Songs of Faith: I Love To Tell The Story


August 14, 2022

Scripture: Matthew 11:25-30

We may be tempted to think that our story starts on the day we were born. But even from a genealogical perspective, our stories go back as far as human history. We are each part of ancient stories of love, romance, and commitment, as well as tragedy, hurt and disappointment. Even bigger than the human stories we are a part of, we are also living into God’s story. The story of Jesus, his love for people and his work to come to earth, where he lived and died for us. God the Father is working to redeem the world through his love, we are just as much a part of that story as Jesus is. As we worship today let us be reminded of how deeply the story of Jesus is ours. Matthew 11:25-30 will help us come to Christ today.

Songs of Faith: All The Way My Savior Leads Me


August 7, 2022

Scripture: Philippians 3:7-14

Fanny Crosby is one of the most prolific hymn writers in the history of the church. You might not know her inspirational story, but you know many of her songs including To God Be the Glory and Blessed Assurance. Today we worship Christ Jesus with Philippians 3:7-14 and the music of Fanny guiding our way.

Songs of Faith: Highlands (Song of Ascent)


July 31, 2022

Scripture: Psalm 23

We continue to consider how songs written by faithful followers of Jesus are used by the Holy Spirit to teach, encourage, and sustain us in our walk with Christ. Today’s song will be new for some, Highlands (Song of Ascent), and Psalm 23 will be our guide as we worship.

Songs of Faith: It Is Well With My Soul


July 24, 2022

Scripture: Job 1:13-22

How do we come to the LORD in times when our need is great and the pain is overbearing? Too often we have roadblocks in our hearts that stop us from knowing how deeply Jesus is walking with us during difficult times. Throughout the scriptures, we see clearly that God welcomes our laments. For our Songs of Faith series, we look to two songs to guide us today, It is Well with My Soul and Blessed Be Your Name. Job 1:13-22 will also lead our hearts in worship.

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