Hold on to Hope

Hold on to Hope

Hope for the Future

May 2, 2021 8:30 Traditional and 11am Outdoor Worship Pastor Dennis Henley Next Steps Write down your worries for the next two weeks; afterwards check to see what occurred When you hear a disturbing news report, counter it with one of today’s scriptures (John 16:33; Matthew 6:25-34; Lamentations 3:21-23; Philippians 4:6; John 14:27) Memorize Isaiah 41:10a – “Fear not, for I am with you.”

Hold on in the Midst of Loss

Sunday April 25, 2021 8:30 Traditional and 11am Contemporary Worship Pastor Greg Cox NEXT STEPS: Read Hebrews 6:13-20 and 10:19-25 Commit to praying this week about a specific loss you’ve experienced Commit to worship and invite those you love to join you. Commit yourself to deep relationship building

Hold on in Chaos

Sunday April 18, 2021 8:30 Traditional and 11am Contemporary Worship Pastor Cyndi Bloise NEXT STEPS: Read Psalm 46 Be still and listen to a piece of music that expresses your heart to God Make a list of people who are experiencing chaos right now. Reach out to at least one of these with words of encouragement or an act of kindness

Hold on in Doubt

Sunday April 11, 2021 8:30 Traditional and 11am Contemporary Worship Pastor Dennis Henley NEXT STEPS: Pray about the doubts you face in your life today Review and contemplate the scriptures suggested this morning Evaluate your relationship with Jesus – do you know about him, or truly know him?

Hold on to Hope

What’s the difference between living and existing? Between success and failure? Joy and despair? Openness and isolation? HOPE. By holding on to the hope you received through the resurrection of Christ: You build better relationships You are productive and less affected by stress You find success and satisfaction in your life You find wells of compassion and mercy within you You are physically and spiritually healthier You are not afraid to hold yourself to higher ethical standards You are more…