Messages (Page 2)

Messages (Page 2)

Burning Questions: Part 1

Burning Questions: Part 1 Sunday, April 19, 2020 – 8:30am Traditional Online Worship and11am Contemporary Online Worship Pastor Dennis Henley Pastor Dennis begins the “Burning Questions” Message Series addressing questions submitted by the congregation: (1) Why don’t pastors know everything about God? (2) Is Christianity really the ONLY way? (3) If God is loves everyone, why are some saved and some not? (4) Why so many denominations? and (5) If Jesus came to earth 2000 years ago, why no update…

Join us for our Burning Questions Series

Having questions about God is central to the Christian experience.  During the first two weeks of March, our pastors asked us to submit our faith-based questions to help the worship team develop our post-Easter message series.  The resulting series spans topics such as Salvation, Heaven, Scripture, Suffering, Satan/ Evil, and Works vs. Grace.  Join us each week to learn which questions were asked, and to hear our pastors offer encouraging answers to some of the most “burning” questions.  And please…

In the Shadow of the Cross: Fasting

In the Shadow of the Cross: FastingSunday, March 1 at 11am ContemporarySunday, March 8 at 8:30am & 11am TraditionalPastor Greg Cox Please check back to read the message as it is available.

I Love to Tell the Story: 2 Thieves, 3 Crosses

Sunday, February 16 at 8:30 and 11am Traditional Worship and Sunday, February 23 at 11am Contemporary WorshipPastor Dennis Henley While a little less commonly seen than in the past, as you drive along interstate highways and other heavily traveled roads like I 79 or US 19 through W PA, WV and other parts of Appalachia, you’re still likely to see three crosses, usually on a hillside, reminiscent of the crosses of Calvary Coffindaffer Crosses Marine veteran; lay pastor of a…

I Love to Tell the Story: Paul and Silas in Prison

Sunday, February 16 at 11am Contemporary Worship and Sunday, February 23 at 8:30 and 11am Traditional WorshipPastor David Streets Okay, it happened to me again. Do you remember a message I shared some time ago in which I told you that while I was standing in the lobby of PPG Paints Arena I dropped my IPhone on the granite floor? The glass did not break but the image on the screen was cockeyed. I thought I’d broken my phone but…