Join Ann as she opens the words of Psalm 150 and shows us the where, how, who and why we need to praise God. Learn why God chose this psalm to be the exclamation point at the end of the book of Psalms.
The Psalms of Lament give us permission to share all of our emotions with Him.
Thank you for eleven great years! May the vinegrower keep his Maggie Valley vineyard healthy and vital! (Sermon from John 15:1-11)
As Christians we are called by Jesus to come out of the world, only to be commissioned to go back into it with a purpose! (Sermon from 2 Corinthians 5:6-17)
Now is the acceptable time. Now is the day of salvation. If we put into action Jesus’ teachings yesterday, then we should be even better equipped to follow him now. Its too late if we plan on putting off until tomorrow what we are asked to do today. Now is the acceptable time. Today is […]
Even the rocks were crying out in praise of God this last Sunday at our “Church on the Green” service in the field across the creek! (Sermon from Luke 19:29-40
“Remember the sabbath, and keep it holy” made it onto God’s top ten list. And yet, revealing God’s heart, Jesus says that the sabbath was made for us; we weren’t made for the sabbath. If people are hungry, feed them. If people are hurting, help them. Even on the sabbath. Jesus wanted to make sure […]
Through faith and by God’s grace we are improving every day (hopefully), and are moving mountains, one shovelful at a time. (Sermon from John 3:1-17)
On Ascension Sunday this year we remembered what God has been up to. We also celebrated that even when we don’t know what the future has in store for us, we can know that God is walking with us into whatever comes next. (Sermon from Luke 24:44-52)
Faithful is the word that best describes us when we position ourselves in the light and we turn away from the shadows. 1 John 5:4-5 says that our faith is the victory that conquers the world! (Sermon from 1 John 5:1-6)