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This Sunday @ 10am

All Church Zoom

Please Join us! 

This Sunday, November 1st @10am, we're getting everyone together for an All-Church meeting, teaching, and discussion over Zoom. And yes, we know that everyone is absolutely over Zoom at this point. But we would love to see everyone there! Please try and make this a priority.  

Weekly Reflections

Encouraging each other through the writings of Paul. 

  • Ephesians 1


    God doesn’t offer forgiveness according to our performance. He offers forgiveness because He has an abundance of it.

  • Ephesians 1


    We are saints. I am a saint. A holy one. Consecrated. Why? Simply because I am called by God and have chosen to put my faith in Jesus Christ.

  • Ephesians 2

    He is our peace

    The Church is a house, each of us a building block, with “Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.” Christ himself is the unifier. 

  • Ephesians 2

    The Intervener

    He erased my previous identities of sinful, broken and prideful and replaced them. There is no going back to my old identities for he has rid them of me. God has intervened on my behalf to call me Redeemed and Loved.

  • Ephesians 3

    Invite Him In

    It’s not me in my own strength, willing myself to make the change and be strengthen but a “glorious inner strength” from Christ’s dwelling in us that will do all the molding of our hearts. So come on in Jesus, you are welcome here.

  • Ephesians 4

    Jesus, define me

    I am so quick to forget my new identity and calling, and revert back to a way of living that isn’t worthy of my new identity and calling. And it is not that I consciously decide, “I’d like to go back to living as the ‘old man’ today,” and then I start cursing at the traffic in front of me.

  • Ephesians 4

    Less of Me, More of Jesus

    As I read Ephesians 4, there is no doubt in my mind that Paul is saying that our lives should look different if we follow Jesus; however, I need to pause and remind myself that my life looks different because of what He has done, not what I can do. 

  • Ephesians 5

    Imitators of Christ

    It is critical that we first and foremost give our lives to Jesus and recognize Him as our Lord. But that's not the end. We are then called to live as "imitators of God, as beloved children" (v1). Not going to sugarcoat it: this seems really daunting. An imitator of our holy and glorious God? No pressure or anything!!

  • Ephesians 5

    Being Light Amidst the Darkness

    When I look back on the days of quarantine, I want to know that I used it as a time to speak light into the darkness, truth where there is untruth, and to have encouraged the people God put in my path rather than add to the chaos and confusion.

  • Ephesians 6

    Equipped in the Battle

    Doesn’t it feel like life is always a battle? There is always something we are battling—worrying about what others think, stepping out of our comfort zones, fighting against sin, uncertainty, unsettling feelings, negative thoughts, fear, and so much more. And it can get tiring for sure. It sure seems like life would be a lot easier if God was like a genie and we could just wish all of our battles away, doesn’t it? 

  • Ephesians 6

    Gospel Mystery

    The gospel is a great mystery that continues to unfold to those who seek the Lord. Paul asks in Ephesians 6, “that words may be given to me in opening my mouth boldly to proclaim the mystery of the gospel.” It was not a mistake that he asked for the words to be given to him. The gospel is so rich, full, and deep, that we need words given to us to truly proclaim it.

  • Philippians 1

    The Truth Matters

    How would your life change if you knew the truth? Most people think they know, but if we’re being honest, it’s tough to be certain about the truth. But how can this be? We have more knowledge at our fingertips today than ever in history, we absorb so much with our eyes and our hearts and our minds, but hardly any of it is the truth. Most of it is false.

  • Philippians 1

    What is a Surprise to Me, isn’t a Surprise to God

    It is such a beautiful thing to read how Paul wants to be involved with his community even while being in prison. He wants to see them thrive!

  • Philippians 2

    Privilege or Humility? 

    What does it look like—in the turmoil of our present world, amidst the uprising of an oppressed people group—to humble ourselves and consider the interests of others over our own interests? Jesus was born with privileges, at least in the spiritual realm. So why would he deny those privileges and “empty himself by assuming the form of a servant”?

