The Enduring Confession: "Jesus Christ is Lord" This Sunday, we're sharing from Colossians 1:15-18. It's the third sermon in the series, "New Season, Enduring Gospel". We’ve covered that the gospel bears fruit. And last week, we shared the goal of the gospel is transformed lives. This week, we will discover that at the core of the gospel is the confession of Christ as Lord. There is no hope, nor no salvation without it.
The Gospel that Transforms Lives This morning we'll spend time reflecting on the Gospel's impact on our lives. We worship a God who has called us and empowered us for a transformed life. In song, in prayers of confession, and in hearing His Word, we'll be led to consider the changes He desires in us. In Colossians 1:9-14, the Apostle Paul prays for changed lives for God's people. He directs us to hold
Celebrating a Fruitful Gospel This morning, we will celebrate the God who has called us by his grace to be his people. We will sing, pray and listen to God's Word together, giving thanks for the fruitfulness of the gospel in our midst. The message, from the new pastor Jim Renke, is from Colossians 1:3-8. It will encourage us to give thanks for what God has done in us and long for more! General
Installation Service for Pastor Jim Renke The Good Shepherd is faithful to send under-shepherds to love, feed, and care for His flock. Today, we celebrate God’s faithfulness as we install Jim Renke as our church’s new Senior Pastor. We’ll sing, pray, hear from Scripture, commission Jim, and celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Our outgoing interim pastor, Kenny, will preach a sermon from John 21:15-19 titled, “Passing the Crook." General Announcements New Series in Hour in the