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Our 2020 Theme: That All May See Jesus

Many people in the Bible knew just how important it was for them to see Jesus. They fought through crowds. They climbed trees. They crashed dinners to which they weren’t invited. They left their jobs. And when they saw Jesus, His greatness drew them closer, until they were changed eternally by His presence. Join us in 2020 as we strive to see Jesus more clearly, to show Him more in our own lives, and to live with a sense of God’s mission: “that all may see Jesus.”

Latest Church Blog Posts

I Love You and Can Make You So Much More…

With Valentine’s Day coming up we are thinking about love and our loved ones.  We give gifts to show love to our significant others. I would like to focus for a moment on the love Jesus has for us. Tim was preaching a sermon on Sunday and the scripture that was used was Luke 5:…

20/20 Vision

Once a year people set up annual appointments with a variety of doctors. While visiting the optometrist a person is hopeful that their vision would be rated as 20/20 vision. As we begin this new year of 2020, let us all be reminded of our purpose and vision for the upcoming days. “When Jesus had…

Day 40 – Sunday, November 10, 2019

Today’s thought is shared by Carren Marvin… PRAYING FOR MEMPHIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2019 THE GOD WHO SEES “You are a God of seeing,’ for she said, ‘Truly here I have seen him who looks after me” (Genesis 16:13) One of my favorite glimpses into the kindness of God comes when Isaac is a little…

Recent Sermons

AM Livestream Only – “The Time Had Come”

This morning we revisit an event that happened on a Sunday around this time of year, one that began a world-changing week, and one that leads us to our last few studies in the Gospel of Luke…

AM Livestream Only – Alone in the Wilderness

This morning is our first livestream-only service due to the nation’s health concerns. With people spending more time at home and social distancing right now, Matthew shares some thoughts on solitude, both the spiritual challenges and the opportunities…