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Giving Thanks Is Life Changing

Ash Lane United Methodist Church

Walk the Talk -- Episode 3 (3-17-2021)
Join Lee and Melissa Trigg for the latest episode of Walk the Talk.  Today the couple explores the challenges and power of a regular prayer life.  If you've ever struggled with prayer, this episode will be time well spent.
March 17, 2021
Portraits of Jesus -- Episode 3
Welcome back to our Lenten Bible Study, examining the unique picture each gospel writer paints of Jesus.  Today we will continue with our exploration of the Gospel of Matthew.
March 13, 2021
Portraits of Jesus -- Episode 2 -- 3.6.2021
Join Pastor Lee Trigg for Episode 2 of Portraits of Jesus, Ash Lane United Methodist Church's Lenten Bible study.  In this episode, we begin exploring Matthew's portrait of Jesus as the long-awaited Jewish Messiah.
March 4, 2021
Walk the Talk -- Episode 2 -- 3.3.2021
Join Lee & Melissa Trigg as they explore the biblical concept of Sabbath, why it is important and why we struggle so much to make it a reality.
March 3, 2021
Portraits of Jesus -- Episode 1 -- 2-27-2021
Welcome to Week 1 of our Lenten Bible Study, Portraits of Jesus, with Pastor Lee Trigg.
February 27, 2021
Walk the Talk -- Episode 1 -- 2-23-2021
Join Lee and Melissa Trigg as they explore the honest realities of making our faith in Jesus Christ a part of our daily lives.
February 22, 2021
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Join Pastor Lee Trigg of Ash Lane United Methodist Church in Euless, TX for the fourth Sunday of Advent.
December 21, 2020
All In -- We Pledge Our Lives
Join Pastor Lee Trigg of Ash Lane United Methodist Church in Euless, TX, as we explore what it means to commit our lives to the building of God's Kingdom.  Biblical text is Joshua 24:14-15.
November 9, 2020
We Pledge Our Service
What does it mean to serve in the church?  How is serving in the name of Jesus Christ different than all the other opportunities to help others?  Join Pastor Lee Trigg as we continue to explore stewardship through the lens of our membership vows.
October 28, 2020
We Pledge Our Gifts
Join Pastor Lee Trigg of Ash Lane United Methodist Church in Euless, TX as we explore what it means to pledge our gifts to the furtherance of the Kingdom of God.  Text is Luke 12:14-21.
October 19, 2020
For A Time Such As This
What can we learn from Esther's example of faith?  Perhaps that God has brought us to this point for a reason.
September 6, 2020
Remnant Blessing
Join Pastor Lee Trigg as we explore the Old Testament prophets' notion of a remnant people -- and how we are called to be that remnant today.
August 30, 2020
Making God a Priority
As we settle into our new normal, what does it look like to really make our relationship with God a priority in our lives?
August 23, 2020
Midweek Check-In -- Aug. 19, 2020
Join Pastor Lee Trigg for a midweek spiritual check-in.  Today we explore the nature of God's unending love.
August 19, 2020
We Believe in God, But Don't Share Our Faith
Pastor Lee Trigg's message from Aug. 16, 2020 exploring the real nature of evangelism.
August 16, 2020
Midweek Check-In -- Aug. 12, 2020
Join Pastor Lee Trigg for a midweek spiritual check-in.  Today we explore why God allows us to live in the midst of sin.
August 12, 2020
We Believe in God, but Pursue Hapiness at All Cost
Join Pastor Lee Trigg as we explore together the role of the church in tending the soil of our lives.
August 10, 2020
Midweek Check-In -- Aug. 5, 2020
Join Pastor Lee Trigg for a midweek spiritual check-up.  Today we explore how we experience God in the midst of struggle.
August 6, 2020
I believe in God, But Not The Church
Sermon by Rev. Lee Trigg for Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020.
August 2, 2020
I believe in God, But I Struggle With Prayer
Welcome to worship at Euless First United Methodist Church for Sunday, July 26, 2020.  Pastor Lee Trigg explores the intricacies and challenges of prayer for followers of Jesus Christ.
July 26, 2020
I Don't Think God Loves Me
Rev Lee Trigg    Sermon July 19,2020
July 21, 2020
Sermon 7.5.20
Rev. Lee Trigg
July 6, 2020
Worship 6.14.20
Norma Lively and Jimmy Payton share their memories and history of Euless First United Methodist Church.
