Read Jonah 1:1-17 and listen in as we discuss God’s mercy to Jonah, the mariners, and ourselves. Often God’s mercy does not look like what we expect. How do you interpret the storms of this life? Are you able to see them as God’s mercies in disguise? How does the gospel relate to our suffering? How does Jonah point us to Jesus? (See also Matthew 12:40.)
This is the first sermon in our new series in the book of Jonah. We focused on Jonah 1:1-3 and discussed Jonah’s flight from the presence of God and what that means for us. Listen in as we introduce the new series and get started in the first three verses of this little book. (See also 2 Kings 14:23-25; Matthew 12:38-41; Isaiah 6:1-8.)
Join us this Sunday as we start our new series in the book of Jonah. This promises to be a fruitful study for all ages. The title will be Grace on Mission, in keeping with our Fall theme of Life on Mission. We hope to see you this Sunday!
How does the gospel change both your work and your rest? This is the question we are seeking to answer on this past Labor Day. Our primary text was one you may not expect, Exodus 20:8-11. What should we learn and apply from the Old Testament Sabbath? Listen in as we try to show that we were created and redeemed to enjoy both our work and our rest. (Also see Colossians 3:23-24, Ecclesiastes 2:24, Colossians 2:16-17,Hebrews 4:9-10, Matthew 11:28.)