Peace in a Chaotic World
We have experienced a lot of social turbulence in the last year. What will come next? Will it end? Will we ever get a moment of peace? The aim is to help us know that the peace of God is possible to experience even in our turbulent lives. Dennis Detweiler will share from various texts. As a place to start your thinking on this, read and meditate on Jesus' words in John 16:33.
Resurrection Sunday, 4/1/18
The resurrection is here!! The plan for our salvation and reconciliation to God comes to fruition as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. When we gather this Sunday, we will celebrate the most foolish plan ever devised for reconciliation. Wait, did you just read that correctly? We will read from Paul's first letter to the Corinthians and discover how God played the fool to restore us to himself. What else would we talk about when Easter falls on April 1??
To view Michael Card's video go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sklJ2vCgVtU
March 25, 2018
This Sunday's sermon will focus on the third of our congregation's action priorities, MAKING DISCIPLES. You might have heard of Jesus' Great Commission to us: go into all the world and make disciples of all nations. Isn't that what we are doing every Sunday morning? Actually, no. Disciple-making is a 24-7 process of helping others become like Jesus even as we become like Jesus. That makes it sound like a big job and it is. But just like FOLLOWING JESUS and CARING FOR PEOPLE, we do it TOGETHER. We will take a cue from Paul's second letter to Timothy, 2 Timothy 1:13 to 2:2 for some help!
March 18, 2018
March 11, 2018
What does it mean to follow Jesus, care for people, and make disciples? It means you are involving yourself in the action steps that define Perk Church. This week, Pastor Mike will begin a short series on who we are and what the Lord is doing through us here at Perk. In the kick off sermon, we will look at the ways we can answer Jesus’ call to “follow me.” It is more than just accepting that he is the Son of God! Let’s look together at following Jesus as he proclaims his kingdom being near.