June 17, 2020
Worship 6.7.20
This is Us: Episode One God's Love
June 10, 2020
Pentecost 2020
As followers of Jesus, we are partners with God in sharing the good news of Jesus. Paul says we are "ministers of reconciliation." Today we celebrate Pentecost, one of the high holy days of the church, and the giving of the Holy Spirit.
May 31, 2020
Transformation Sunday
What is the intersection of Ascension Sunday and Aldersgate Day? We are calling it Transformation Sunday! 
May 26, 2020
Senior Sunday
We take the opportunity of Senior Sunday to explore how we can reach people who feel "far from God," or even people who we feel are far from God. And, of course, to honor our graduating seniors.
May 18, 2020
Finding Comfort in Our Safe Place
Rev. Rachel Heyduck's final message as an Associate Pastor at Euless First United Methodist Church. For Mother's Day, Rev. Heyduck shares some insights on how to maintain and persevere during the pandemic, and how she draws insight for this from Acts 7 and John 14.
May 11, 2020
Preschool Appreciation Sunday
This year is the 50th anniversary of our church's preschool. We are blessed to be able to offer the preschool to our community, and are excited for the opportunities it has given and will give us to follow Jesus better today and in the future.
May 4, 2020
Repenting beyond religion
Christians in America (I don't know about the rest of the world) ues the word repent as though it is some high, holy word that is particular to the Christian faith. Or maybe to religion. It isn't. Repent means "Change your heart and life." Following Jesus includes changing one's heart and life. How has yours changed?  How does it still need to change?
April 27, 2020
Credible Witness
What's Next part 1: Credible Witness. Want to help others follow Jesus? What is one thing about your life that you could tell someone to show them that following Jesus is worthwhile?
April 20, 2020
Easter 2020
Thanks to the pandemic, we can maybe grasp a bit of the anxiety and uncertainty Mary, Mary, and the disciples likely felt that first Easter. Matthew tells us Mary  and Mary felt "fear and great excitement." May you feel the excitement of knowing the Risen Christ in the midst of whatever fear you have.
April 13, 2020
Palm Sunday: Giving Up Giving Up
Why were the people celebrating that first Palm Sunday? Because they didn't realize the path Jesus was actually on. Why do we celebrate today, in the midst of a pandemic? Because we don't know the path Jesus is on in our midst, either. Take a moment to experience joy today.
April 5, 2020
Giving Up Control
You never really had control anyway, why do we fight so hard to give up what we don't have?
March 30, 2020
For Good - We are giving up For Good
A friend recently tweeted, "I gave up sweets for Lent. I gave up Lent for coronavirus." This pandemic has changed all our lives. But it has not stopped, and nothing can stop, our mission of helping others follow Jesus better today than yesterday. We pray this message helps you!
March 23, 2020
What do you do when you are thirsty?
The sound quality isn't quite as good on this one as usual; this was our first live-streaming worship experience, and we pulled this from that!  Today's readings are Exodus 17:1-7 and John 4:5-15. What these have in common is water. Thirsty people. What do you do when you are thirsty? If you can get past literal, physical thirst, what do you do when your soul in thirsty? Do you grumble and complain? Do you reach out to God?  The good news for today is that God is faithful and good EVEN IF we grumble and complain!
March 16, 2020
What do you want to be when you grow up?
God has called you. God is calling you. God will call you. A God who calls is a God who is close enough for us to hear, close enough for us to feel God's breath. Like God's call of Abram in Genesis 12, God is calling you and me to be part of blessing all the families of the earth. How is God calling you? What is God calling you to do?
March 9, 2020
Much of American Christianity is cynical about sin. We don't believe, or act like we don't believe, in the transformative power of God in our lives, specifically over and about sin. Take this definition of sin from John Wesley, "sin is a  willful violation of a known law of God." Take this definition because this is the kind of sin you and I, with the loving support of our church families, can actually do something about!
March 2, 2020
Giving up for Good
Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, a season which many Christians observe by giving up something.  This year, we are focusing on "giving up for good;" whatever we give up, we do so because we want it to strengthen our connection with and deepen our experience of God.
