Patti Zuck shared this story to her social media feed after our January Worship and Ministry Night.
We’ve all seen the sign posted on the wall at our doctor’s office. The one with the smiley faces that quickly lose their smile.
My family and I were driving on the highway listening to a worship album.
Nona Baker is no stranger to miracles. She, along side her husband Bill, have been missionaries for Jesus for their entire married lives.
Jesus’ work in my life is demonstrated by two simple stories, which I view as miracles.
To wrap up the Testify! Series, Carey encourages us to confidently share our stories, no matter what it may be, helping those around us to learn and understand who they are in Jesus.
This week, Pastor Adam is joined by Carey Burton as she shares what God has shown her through the Testify! series.
Check out Part 4 in our Testify! Series! This week, Pastor Adam Greenwell talks about how our actions are our greatest testimony and challenges us with the question, "do your everyday actions reflect Jesus?"
Check out Testify! Part 3! This week, Pastor Adam Greenwell talks about the missional narrative, or, how we take our story and use it to share the story of Jesus.
Check out Part 2 of the Testify! series. This week Pastor Adam Greenwell is encouraging us to press into our own stories, remembering how Jesus has impacted our lives.
Check out the first vlog of our new series called Testify! For the next five weeks, Pastor Adam Greenwell will be leading us through a study on the importance of sharing our story and connecting people to Jesus.
There are many times in life that we may doubt the truth of who Jesus is. This is normal. In the midst of difficulties and doubts though, we choose to trust Jesus.
This week we move from Love to Faith, which may seem to be a bigger step than the previous ones. Or is it?
This week we look at Love. Here is a video from our friends at the Bible Project that does a great job of explaining the Hebrew word, ahavah, “Love.” Enjoy.
This week I will look at Grace. Like so much of what we are learning, the idea that “we get to give” is hard to avoid.
“Have mercy on me” is not a common phrase in our part of the world. This is largely for two reasons. The first is our pride.
We made it! This Sunday, we take a look at the last of the seven “I Am” statements of Jesus in the Gospel of John.
This week in our I Am series we will look at John 10 and Jesus as the Gate for the Sheep and as The Good Shepherd.
Hunger is an interesting urge. God created hunger in order to remind us that we must be sustained. Hunger also points us to that which provides the ultimate sustenance, Jesus.
This Sunday we begin a five week look into Jesus… From his perspective. We meet Jesus through the way he identifies himself! In our context, we know people through name, title and relationship.
This week we are wrapping up our study of Peter. We have watched him through his life as he was willing to jump in and follow Jesus, to fail and keep trying and keep learning.
As you are aware, in any sermon or teaching there is always more material, more texts, than can fit into the time allotted, and if talked about, dulls the point being made.
As we dig in this week, ask yourself if you play it safe. Do you hedge your bets? When you make a mistake or wonder if you look stupid, do you back away?
I like to think that Peter the disciple of Jesus and I would have been friends, had I lived in Palestine 2000 years ago.
On Sunday, February 23, we begin a four week look into the book of Jonah.
This past Sunday, we kicked off The Storm at the Billings Vineyard; our four-week journey through the book of Jonah.
After becoming fish vomit, Jonah has another crack at accomplishing the call given to him by God. Before he carries the words of God to the people of Nineveh, he experiences something that we are going to call the Context Walk
Justice… this word… Justice is a word that, if I am honest, can meaning something different when I apply it to myself than when I apply it to others. Sometimes, I want justice to be brought upon others while I cry out for (and expect) God’s mercy.