Aug 25, 2019
Missions Weekend – Luke 4_14-21
Series: Pentecost
This week we hear from Ryan, a member of Ashes to Life Church in Beaver Falls as we celebrate Missions Weekend. Ashes to Life is a church dedicated to serving people in recovery, a ministry that we are fortunate to be able to support and serve along side. Among testimony of others serving in mission, Ryan share some exciting new ministry emerging from Ashes to Life!
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  • Aug 25, 2019Missions Weekend – Luke 4_14-21
    Aug 25, 2019
    Missions Weekend – Luke 4_14-21
    Series: Pentecost
    This week we hear from Ryan, a member of Ashes to Life Church in Beaver Falls as we celebrate Missions Weekend. Ashes to Life is a church dedicated to serving people in recovery, a ministry that we are fortunate to be able to support and serve along side. Among testimony of others serving in mission, Ryan share some exciting new ministry emerging from Ashes to Life!
  • Dec 16, 2018Shameful Shepherd – Kevin Jenkins – Luke 2:8-20 & 15:1-7
    Dec 16, 2018
    Shameful Shepherd – Kevin Jenkins – Luke 2:8-20 & 15:1-7
    Series: Advent
    So, honest question, why reveal the birth of Christ to foreigners and to dirty, shameful shepherds who were seen as outcasts? Why wouldn't God share this news the phrases and other religious people throughout Israel? Why pick the outcast and the foreigner? Well, why not? Jesus entire ministry was devoted revealing God's love and His grace to the sinner, the outcast, the lost and forgotten. Everyone the religious elite looked down upon, Jesus would lift up, heal and reveal God's love. Because these elite ignored the words of God's prophets, they missed it, and this miracle was shared with shepherds and revealed to foreigners. Why the shepherds? Well, why not the shepherds!
  • Aug 26, 2018Eyes to See the Father’s Work – Dr. Rev. Mark Ongley – John 5:1-20
    Aug 26, 2018
    Eyes to See the Father’s Work – Dr. Rev. Mark Ongley – John 5:1-20
    Series: Pentecost
    Where do you see God at work? This sounds like a simple enough question, but how many of us can readily give an answer. Sometimes we become so consumed with tradition or what we consider to be proper, that we completely miss what God is doing. In this weeks scripture lesson, the pharisees are so taken back by a man carrying a mat on the sabbath, that they completely miss the wonder of his healing at Jesus hands. Instead, they ridicule this man and persecute Jesus for healing someone on the sabbath. There can be a little pharisee in all of us, but God, allow us be more like Jesus. Give us eyes to see the father's work, and joyfully join you in it. Amen.