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.


Addressing Anxiety (Week 4)

The Israelites are commanded by God to enter the Promised Land and take possession of it. But a band of explorers who go on a reconnaissance mission of the land are scared of its current residents. Because they refuse to go in, Israel wanders the wilderness for forty years. Our anxiety, too, can exile us to a wilderness. How do we trust God, even when doing so feels frightening?

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Choosing Servants (Week 5) Series' Choosing Servants (Week 5)

God makes Aaron’s staff bud a sign that He has chosen Aaron’s tribe – the…

Dangerous Jealousy (Week 3) Series' Dangerous Jealousy (Week 3)

Moses’ siblings become jealous of Moses’ closeness with God. But instead…

God Provides (Week 2) Series' God Provides (Week 2)

Throughout the book of Numbers, the Israelites struggle to trust in God…

People Count (Week 1) Series' People Count (Week 1)

The book of Numbers is full of long genealogies that we might be tempted…