“Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us give thanks, by which we offer to God an acceptable worship with reverence and awe; for indeed our God is a consuming fire.” -Hebrews 12:28-29 

A kingdom that cannot be shaken, doesn’t that sound like good news? I’m tired of all the shaking going on in our world right now. It seems just when I think things have settled down another event troubles the water and we have to wait through the shaking until things achieve some semblance of calm again. I’m not just talking about world events-covid, war, politics, new diseases, inflation etc. But also those things in our personal lives that throw us off balance. I am glad for this promise that we are receiving a kingdom that doesn’t shake, that doesn’t get off kilter, that is stable and strong and enduring. That sounds like good news that we need right now. We’ll talk more about it this Sunday. 

-Pastor Travis Norton

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“…who for the sake of the joy that was set before him, endured the cross…” Hebrews 12:2 

As we continue this look at the famous “Faith” chapter in Hebrews 11 one has to wonder why anyone would be a person of faith. The people lifted up faced great opposition and hardship. Yet they endured and were obedient to God’s call even when they didn’t get to reap the reward of their faith. They followed the example of Jesus, who endured the cross for the sake of the joy set before him. This Sunday we’ll talk about the perspective needed to be a person of faith. Perspective changes everything. 

-Pastor Travis Norton

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Hebrews 11:1-10

What is it that makes life worth living?  Is it the big things that we see or is it the ongoing day to day activities that go by unnoticed?  Hebrews asks the question of faith; a faith that carries through all generations.  Hebrews invited us to examine a faith that we cannot see yet gives us a firm foundation in all that we do.  As we begin this sermon series it’s a chance to explore where our faith holds us up and carries us in ways unseen yet surely held in God’s promises and faithfulness.

-Pastor Carrie

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