  • Philippians 2

    The Daily Battle of Becoming Like Christ

    Paul helps us understand what becoming “like Christ” means and looks like. In verses 6-11 we learn the gospel truth of what Christ did. He humbled himself, came to earth, and died on a cross for us and our sins. WOAH! Let that sink in for a second! Can you imagine doing that for someone, even someone you love? I know I can’t.

  • Philippians 3

    Jesus is All that Truly Matters 

    Anxiety so easily creeps into my heart and mind and tells me I need to take control in order to see success in my life. It only takes a minute of surrender to remember how small I am and how big God is and that he has everything I could possibly need. He is more than enough.

  • Philippians 3

    Are You an Over Achiever?

    Paul clarifies that having great achievements or “checking all the boxes” of what we think pleases God is not really having a genuine relationship with Christ Jesus our Savior . . . So basically those of us who worship God in the power and freedom of the Holy Spirit, not in the laws and religious duties, are the ones who please God.

  • Philippians 4

    The Secret of Contentment

    In Philippians 4, Paul thanks the Philippians for sending provisions, but he also writes that he was not in need of their provisions because he has learned how to be content in all circumstances. (v. 11). The “secret of being content in every situation” is not something he, a mere man, can accomplish. (v. 13). No, it is through the power of Jesus Christ that Paul had attained what has evaded so many others.

  • Philippians 4

    Fix my Eyes on You

    Rejoice always, do not worry, and focus on the things of God. I wish I lived like this every day. Can you imagine what life would be like if this was our everyday reality? And the crazy part is that it could be.

  • Colossians 1

    He Holds All Things Together 

    When my life is cartwheeling into oncoming traffic, He is in control. When my kids are tantruming, everything is closed and then my car gets stolen, He is there. I need these times of reflection to center myself in the truth that He is divine, He is a Good Father.

  • Colossians 1

    Why do we care so much about Jesus?

    Because the more we know Jesus, and the more we know about Jesus, the more we will begin to understand God. And when we get to know God more, we begin to understand who we are supposed to be. We find our depth of meaning in our pursuit of knowing Jesus. 

  • Colossians 2

    Abounding in Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving changes thing. It literally shifts the atmosphere. But that shouldn't surprise us because Jesus came to bring His kingdom into our hearts and lives. And His kingdom doesn't function like we would expect it to. 

  • Colossians 2


    We live in a world of brokenness and we are all just trying to perfect what is inevitably falling apart. We don’t need a regimen, or religiosity, or program after program. We need new selves.

  • Colossians 3

    One Free Quarter

    In order to see things from other people’s perspective, you have to put on compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience. We need to bear with each other. When we don’t have people bearing with us, we often are left with a harder heart. 

  • Colossians 3

    Kind Correction

    . . . isn’t it the kindness of God to tell us when we’re wrong? It’s like driving down a busy street and you see a sign that says “WRONG WAY!” If we weren't given that sign, we’d be in danger as we drive the opposite direction of oncoming traffic! 

  • Colossians 4

    The Sweet and Seasoned Words of Jesus

    Instead of hearing gracious words and believing in the truths I know, I was allowing myself to hear lies. Throughout my life I have heard many harsh words, so when I am approached with sweet & seasoned words, I often don’t believe the truth in them.

  • Colossians 4

    Group effort

    As the Bible always has a way of doing so, Colossians 4 is such an encouragement in not only doctrine and correction but serves to keep us on track as we focus on Jesus and the relationships we’re given. 

  • Philemon 1

    Transformative Faith

    This letter serves as a good reminder of what my faith lived out should really look like. It should look like transformation. Transformation of the way our broken world tells us we should see ourselves and see others and see God.

  • Philemon 1

    Refreshing the Hearts of the Saints

    Anyone can put on a face and present themselves as happy and be kind to those around them, but they would not be emanating the love described in Philemon. This love is sourced by God. The love showed to me on Sunday is derived from God loving the church and the church reflecting that love on me.