Monthly Archive: April, 2018

The Lord is My Shepherd, He Guides Me

Do you like tour guides? Guides, often, can be very helpful when visiting someplace new or unfamiliar. Today we continue our series on Psalm 23 with Pastor Matt Moldstad as we dive into verse three.

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What’s Trending?

What’s trending? Who is Jesus? Today Pastor Kyle Madson talks about the Christian Creeds in our continuing series on church liturgy.

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The Lord is My Shepherd, He Restores Me

What was your best vacation like? Was it peaceful? Relaxing? Or was it extremely stressful? Today we focus on verse 2 of Psalm 23 as we focus on Jesus as our Good Shepherd. 🐑🐑🐑(Know someone who’s feeling a little stressed out? Remind them of God’s love for them, and/or invite them to church, so they too can feel refreshed and rejuvenated.)

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Happy Tax Day

Do you pay taxes? Do you know what the Bible says about taxes? Jesus actually talked about taxes. We join Pastor Tim Hartwig today to focus on the words from Jesus concerning taxes and what our attitude toward them should be.

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The Lord is My Shepherd, I Lack Nothing

What do you lack? Most of us can easily name one or two things we wish we had in our lives. In his next six devotions Pastor Matt Moldstad takes us through Psalm 23, the Good Shepherd Psalm. 🐑 Right in the first verse it says “I lack nothing.” Can this be true? Join us today to find out.

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God Loves a Cheerful Giver

Do you tithe? What is tithing? Today we join Pastor Matt Moldstad for a discussion on what God says about giving. (Spoiler alert: God Loves a cheerful giver!)

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Christ has Done Everything

Join Pastor Moldstad today for an illustration of what God has done for you. Thanks be to God for everything he has done!

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Crucifix or Empty Cross?

Which holiday is greater: Good Friday or Easter Sunday? Pastor Matt Moldstad has the answer and he shares it with you in today’s devotion.

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500 Witnesses

How many people would it take to convince you that something really happened? Five? Ten? 15? 20? A hundred? What about five hundred? A lot of people saw Jesus after he rose from the dead. Join us today, praising God for his mercy and love!

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40 Days

After Jesus was raised from the dead he spent 40 days teaching his disciples. Why did he do this? Today we join Pastor Hartwig as he talks about the importance of Jesus’ work after his resurection.

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