A Faith At Which Jesus Marvels

  • August 6, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Single Sermon Message from The Moody Church

In this sermon, Rev. Stephen Farish shares with us the qualities of a faith at which Jesus marvels.

The Image of God and Race

  • BY Eric Morse
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racism

Racism is a critical topic of discussion across American society today, even in the church. What does the Bible say about racism? How does being made in the image of God impact how we view others? What can we learn from the lives and experiences of others in our church?   Our new series “Conversations … [Read More…] The Image of God and Race

Gospel Conversations

  • July 29, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Three keys to gospel conversations: 1. Know the necessity of using words 2. Follow the example of Jesus 3. Remember the power of God’s Words   Romans 10:14

The Necessity of Courage

  • July 28, 2020
  • BY Aimee Lilly
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Single Sermon Message from The Moody Church

Every Christian experiences fear during our lifetime. If we are to overcome our fears, we need courage. How can we have biblical courage to face our fears? In this message, Pastor Bill shares three points about the necessity of courage in the life of the Christian.   Courage is acting out of confidence in God, … [Read More…] The Necessity of Courage

Power for Good

  • July 22, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Our words can be used for destruction or for good. We all have that power in the words that we choose to use. In what ways can we use our words towards good?   In this sermon, Pastor Michael Best explores three ways our words can build others up: 1) Encouragement: this is the idea … [Read More…] Power for Good

Merciful Justice

  • July 20, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Many of us are living through seasons of loss and unrest. And we’re asking: how could God possibly have a plan for all of this? Beginning this Sunday, we invite you to join us as we explore a God who provides redeeming mercies through the darkest times of our lives. We’ll see how we can trust Him and find comfort even though we may not understand the bigger picture of His plan.

One of the things that makes grief and loss so difficult is the sense of helplessness. We often feel so powerless, and nothing we can say or do that will make any difference. It’s easy to fall into a victim mentality, to feel helpless, disempowered, angry, and bitter. The story of Ruth grapples with all … [Read More…] Merciful Justice

Conflicting Words

  • July 15, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Every relationship will have conflict, so how should we handle our words when conflict when it comes into our lives? Three questions to ask yourself when in conflict: 1. Why am I in this conflict? 2. How should I act in conflict? 3. What is the goal of this conflict?   Proverbs 10:19

Fellowship in Sufferings

  • July 13, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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finding hope in difficult times, grief and loss

Grief is messy and leads us through a painful journey. The way out of the darkness is often found through the faithful love of someone in our lives who walks with us towards the dawn. In Ruth’s story, that kind of love is called “Hesed”. It means loving selflessness, enduring faithfulness, and forbearing graciousness. God … [Read More…] Fellowship in Sufferings

The Power of Words

  • July 8, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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A wise person stewards well the resources they are given. We think a lot about stewarding money or time, but we often think very little about stewarding one of our most valuable resource: our words. Many studies suggest that the average person speaks 16,000 words a day. How are you stewarding your 16,000 daily words? … [Read More…] The Power of Words

Running to Reality

  • July 6, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Many of us are living through seasons of loss and unrest. And we’re asking: how could God possibly have a plan for all of this? Beginning this Sunday, we invite you to join us as we explore a God who provides redeeming mercies through the darkest times of our lives. We’ll see how we can trust Him and find comfort even though we may not understand the bigger picture of His plan.

When our world is shattered, how do we pick up the pieces and get back to normal? When we’ve lost something and are grieving, our capacity for restoration depends on finding God’s mercies in the dark times. We have to face grief square in the face and invite God into that darkness if we are … [Read More…] Running to Reality