Pastor Tim winds down the Acts Odyssey series with a message about one of Paul’s farewell speeches and some thoughts about the “endings” we have in our own lives. If you want to read ahead, check out Acts 20:13-38
Pastor Mark shares from Matthew 17:20— A seed of faith. Jesus shares quite the metaphor when he challenges his disciples that with just a tiny bit of faith they will accomplish great things. Pastor Mark examines how faith is a beautiful gift from God.
The next stop on our Acts Odyssey is the wealthy and prosperous city of Corinth. Pastor Tim shares about a number of Paul’s partners in ministry there; he also spends time reflecting on the Las Vegas shooting and what it means for those of us here.
Thessalonica and Berea were two towns from the same geographical area, but their reactions to the gospel were very different. Pastor Tim will share about these cities in a message based on Acts 17.
Acts Odyssey rolls on at our 9:30 worship service. Pastor Tim will explore Acts chapter 16, a beautiful and surprising chapter that reveals how the gospel sets three kinds of people free.
Today we host the ordination service of FRC member Adam Vander Stoep. Pastor Tim will share a meditation and Adam, who will be serving Hamiliton (MI) Reformed Church, will be formally ordained as a minister of Word and Sacrament in the RCA.
Since it’s Labor Day weekend, everyone is invited to come dressed in clothes that reflect their past, present, or future (What I want to be when I grow up!) career. We’ll have a special “Christ in our Careers” prayer. The sermon will be a kickoff to our autumn teaching series called Acts Odyssey and will […]
We often wonder why God allows some things to happen while not allowing other things to take place. Pastor Mark will share on Habakkuk, who tackles these issues with the question, “Could God actually be working through tough times?” Habakkuk clings to his faith during the difficult circumstances of his life and challenges us to […]
Pastor Tim returns to the pulpit following his summer sabbatical. In his first message back, he shares from Job 38 and reflecting on the power – and, paradoxically, the powerlessness – of the God who created the stars in the heavens.
Pastor Steve’s message is entitled “A Faith Refined Like Gold”, Living confidently for Jesus can often be an intense challenge, but through days of testing our faith is refined to be of greater value than gold.