Psalm 32: A Song of Reflection & Honesty

Jun 30, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our favorite songs provide many feelings for us among which are reflection. We reflect on childhood, decisions made, or a path we are currently walking. Psalm 32 is written by David that employs the feeling and reality of reflection. He reflects on his decisions and he reflects on God. This morning we will walk with King David and how the practice of reflection can be folded into our life and how it brings us closer to God

Psalm 32: A Song of Reflection & Honesty

Jun 23, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our favorite songs provide many feelings for us among which are reflection. We reflect on childhood, decisions made, or a path we are currently walking. Psalm 32 is written by David that employs the feeling and reality of reflection. He reflects on his decisions and he reflects on God. This morning we will walk with King David and how the practice of reflection can be folded into our life and how it brings us closer to God.

It’s Not Fair

jun 09  Elisha Freeman —  Have you been in a circumstance where, as a Christian, you spoke and did everything by God’s word only to see someone of lesser moral belief and practice be rewarded? When that happens everything in us wants to should “Thats not fair” and we are tempted to give in to how we feel. What do we do in those moments? Who do we turn to? Where do we go? Psalm 73 has answers for our questions.”

God’s Summer Playlist: Planted and Blessed

Jun 02, 2024   Elisha Freeman — All of us are ready for the summer and one way we have prepared for summer is that we have put a playlist together on our phone or the music app of our choice. God’s playlist is found in the book of Psalms and for the months of June and July we will shuffle through God’s playlist and learn invaluable insights and application that will enhance our walk with Jesus.

The Humanity of Jesus: The Seasons of Life

May 19, 2024 Elisha Freeman — Today we will recognize and honor our high school graduates. Graduating from high school is a momentous occasion for several reasons, among which is the signaling into adult hood. What does Jesus know about this and other seasons of life? What principles and wisdom can we glean and apply to help us? We will explore these and more this morning.

Who is Jesus? The Human One Bound to Time

May 05, 2024  Elisha Freeman — It is hard to imagine that an amazing reality of the miracle of the incarnation of Jesus is that to become human required Him to be bound to time. As God, Jesus is beyond time. He created time and controls time, but in humbling himself to become human Jesus binds himself to time. While on earth, how did Jesus view time? Approach time? Use time? These questions and more we will explore this morning.

Who is Jesus” The Human One who Experiences Trouble

Apr 21, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Jesus once said that ‘sufficient for the day is its own trouble.’ To live on this earth is to have times of trouble and no one, not even Jesus was immune to this. As a human, how did Jesus respond to trouble? How did He handle it? This morning, as we seek to be conformed to His image, we will explore these questions and gain valuable insight on how to respond as well.

 

Who is Jesus? The One who Helps

Apr 14, 2024   Elisha Freeman — In an attempt to emphasize the humanity of Jesus, Dorothy Sayers once said that ‘Jesus Christ is the only God who has a date in history’. This morning we continue to ask the question ‘Who is Jesus?’, however we shift from the divinity of Jesus to the humanity of Jesus and how Jesus uses His humanity to help us today.

Rescue: The Story of the Cross

Mar 24, 2024   Elisha Freeman — Our society, like any other, is captivated by a rescue story. The problem at hand, the wondering if anything can be done, the hero that emerges and accomplishes the impossible all produce an appreciation for what is done. the Bible, as the story of God, contains the greatest rescue story ever told. This morning we are going to walk through this story that finds its climax with the cross of Jesus.