February 27, 2020
Lost & Found
Have you ever lost something? Ever felt lost? We want you to know that God is always looking for the lost. Walk with us through the parable of the Prodigal Son. 
February 24, 2020
Jesus and the Law
Christians may be tempted just to ignore the Old Testament, or set it aside. Jesus didn't do so; in fact, he said in Matthew he came to fulfill the law. What does that mean?  What does it look like for us? Take a listen.
February 17, 2020
I am a sheep
Psalm 23 is one of the most widely recognized sections of scripture. Let's think about it together, and see what life and encouragement it offers.
February 10, 2020
It's Rocky
Rev. Rachel Heyduck preaches this morning, answering the question, "How is your relationship with the Bible?"  This message includes a helpful and interesting illustration for how to read and interpret the parts of the Bible that you feel give you the most trouble.
February 3, 2020
Are you sure that's in the Bible?
Turn with me to Acts 8:37. Oh, wait - Help! There are verses missing from my Bible! In a Christian subculture that tries to maintain that the Bible we have now is exactly the Bible that believers have always had, how do we deal with textual variations?  Easy: we accept that we have the Bible God wants us to have, and we apply the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. The Quadrilateral is Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience. Scripture is primary, but we cannot access scripture without the other three. United Methodists trust God and one another so that through tradition, reason, and experience, we can read the Bible faithfully and find there everything necessary for salvation.
January 27, 2020
Reading Scripture about Reading Scripture, part 3
How is your relationship with the Bible? For the 3rd week in a row, we have read scriptures about people reading scriptures. First, Jesus, then King Josiah, and now this week, an Ethiopian Eunuch. Don't know what a eunuch is? Go ask your dad. What each of these people find in scripture is that God offers hope, freedom, and inclusion rather than condemnation, oppression, and exclusion.
January 21, 2020
What is the Bible?
The Bible we use is the Bible we inherited from our parents, our parent's parents, and our parent's parent's parents. The Bible we use is NOT the collection of writings Jesus knew as sacred scripture or even the collection that all Christians everywhere agree are the one and only sacred scripture. So, then, what is the Bible?  United Methodists believe the Bible contains and/or reveals all things necessary for our salvation.  May the Bible offer you with what you need for salvation!
January 13, 2020
How Jesus Read the Bible
We start our "Focus on the Bible" series with Luke 4:14-30, a splendid example of how Jesus read the Bible. Jesus was offered the Isaiah scroll, and choose to read from what we know as chapters 61 and 58. This reading refers trained listeners to Leviticus 15 and Deuteronomy  25 which meant really, really good and exciting news to God's people.
January 6, 2020
After: ending 2019 right
What did you do after you were born? Everything. Everything you have done you did after you were born.  As we draw 2019 to a close, you are invited to consider how you are going to live your life AFTER 2019. Leave behind what you need to leave behind. Bring forward what you need to bring forward. In the midst of it all, remember God is faithful.
December 30, 2019
Christmas Eve: the Advent of Light
I thought about learning physics to prepare this Christmas Eve message, but then I remembered why I never took Physics in the first place. Instead, think with me about the value of light, the difference it makes to you and me, and how what we all know about light sheds light on the Incarnation, on Emmanuel, or God with Us, or, what God did and we celebrate on Christmas.
December 30, 2019
Joseph did you know?
Mary plays a much larger role in the Christmas story than Joseph, and for good reason. But this Sunday's lectionary Gospel reading is about Joseph. So, let's take a moment and learn what we can from Joseph about following Jesus. Joseph displayed great trust and character. Imagine what a difference we might make in the world if we, followers of Jesus, behaved with the kind of trust Joseph displayed!
December 23, 2019
Let Your Light Shine
Jesus said both "I am the light of the world" (In John 12) and "You are the light of the world" (in Matthew 5). In Matthew 5, after telling his listeners they are the light of the world, he tells them to let their light shine.  We believe Jesus tells us to let our lights shine. There were no floodlights in Jesus' day, and he clearly meant our lights to help light the way, not to blind others. Let your light shine in ways that light the path for others!
December 9, 2019
Pay Attention to the Light!
