Tag: anxiety

Cracked Cisterns

Is your life full of God’s living water or leaking out through the cracks? It’s easy to get off track and worship the wrong things. We all do it.

From Madness to Stillness

Satan will tell you what you want to hear, but God can change your life no matter what kind of train wreck it is.


What do you do with all the crazy in your life? Join us Sunday at 10 in the sanctuary or Wednesday at noon online for an amazing story of healing and hope.

Disturbing the City

Being a disciple is tough. Difficult days and evil are at hand. But, God is always there right beside you.

Get up!

God is calling us to be witnesses. Listen. Pray. Then, get up and tell someone the good news that Jesus Christ is in your life and your faith is alive.

An Opportune Time

We’ve all been tempted. We’ve all made mistakes. Our challenge is to love each other and move forward in grace.

What happens when you die?

You’re not the first to ask this question. Paul had to explain it to the first century Christians, and now Pastor Tommy Earl explains it to us. Hear the good news Sunday at 10 in the sanctuary or Wednesday at noon online.

Remember who you are

A dysfunctional church is nothing new. Pastor Tommy Earl shares some good advice Paul gave the Corinthian church when they forgot who they were called to be. His full message will be posted here Wednesday at noon, but here’s a sneak peek.

I’m afraid of change

We organize our lives around our kids, our jobs, our marriage. But when those things change, it can be scary. Changes can seem like giant mountains to us in times like these. Nothing feels safe.

I feel discouraged

Discouragement is tough. We might even say that any true follower of Christ must eventually face AND overcome discouragement. There are times when it feels like Jesus is nowhere to be found. We need to see that we are not alone. Discouragement means we… Continue Reading “I feel discouraged”