Apr 30, 2017
This is Not the End: When You Can’t Hide Your Sin Anymore
Doesn’t it stink to get caught? From minor things to major, getting caught is the pits! Until Jesus catches you… Come hear Pastor Paul’s message this Sunday about how Christians not only confront others, but are themselves confronted by Jesus differently.
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  • Apr 30, 2017This is Not the End: When You Can’t Hide Your Sin Anymore
    Apr 30, 2017
    This is Not the End: When You Can’t Hide Your Sin Anymore
    Doesn’t it stink to get caught? From minor things to major, getting caught is the pits! Until Jesus catches you… Come hear Pastor Paul’s message this Sunday about how Christians not only confront others, but are themselves confronted by Jesus differently.
  • Apr 23, 2017This is Not the End: When You Botch Faith
    Apr 23, 2017
    This is Not the End: When You Botch Faith
    Have you ever botched faith?  Meaning, have you ever had a moment where you doubted?  I think we all can say that at one time or another we have botched faith!  Thankfully God’s grace is greater than our botchy faith!  Come to LOC this week to be inspired by a message from Pastor Paul entitled “This is Not the End: When You Botch Faith”.
  • Apr 16, 2017This is Not the End: Part 2
    Apr 16, 2017
    This is Not the End: Part 2
    Easter Sunday
  • Apr 14, 2017This is Not the End: Part 1
    Apr 14, 2017
    This is Not the End: Part 1
    Good Friday
  • Apr 9, 2017At the Table with Jesus: Sabbath Feast (pt. 2)
    Apr 9, 2017
    At the Table with Jesus: Sabbath Feast (pt. 2)
     
  • Apr 2, 2017At the Table with Jesus: Sabbath Feast (pt. 1)
    Apr 2, 2017
    At the Table with Jesus: Sabbath Feast (pt. 1)
    Christianity has gotten a bad rap through the years for being judgmental, rigid, and accusatory and in many cases I would have to agree. Too often well-intentioned zealous church goers miss opportunities to connect with people by looking down their noses at ‘sinners’. For those who truly want to follow Jesus, the call is not to shame others but, like the Son of God, to serve. As we recline “At the table with Jesus” this week, we see a similar struggle with those who claim elite status only to find that their fortunes have been reversed.
  • Mar 26, 2017At the Table with Jesus: Woe is Me
    Mar 26, 2017
    At the Table with Jesus: Woe is Me
    The fear of judgment or negative opinion keeps many away from going to church. When you don’t feel like you live up to the standards of certain groups, you tend to avoid them, it’s only natural. This is no new phenomenon, but has been a staple of society since the beginning of time. So it is when some encounter Jesus, but you may be surprised by the people he takes objection with in our next dining event as we meet “Jesus at the Table” and consider who’s right and who’s wrong.
  • Mar 12, 2017At the Table with Jesus: Washed Feet
    Mar 12, 2017
    At the Table with Jesus: Washed Feet
     
  • Mar 5, 2017At the Table With Jesus: Call of Levi
    Mar 5, 2017
    At the Table With Jesus: Call of Levi
    Our society seems to be moving faster and faster every year. When we’re running from one activity to another, it is getting harder and harder to find time to ‘squeeze’ in a meal. Fast food establishments are popping up on every corner supplying stressed out people at least some measure of nutrition to keep on moving. Family mealtime, if and when it appears, is savored for its rarity. If we rewind 2,000 years, a different picture surrounds the dining experience – it was often an event with profound social implications – so what would you do in these situations? Join us over the next several weeks as we observe ‘Jesus at the Table’, looking at the mealtime episodes from the Gospel of Luke to see what we might learn from Christ’s actions and words.
  • Feb 19, 2017Listen Up! Laodicea
    Feb 19, 2017
    Listen Up! Laodicea
    Series: Listen Up!
    Trying to figure out who knew what and when has been in the news cycle again lately. It’s often hard to tell who is telling the truth and whether or not it was something malicious or benign. Keeping track of life and relationships can be similar to the point where we just want to call a time out and take a break. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could find another person we could trust completely? This Sunday we look at the final church addressed in the book of Revelation and find out that there is one who is faithful and true – the question is whether or not we will Listen UP!