Online Services

Monday, September 21, 2020

The Wisdom of Pursuing Peace

Thanks for your patience as we work out some livestream bugs. The September 20th service is now available on youtube.

Here's a summary:

Jesus said "Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God." But how can we be peacemakers when we don't have peace our selves? That takes wisdom. In the Bible we find the accumulated wisdom of the ages, preserved for us. And that's where we find the key to peace, even in these troubled times. It starts by finding peace with God. Then we can be peacemakers to those around us, and people will see us as the children of God.

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Sunday, September 13, 2020


Finding Financial Wisdom


We live in a world that lives in constant stress, and one of our primary stressors is uncertainty over financial issues. The future is even more uncertain these days, due to the COVID shutdown, social unrest, and even the wildfires raging in the western part of our nation.


But God does not want us to live in stress and fear, especially over financial issues. Join us today as we see what Jesus has to say about money.


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Monday, September 07, 2020

The Wisdom of Perseverance

It's so important to stand strong in difficult or radical times. We're living in radical times, and while we hope things get better, wisdom demands we are realistic in our view of the future. It may get worse. Today we look at God's wisdom on how to remain strong when trouble presses in from every side.

Also, yesterday was our first attempt at livestreaming our service. It worked well on facebook, but had glitches on youtube. So here is the full service in a stable presentation:  Click here to watch the service. 

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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Words. The most powerful - the most dangerous - weapons in the world. They can destroy nations, families, and place life-long crushing burdens on the back of the innocen. And yet, words chosen wisely can bring encouragement, strength and healing. How can we use wisdom in choosing the words we say and the words we listen to? Listen to this week's message to gain some insight.


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Sunday, August 23, 2020


In radical times, we can draw strength from friends. The Bible has much to say about the value of friendship. Join us as Steve Rowe helps us understand the wisdom of friendship.

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Sunday, August 16, 2020

Choosing Wise Advice

Life is better if we live it with wisdom. But we all have our limits, none of us make wise decisions all the time. How can we overcome our limitations and experience the success that wisdom can bring? Here's some advice...listen to (wise) advice!

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Sunday, August 09, 2020

Finding Wisdom at Work.

Some of us spend over 100,000 hours of our lives at work. Some of us spend even more. Some of us feel like we're never not working. It may feel like a blessing. It may feel feel like a curse - an unwanted intrusion into our "real" life. But understanding God's perspective can make a difference how we think of this major portion of our lives.

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Sunday, August 02, 2020


Or do we? As individuals and as a nation, who and what do we REALLY trust? In a world where so many ideas and perspectives demand attention, how do we determine the trust-worthy? Wisdom helps us see things on a different level, and find a truly worthy object of trust.

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Saturday, July 25, 2020

How do we know what to think about the things that are going on in society? We're deluged by so many ideas and perspectives and supposed "facts." So how can we figure out what to believe? Who is telling the truth?

More than ever before, we need wisdom. Join us as we dig into the ultimate source of wisdom - God himself. And this wisdom is available to everyone!

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Sunday, July 19, 2020

Church at Home - July 19

Is the Bible relevant to our lives today? After all, it was written thousands of years ago. Join us as we take a look at Psalm 91, written 3000 years ago, telling us what God has to say about dealing with the challenges of life, including deadly disease and opposition from other people. Sneak preview - God promises to care for his people, regardless of the challenges life brings.

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