Episode 31: Fueling our Faith and Worship

“One final encouragement – some of you feel stuck.. stuck in your anger… stuck in your worry… stuck in your fear… and in our counseling ministry we have seen different reasons for this – but one very common one is too much time fueling their idolatry and sin, and not enough time fueling their love […]

Episode 16: Worshiping Christ on the Way to Easter

“I believe that one good thing that is coming out of the COVID-19 crisis is that people are reconsidering what is truly important in life and this includes questions about God and what happens after we die. How can you be faithful in sharing Christ? What about generously helping families who are struggling financially? If […]

The Church (Part 2): A Singing Community

Two reasons why Lighthouse should be a singing community: 1. Sing! Because God commands you to! Why singing? Singing allows for a fuller expression of our worship Singing helps us remember God’s Word How then shall we sing? Sing corporately Sing joyfully Sing loudly Sing humbly Sing thankfully 2. Sing! Because God has revealed himself […]

Portraits of Worship in the Church (Acts 4:32-5:11)

Key Idea: God cares about how we worship in the church. Two portraits of the church that instruct our worship: I. Portrait 1: We worship in unity and in mission (4:32-37) II. Portrait 2: We worship by honest financial giving (5:1-11)

Life Together (Ephesians 5:21, Acts 2:42-27)

A special message as we welcome our incoming class of 6th graders to our Sunday worship services. A Selfless Community (Ephesians 5:21) Two characteristics of mutual submission and service Submission is for everyone Submission is redefined Sunday Mornings (Acts 2:42-47) Three directions to focus during Sunday worship services Up In Out  

The Heart of Reconciliation (Colossians 1:18-23)

Through reconciliation we have everything we need to faithfully exalt Christ. The eternal hope of reconciliation: Christ will exalted in all creation The daily joy of reconciliation: Christ can be exalted in all my life.