Faith That Heals

We are presenting a series of sermons from the Gospel of John on the Miracles of Jesus Christ.  One of the big questions that comes up when we consider these miracles is whether we are to believe that we can expect the same kinds of miracles Jesus performed to happen for us or our loved ones? What are the personal lessons of these miracles in the Word?

This week the story is about the healing of the Nobleman’s son.  The nobleman comes to Jesus asking him to come to his house to heal his son because his son is about to die.  Jesus simply tells him to go back home–his son lives. He trusts Jesus enough to begin the twenty mile walk home alone.

Come learn how this story shows us how we can be healed of spiritual diseases–how our misguided and hurtful thoughts and patterns of thinking can be cured and how our negative emotions can be removed.  These are the signs that the Lord is present with us and transforming us from within.

Join us for worship at 10:30 a.m. or watch us live on this website.

Help For Your Marriage

This Sunday the subject is marriage.  The focus will be on bringing kindness and tenderness into one’s marriage and how this can change things dramatically.  With Valentine’s Day coming up it might be a good time to gain some insight, practical skills and hear some Divinely inspired teachings on the subject of marriage.

If your marriage could use a tune up or maybe even a complete overhaul, come worship with us Sunday.  A little effort goes a long way in matters of the heart.

Sunday 10:30 a.m.

What Things Are Not Our Fault

This Sunday with the children we will talk about what really matters in the life of religion. The leaders of the church were disturbed by Jesus’s eating without first washing his hands. Why did Jesus make a point of not keeping a ancient ritual like this?

During the adult portion of the service we will dig a little deeper into this subject and also look into some teachings about things that happen to us that obviously harm us, but that are not our fault. What things that we think, intend, and do are we really accountable for and what things are we not.

Join us Sunday at 10:30 a.m.