Trust

Messages about Trust

07/10

Stuck in the Desert

Speaker: Eric Marshall
Topics: burdens, disappointment, Trust

We all fear the uncertainty of the future sometimes. Unemployment. Foreclosure. Illness. Family crisis. We might feel as though we are stuck in the desert like Moses. A desert where life is not as it once was, and the future still looks unclear. When we are in the desert, we can ask God our difficult questions, knowing He is big enough to handle them.  Text: Numbers 11:10–17

05/08

Trust God…Stay the Course! 2nd Service-Child Dedication

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: children, Faithfulness, parents, Trust

Raising children in a crazed culture requires one trust God and stay the course. Consider a couple while living in a crazed culture, in faith, “lent” their son to the LORD and its application for faithful parenting today.    Text: 1 Samuel 1:19-28; Hebrews 11:32-38

05/08

Trust God…Stay the Course! 1st Service-Child Dedication

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: children, Faithfulness, parents, Trust

Raising children in a crazed culture requires one trust God and stay the course. Consider a couple while living in a crazed culture, in faith, “lent” their son to the LORD and its application for faithful parenting today.   Text: 1 Samuel 1:19-28; Hebrews 11:32-38

12/26/21

Divine Rescue – From Fear to Faith

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: Faith, Peace, restored, Trust

Jesus is the one we much believe in to find hope, peace, love, and joy in life’s hardships. Text: Ruth 1-4; Matthew 1:18-24

12/12/21

Divine Rescue – From Outcast to Loved

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: boldness, daring, sacrificial love, Trust

True love is a commitment to act in the best interest of another. It is the kind of personal, intimate love which Jesus demonstrates toward us. A love which moves us from outcast to deeply loved.  Text: Ruth 3:1-18, Isaiah 54:10, Romans 5:8

03/14/21

Savior

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: believe, delays, deliverance, eternal life, Trust

In the wilderness, God gives His rebellious and vulnerable people a sign and a remedy. To look on the bronze serpent was to live. In the same way Jesus is the one we must believe in to live.    Text: Numbers 21:4-9; John 3:10-21