A 99 year old impotent man, his 90 year old barren wife, and their absurd belief that God would give them a son. A powerful story of grace, faith, and life.
Pastor Tim interviews one of our Grace staff members who has a profound Reformation Story to tell.
We launch our final series headed into the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by looking at some key quotes from Martin Luther on the Reformation of Grace. This weekend I’ll make you Latin scholars and at the same time share some good news in answer to my opening questions.
We’ll wrap up our series on the Lord’s Prayer, looking at a story Jesus tells about prayer (Luke 11:1-13).
As we continue our series on the Lord’s Prayer, we’ll focus on God’s promise to you in the words: Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
Our Bishop, Steve Talmage, will be continuing our series on the Lord’s Prayer, looking at what it means when we pray…Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.
GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY BREAD As we continue our series on The Prodigal’s Prayer (The Lord’s Prayer) we’re going to look at what it means to pray: Give us this day our daily bread. More than a prayer, that phrase is a worry-busting promise from God.
YOUR WILL BE DONE We continue our look at The Prodigal’s Prayer (The Lord’s Prayer) we turn our attention to Thy Will Be Done. God’s will is blamed for a lot of bad things in the world. What really is God’s will and what it God’s will for your life?
The Prodigal’s Prayer. We’re digging into the Lord’s Prayer and not only what it teaches us about prayer, but about what it does in and us through us when we pray it. This week: What does it mean when we pray: Your Kingdom Come?
We’re going to deep dive into the Lord’s Prayer and not only what it teaches us about prayer, but about what it does in and us through us when we pray it.