Sunday, April 19: The Leverage of Love (Livestream)

A month before we found ourselves in this unusual shut down, I announced to our communications director this spring sermon series. Little did I know how authentic that would be. What if God did have other plans? How do we

When Life’s Not Fair, Turn to Prayer

We’re on a detour during this time of pandemic. But we mustn’t feel discouraged, says Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson. Listen to words from Paul in Philippians 3:10-14 and then learn five short prayers to say each day.

The Middle – Post 3

As a pastor, I get the privilege of officiating at weddings. It is such a joy to be a part of a wedding ceremony, especially if I have a relationship with the couple. In the opening of the ceremony, it

April 12, 2020: Easter Sunday (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

Holy Week Is Upon Us

Pastor Kip walks us through the final week of Jesus’ life on earth. During his trials, Jesus’ friends abandoned him, yet he laid down his life for them. What can we learn about friendship? Why is friendship more important now than

The Middle – Post 2

We have all been in “The Middle” of something, where one way of living has ended and another way has just begun. However, it is rare that we are all in “The Middle” together like we are now with the COVID-19

Don’t Worry. God’s Got This.

Feeling worried? Anxious? Jesus has a prescription for worry. Hear these words from Matthew 6:25 and then consider five takeaways from Pastor Kip. You’ve Asked: How Do I Give My Weekly Offering? Now that the church office is closed, the

April 5, 2020: Sixth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is

The Middle – Post 1

We are currently living in the middle of life before COVID-19 and life after COVID-19. One way of viewing our world has ended and another way of viewing the world is still in process.  During the next five weeks, I

March 29, 2020: Fifth Sunday in Lent (Livestream)

Last words are always important, but surely there can be no last words as significant as those of Jesus on the cross. In these final cries, the humanity and holiness of Christ are there for all to see. This is