If Jesus had spoken his words we find in Matthew 24 today, he very well might have mentioned the Zombie Apocalypse.  He didn't but, like some post-apocalyptic literature and media today, Jesus spoke those words to offer hope. Jesus offered then and offers now the light of hope in the darkness. Can you see light, even if only a sliver, from the darkness of your world?
December 2, 2019
Getting Perspective on Giving Thanks
Have you ever had the experience of seeing something from someone else's perspective? There may not be much difference. I'm the only one in my family who can see on top of the refrigerator without a stool. Of course, perspective is not only what we see with our eyes. Thanksgiving is the same way! Learning to give thanks for God's faithfulness rather than results is life giving!
November 25, 2019
Giving Thanks Makes Things New
This week our Lay Leader Alan Moffatt fills in and invites us to think about, and practice, actually giving thanks. Being thankful is good, and good for you, but actually actively giving thanks is even better!
November 18, 2019
You can be Right or Thankful
According to Torah, a man whose brother dies married but childless is to marry the widow and provide a child to the brother's lineage. What happens if there are 7 brothers and all die before a child is born? To whom is the 7X widow married in eternity? This is a question brought to Jesus. The motivation of the question, though, was to trick or trap Jesus. It's like they thought they could outwit Jesus. Most of us have wanted to prove ourselves right to God, but today we invite you to consider, as Thanksgiving approaches, that maybe you can either be right or thankful. And you know you cannot always be right, right?
November 11, 2019
Giving Thanks Is Life Changing
First in our "In Everything Give Thanks" series, we face the challenge of learning to give thanks IN all things rather than FOR all things. We trade in our desire or expectation to know and understand everything learning to trust in God's faithfulness to be with us.
November 4, 2019
Concluding our Upon This Rock Series, we present Josiah, King of Judah and Peter and John. Josiah attempted to restore God's people to their former faithfulness after the Instruction Scroll was found in the Temple. Peter and John didn't have the gold a beggar requested, but they gave him what they had - the healing power of Jesus! God is generous and invites us to live generously as well. 
October 28, 2019
"Give thanks in every situation," the bible says. It's not always easy. Giving thanks is good for us, but only if and when we give thanks out of genuine gratitude, not for being shamed into it. Stewardship starts with thanksgiving; with the recognition of all the ways God has blessed us, and our expressions of gratitude in return.
October 21, 2019
How do you make sense out of the story in Genesis 31 where Jacob and his father-in-law Laban part ways sharing a trust in God but without trusting each other? But considering Peter's confession of Jesus as the Messiah. Witnessing helps us move part pettiness and toward following Jesus a bit better today than yesterday.
October 15, 2019
Bonus! World Communion Sunday
A brief reflection on symbols of power and communion
October 15, 2019
We start our annual stewardship series with "Remember," looking back at Jacob's dream of the stairway to heaven and Jesus' call of Peter.
October 8, 2019
Whose Neighbor Am I?
Concluding our Love Where You Are: The Art of Neighboring Series brings us back to the  story of the Good Samaritan. Jesus "flipped the script" on the legal expert, and how Jesus flips the script on us.
September 30, 2019
Our Invisible Neighbors
We have to see our neighbors to love them. Who are the people around you that you most easily overlook or see right through?  Who blends into the background? Even these are our neighbors. And followers of Jesus are commanded to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. 
September 23, 2019
What does it mean to LOVE my neighbor?
In the first 4 sermons of this series, we focused on various answers to the "who is my neighbor" question. Today we look at what it means to love our neighbors as we love ourselves.
September 16, 2019
Love Where You Are
Some of us want to be or live or worship someplace beside where we are. Sometimes this is because we feel out of control or unappreciated. The world around us doesn't seem to value what we believe God calls us to value. Into this situation, the prophet Jeremiah speaks, and tells us to "Promote the welfare of the city where God has sent us into exile." The hardest part of this for American Christians is recognizing that we live in exile - in a place we don't control. God doesn't call us to control, though, but to trust God, and promote the welfare of the place where we are.
September 9, 2019
Do I have to be a neighbor?
If you are a follower of Jesus you have no choice but to be a neighbor to others. To everyone. The bible teaches that God's people are commanded to "love your neighbor as you love yourself."  As a result, people ever since have been choosing who they have to consider a "neighbor." Jesus loves your neighbor as much as Jesus loves you, so do the same! Jesus' story in Luke 18 offers an awesome twist, convicting us when we try to decide that some people just don't count as "neighbor." Hint: they ALL count!
