the clock it seems; never finding enough time to do it all. Many days, we can find it difficult to devote time to our relationships with God, and then we feel convicted that we are not giving priority to God, or anxious because he doesn’t feel near.  If this sounds at…

Advent Reflections: Joy

Finding God in Unexpected places – like in our faith! Christianity can’t be about WHAT we know; it must be about WHO we know. It’s the difference between Circumstantial Faith and Foundational Faith. What is you definition of Faith? Is it Biblical or imagined? Faith isn’t a Force (like Star Wars). Faith isn’t Karma. Faith isn’t…

Advent Reflections: Love

As week two of Advent winds down, consider these thoughts from Pastor Dave. Our disappointments don’t define us…God does. How do we find God in Unexpected place—even in our disappointments? Many Christians have Circumstantial Faith; Our beliefs about God and our faith in God are impacted by what we see, by what we experience, by…

Advent Reflections: Finding God in Unexpected Places—Hope For Misfits!

We encounter Jesus in unexpected places and people; Don’t let our bias in our hearts blind us to this truth. Matthew 1:1-6 (Jesus’ Genealogy) has several misfits included: prostitutes, adulterers, murderers, evil and corrupt leaders of state, along with very righteous people. What is the genealogy in Matthew teaching us? We’re all broken people –…