Who doesn’t wish for an occasional do-over? Few things bring relief like getting to start again. That’s what we get during Advent (Dec 2 -24 in 2018). “Advent is the first month of the biblical calendar,” says author J.D. Walt. “It’s like a giant Reset button crying out to give us a fresh start ….” Could you use a reset button right now?

Your Calendar Tells A Story

December 2, 2018

{Hebrews 1:1-3}

It’s December already! Where did the year go? Time may be our most valuable treasure, our scarcest commodity. You can see how you’ve spent that treasure by looking back through your calendar. What story does your calendar tell? God’s story, like ours, was marked by progress and setbacks. Then God hit the reset button. “In these last days he has spoken to us by his Son” (Hebrews 1:2).

Christmas Pageant: "Straight Outta Bethlehem"

December 9, 2018

This Sunday will feature our children’s musical, featuring the acting and singing of 100 kids. You’ll also hear music from our Chancel Choir at the 9 a.m. service and our Three-Point Choir at 10:45 a.m.

Encourage One Another With These Words

December 16, 2018

{Acts 1:7-11 and 1 Thessalonians 4:16-18}

The word Advent means “coming.” And while we look back and celebrate the first Advent of Jesus, we also look forward to his second Advent. That will be the final reset button, where all who belong to Jesus will live with him in the New Jerusalem, “and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes” (Revelation 7:17). Be encouraged.

Reset To A Single Priority

December 23, 2018

{Matthew 6:31-33}

God’s reset button for us is also a repent button. We can’t start over until we let go of what’s holding us back. But Jesus said not to focus on what you’ve left behind. Focus on where you’re going. “Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness” (Matthew 6:33). Only then will everything else fall into place.

Christmas Eve

Reset: Because God Never Gives Up On You

December 24, 2018

{Luke 2:1-14}

A reset is a second chance. You may face consequences for your choices, but God never gives up on you. He gives you a second chance – as many as it takes. That’s what makes Christmas worth celebrating. God loves you so much he sent his only Son, and when you put your faith in him, that’s the reset button. Your life won’t end in death. You will have Life - forever.

3:00pm - Family Friendly / 5:00pm - Traditional / 8:00pm - Acoustic Contemporary