What is discipleship? What is the aim of discipleship? And how is it done typically? Every Christian should be helping unbelievers become believers by showing them Christ; that is, making a disciple. And every Christian should be helping other believers grow to more and more maturity. That is making a disciple.
When Jesus quotes the law in Deuteronomy with “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”, he begins with heart. There is no way to prove that the order suggests a priority, but it does raise the…Details
Pastor Wimmer discusses the story of Jonah and his experiences and along the way he runs into trouble because of his disobedience. Jonah tried to run away from God in the opposite direction of Nineveh and headed by boat to Tarsish. God sent a great storm upon the ship and the men decided Jonah was…Details
Are you hearing God’s call? Can you hear when God is calling you personally to do something? Are you answering Him? Pastor Wimmer shares his call to ministry and the events leading up to his calling to do God’s work and gives examples on how you can also hone into how God is reaching out…Details
Today’s sermon was presented by visiting lay person Rob Bacon. Do you have a New Year’s resolution? Have you already broken it? Why do we set these resolutions up for ourselves to fail? Is there something else in our lives that needs improving? Is there someone else who has not given up on us and…Details
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your might. ~ Deut. 6:5 Jesus answered. “The first (commandment) is Hear, O Israel: the LORD our God, the Lord is one; you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your…Details
Sermon from the 12-23-17 church service. This lesson focuses on the message of bounty that we have in our culture today. Pastor Wimmer reads a story about a time in our history when having little or nothing doesn’t mean you can’t give during Christmas time. These stories explore giving and receiving as we near closer…Details
November and December bring us to what is often called the holiday season. Probably no time receives more attention than Thanksgiving and Christmas. Both are firmly rooted in American’s faith tradition, although both are celebrated beyond people of faith. Thanksgiving may be the purer of the two, in so far as it has not been…Details