David, portrait of a child
David was a described by God as a man after God's own heart, and yet his life included murder, adultery and deceit. How did he manage to maintain a close and deep relationship with God? And is that something we can accomplish in our own lives? Pastor Doss pulls four keys from David's life that contributed to his ability to maintain a heart that pleased God and shares how we can incorporate them into our own lives in this two part series.
Please be aware that due to technical difficulties we do not have the recording for part 1. However, you can read the sermon synopsis in our weekly newsletter, The Seed, linked below.
Epiphany - that moment when you finally "get" it and the light bulb clicks on. Today Pastor Doss shares with us the BIG thing that we may be lacking in our relationship with Jesus. What is this big thing? Prayer. A Barna survey discovered that while over 80% of adults say they pray weekly, only about 50% say they pray more than once a day. And with the average prayer being 5 minutes or less you have to question if we are truly understanding the importance of prayer. Hopefully today's sermon will spark an epiphany in your prayer life.
Let God Be God
Things start to fall apart and there is that part of you that wants to raise a fist towards God and cry out against Him, but you question if it is even allowed. Is it ever ok to be angry with God? And if so, under what circumstances? Today Pastor Doss answers this question and draws on several examples in the Bible to back up his assertion.
Often relegated to children's Sunday school classes, the story of Jonah tends to strike us a a cute fable without a lot of substance to it. After all, it only takes up a few pages in the Bible. However, Pastor Doss invites us to take a fresh look at it. Afterwards you may question whether you are looking out from the belly of a big fish as well!
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