So, the other day I was driving into work when I noticed a cute, hairy, big, dog hanging out of the window of the car in the left lane. The dog’s large ears were flapping in the wind and his tongue was hanging out of his mouth. I was so focused on this cute dog … More Look at That…
In my years as a pastor, I have noticed how easy it is to talk to someone about what Jesus is doing in their life. But this week Pastor James reminded me that God leads a people into new lands. Not individuals, but His people! The bride of Christ has been in disunity over many things. But … More Jan. 24, 2016 Sermon Series: Crossroads
I don’t know about you but I love fresh fruit. No canned fruit for me. And if I can get something straight off the tree or bush all the better! Growing up in the Puyallup valley I ate my share of fresh blueberries, raspberries, apples, and blackberries. To this day I can smell and taste … More Fresh Fruit
The third sermon in his series “Crossroads” focuses on living a simple life. More importantly, finding a simplicity in Jesus brings true JOY. The religious spirit is always making life under God more complicated. It takes pride in what it has figures out that no one else knows. This is not the way God operates … More Jan. 17, 2016 Sermon Series Crossroads
As Pastor Jim continues this important series, this week is focused on HOPE! Not in vain hope but in the knowledge that GOD always triumphs. He said something that struck me right in the heart….that God’s ability to LEAD is greater than sins’ ability to DECEIVE!! Wow! How often do we feel a victim of … More Jan.10, 2016 Sermon Series Crossroads
This Word is so important for the Bride of Christ! So many people don’t give adequate importance to daily decisions. Every decision we make matters! Don’t take the risk of being blindsided. Pay attention. Pastor James says, in life, there is the “easy” way and then there is the way that produces abundant life. We … More Jan. 3, 2016 Sermon Series Crossroads
Well, Christmas and New Years is over and my house is back to normal. It felt good to take my tree and decorations down. But one thought still remains with me. The blessing of a gift! Personally I love giving gifts more than receiving them (sounds cliché’ but it’s true). I love to see the … More Should I Open It?