Current Sermon Series: Thoughts and Prayers

Whenever a tragedy strikes, national leaders will often announce that they are sending what has become a much-maligned offering of “thoughts and prayers.”  Many people not only question the sincerity of these offerings, but their effectiveness.  “Does prayer do anything?” “Does anyone hear?” In this series, we explore the amazing gift of prayer and why every circumstance – whether it is joyful or tragic – ought to be informed and formed by prayer.

Exodus

The Face (Week 12)

When Moses spoke with God, his face glowed. But that glow faded. We need a face that will not just temporarily shine on us, but eternally shine on us (Numbers 6:25).


Others in this Series

The Calf (Week 11) Series' The Calf (Week 11)

At the same time God is giving Moses a command to worship only Him as part…

The Presence (Week 10) Series' The Presence (Week 10)

God promises to be with His people, enthroned on the Ark of the Covenant.…

The Commandments (Week 9) Series' The Commandments (Week 9)

God gives His people Ten Commandments not to burden them, but to free them…

The Water (Week 8) Series' The Water (Week 8)

The Israelites just faced too much water as they stared down the Red Sea.…

The Provision (Week 7) Series' The Provision (Week 7)

God has provided for Israel through rescuing Israel from their slavery.…

The Sea (Week 6) Series' The Sea (Week 6)

No matter what obstacle we may face, God can make a way! When the Israelites…

The Passover (Week 5) Series' The Passover (Week 5)

God has judgment against sin, as is seen in His judgment of Egypt. But…

The Plagues (Week 4) Series' The Plagues (Week 4)

God reveals His glory to Egypt in a series of ten plagues, many of which…

The Oppression (Week 3) Series' The Oppression (Week 3)

When the Israelites are in Egypt, they are not only oppressed, they are…

The Bush (Week 2) Series' The Bush (Week 2)

After Moses grows up, God appears to him in a burning bush. God first…

The Birth (Week 1) Series' The Birth (Week 1)

The story of Moses’ birth is one that is fraught with peril. Yet, God…