Current Sermon Series: Numbers

The book of Numbers records the stories and the people of Israel. Even today, we do the same thing, too. This is why we search family genealogies and have family stories we tell at family reunions. People are precious – and can, at times, be frustrating – to us. The same is true with God. How God deals with His people can help us learn how to relate to others.

Learning the Hard Way

Toil and Rest (Week 4)

Some people center their lives around their careers. They define themselves by what they do. Solomon says such a path is folly. Defining yourself by your work often leads to refusing to trust God for rest. And our work, for the most part, simply does not last. Only God’s work endures, which is why we trust in Him.


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Pleasure and Pain (Week 2) Series' Pleasure and Pain (Week 2)

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Rinse and Repeat (Week 1) Series' Rinse and Repeat (Week 1)

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