Sunday Messages Archive
Pastor Rich begins a 5-week series from the letter written by James, the brother of Jesus. This week, we looked at what James says about having a faith that is real, that changes the way we live.
(Message begins @ 9:56)
Pastor Rich helps us learn from Olympic athletes (and Scripture) how we can encourage, challenge, and help each other be all God created us to be.
(Message begins @ 7:32)
The six men and women serving as Living Hope’s church board offer answers to questions about generous giving and share their stories of God’s faithfulness.
(Message begins @ 6:34)
Pastor Rich speaks on the importance and examples of giving and trusting God to provide as we give our first 10%. Austin Schrock returns as a guest worship leader.
(Message begins @ 8:20)
How do we handle our finances in a God-honoring way? We look at what the Scriptures say about earning, giving, and saving money, as well as repaying debts and being content with what we have.
(Message begins @ 8:30)
Pastor Rich starts a 3-week series of messages on money by reminding us that it’s not really our stuff. It’s God’s stuff! We just get to play with it for a while before passing it along to someone else.
(Message begins @ 3:22)
Pastor Dave Bartley preaches on the life of prayer and the importance of praying for God’s Kingdom.
Message begins at 0:00
Pastor Rich speaks on getting out of our comfort zones to meet and dine with neighbors, family, and friends and experience the ministry of God’s Spirit between us.
(Message begins @ 5:49)
Pastor Rich preaches on living with a personal relationship with God and with people, not a private one.
(Message begins @ 9:18)
Pastor Rich speaks on getting into God’s Word regularly through listening, reading, studying, meditating, and memorizing Scripture. The service is concluded by a presentation highlighting the children’s Bible-quizzing program this past school year.
(Message begins @ 7:10)
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