Sun, Sep 01, 2013
Jesus' final words to His disciples were said around a dinner table. Lead Pastor Bobby Martin will show us what Jesus said about bread and wine and how it relates to the spiritual hunger in our lives. The Last Supper is a fitting background to end our series as we celebrate communion together as the Body of Christ.
Sun, Aug 25, 2013
Many people come to God and to church desiring to have their needs met and their “plates” filled. But they are unaware that they are missing what their true need is. Community Pastor Tim Seippel will use one of Jesus’ greatest miracles – the feeding of the 5000 – to uncover what our true need is and how it impacts our relationship with God.
Sun, Aug 18, 2013
Food and water are necessary for us to survive. Food replenishes our energy, rejuvenates us, and provides the basic building blocks for our bodies. Water regulates our temperature, protects our organs, and gets rid of waste. College Pastor Wade Henderson will show us a dramatic statement Jesus made in the Sermon on the Mount – We need to pursue God the same way we pursue food and water.
Sun, Aug 11, 2013
How can a man be so hungry that he is willing to sell his right to the family fortune for a bowl of soup? Student Pastor Jesse Hicks will use the story of Jacob and Esau to show the dark side of hunger. We will learn how the satisfaction of the immediate can greatly affect the blessings of our future.
Sun, Aug 04, 2013
The first temptation Jesus experienced was about hunger. After fasting for 40 days, it was tempting for Him to turn stones to bread to satisfy His appetite. Worship Pastor Stan Lee uses this setting to show us how why we eat is just as important as what we eat.
Sun, Jul 28, 2013
Jesus used the setting of a dinner party to teach an important lesson about hungering for God. All of us are invited to a communal relationship with God, but not everyone accepts the invitation. In this message Lead Pastor Bobby Martin explores the excuses we give for not accepting God’s invitation to a relationship with Him.