September 3, 2019
Have you met MY neighbor?
Some neighbors are harder to love than others. For some people, we are the hard to love neighbors!  Followers of Jesus don't just love the easy-to-love neighbors, though.
August 30, 2019
Who Is My Neighbor?
A 'legal expert' asked Jesus "Who is my neighbor?" trying to catch him saying something wrong. Jesus answered with the story we know as the Good Samaritan. Jesus taught 2 things with this story: that your 'neighbor' may not be who you think it is and that his followers view everyone as their neighbor.  Go and do likewise. These images may be helpful as you listen.
August 19, 2019
Hymn of Promise
Rachel Heyduck preaches on how one of her favorite hymns, Hymn of Promise, gives her hope and assurance in challenging times of life. 
August 13, 2019
Where is the love?
I quoted the Black Eyed Peas' "Where is the love?" on social media a few years back, and instantly received replies from people offering encouragement.  I wasn't depressed; I was empathizing with the message of the song. On this Sunday morning when we worship less than 24 hours after 2 separate mass shootings.  Our response as Christians to "where is the love?" is "Right here!"  Then we show others the love Jesus has shown us.
August 5, 2019
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
A little of the story of why I burned all my secular music as a teen, and how I have learned to tell that story now. Mostly, how I have learned to interpret this phase of my life in terms of some truth offered by Sam Shoemaker.
July 29, 2019
Music Is Sacred
Music is as old as human civilization. Maybe older, depending on how you define civilization. Like God created us in God's own image, there is goodness, evidence of God, in music - not just religious music. Music itself is sacred.
July 29, 2019
Why Me, Lord?
Jim Van Rite is our guest preacher this week, and shares the story of 2 songs, "Why Me, Lord?" and "One Day at a Time," and how their intersection offers us all hope.
July 23, 2019
The Songs We Sing for Joy to the World
Joy not based in understanding. We sing Joy to the World - the hymn and the version we all know from 3 Dog Night - for the way we feel more than for the lyrics.  God's love for us is not dependent on our understanding. A God we could wrap our minds around wouldn't be much of a God! Sing for joy. Sing with joy! 
July 22, 2019
The Songs We Sing about Mr Jones
How does the song "Mr. Jones" help us follow Jesus?  Here's how.
July 15, 2019
The Songs We Sing the Comfort they Give
Some of our most-loved songs are sings often sung at funerals. Why are music and singing important for helping us face death?
June 24, 2019
The Songs We Sing; the Amazing Grace we live
We open our "The Songs We Sing" summer series with a message about one of the most popular hymns ever written. Amazing Grace was written in 1772 by John Newton. At the time he was an Anglican Priest, but he had served for years on slave ships.  He didn't renounce the slave trade until 1788. What does that say about God's amazing grace?  Give a listen!
June 17, 2019
Rise Holy Spirit
We conclude our "Rise" series on Pentecost, with a message about the Holy Spirit and God's power showing up in our lives.
June 9, 2019
Rise Now
You get what you incentivize. Listen to this account of John 11 - the story in which Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. Hint: Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead isn't the most significant part of the story
June 2, 2019
Rise Nimble
Rahab lived inside the wall - IN the wall of the city of Jericho. This put her in a perfect place to maximize her availability to do what she did, and also to be available to help the spies Joshua sent. Like Rahab, we can learn to live nimbly so that whatever we find in our lives or around us can be part of our being available to God.
May 28, 2019
Rise Above Expectationa
May 19th was Senior Sunday, so, in honor of our seniors, this week's episode of the Rise series is about rising above expectations. What can we learn from Ignaz Bosendorfer, Keith Jarrett, Vera Brandes, Philip, and the Ethiopian Eunuch. Listen and find out!
May 20, 2019
Rise Faithful
Thanks to the resurrection of Jesus, God's utter defeat of death, we can live lives that rise above the everyday. This week, we learn about faithfulness from the Book of Ruth and from a local Subway that practices faithfulness.
May 13, 2019
Rise Together
"We shouldn't create problems for Gentiles who turn to God," said the Apostle James in Acts chapter 15. This is a good starting place for us, as Christians, to think about how we treat other people. We shouldn't create problems for people who turn to God. How do we raise our awareness of the things we do that might be creating problems for others? By spending time together and with those in the culture around us. 
May 13, 2019
Rise above Comparison
Jacob is an example for us; sometimes a good example, sometimes a bad one. Jacob shows a different side when he meets up with Esau after so many years away. I believe Jacob is able to present himself to his brother this way because, through good and bad, Jacob has learned how to find his identity in God. Jesus might have called this abiding or remaining in him, as in John 15. 
April 28, 2019
I Will Rise
Jesus rose from the dead to defeat death. God's defeat of death doesn't just mean "getting to go to heaven when you die," but also that fear of death, and thus all fear, has been conquered. We can live risen lives now!  Let's get started!
April 25, 2019
I Will Follow
This is the 6th sermon in our Lenten Series, "I Will."  This is also Palm Sunday, so our topic is "I Will Follow." Following Jesus is what we are all about at Euless First United Methodist Church, so, on Palm Sunday, we ask, "If Jesus sent you into town for a colt, would you go?"  Following sounds so simple, so straightforward, but most of us don't find actually following Jesus quite that easy. And yet, we refuse to let that stop us.
April 16, 2019
I Will Give
"Giving" is one of our core values at Euless First United Methodist Church. We give because God has so generously given to us! We take very seriously Jesus' words that "Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."
April 8, 2019
I Will Reach
Our Core Values Are Worship, Grow, Serve, Reach, and Give. During the season of Lent, we are preaching through these. This week: I Will Reach. God has reached to us, and has reached us!  Because God has reached to us, we reach out to others, to connect with them, to help them know and live in the good news of Jesus Christ that God has reached to us!
April 1, 2019
I Will Serve
Our Church's core values are worship, grow, serve, reach, and give. This week's message is "I Will Serve." We understand following Jesus to include, even require, that we serve others. Our motivation for serving others is that God has blessed us. In fact, we remember that "we were once slaves in Egypt," but that God has delivered us, and called us to be the kind of people who care for, or serve, others.
March 25, 2019
I will grow and help others grow in Christ
2nd in our "I WIll" series, today we read 1 Peter 2:1-10. This message is about growth as individuals and as a church.
March 17, 2019
Vision - Ash Wednesday
Ash Wednesday's message is an introduction or pre-launch for our Lenten Sermon Series, "I Will."
March 11, 2019
I Will Worship
First message in our Lenten series which is also our capital campaign series. The first and most important of Euless First United Methodist Church's core values is worship, so we start with worship. What is worship, and why is it important? Scriptures: Isaiah 6:1-8, John 4:13-24.
March 11, 2019
A Heaping Dose of Self Control
We conclude the "Reboot" series with the final Fruit of the Spirit, self-control. This sermon suggests that self-control is the summation of the previous 8: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, and gentleness. Self-control reminds us that, over time, "we fail in new and exciting ways" instead of just the same old ways.
March 11, 2019
Living with Gentleness
Sermon number 8 in the 8 week Reboot Series. This series is intended to be a fresh look at the Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. This is not exhaustive or definitive, but we hope you find the perspective on each of the fruit helpful to your walk with Jesus.
March 4, 2019
Never Failed Me Yet
Reverend Beverly Springer on Faithfulness, number 7 of 9 in Paul's list of Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23
February 28, 2019
Your Irrational Advocate - Goodness
6th message in the Reboot series, a fresh look at the Fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23
February 25, 2019
Are you nice or kind?
Kindness is a Fruit of the Spirit; niceness is not. What's the difference?
February 20, 2019
Patience: I'm out of control and I think I like it
What does Jesus' experience praying and having his disciples fall asleep teach us about patience?
February 7, 2019
Peace is better than understanding
How do you find or make peace in your life?  Can you be a less-anxious presence for others, or maybe even a non-anxious presence for others?
February 7, 2019
How to experience joy
second in a series about the Fruit of the Spirit titled "Reboot."
February 7, 2019
Love needs a reboot
God's people are commanded to love. How can we love God, love our neighbors, and love ourselves better than we are doing right now?
January 15, 2019
Attributes of God: Eternal
just trying out Anchor for posting sermons as podcasts
November 27, 2018