Our current sermon series, entitled Four Days, is based on the account given in scripture of the death of Lazarus, who was a brother to Mary and Martha, and a personal friend to Jesus. When Jesus stood before that tomb and called Lazarus back to life, Lazarus had been dead and buried for four days. Those days were filled with things that show us more of what it means to believe, trust, and follow Jesus Christ. Together, we will learn some of those things over several weeks walking through the story provided in John 11.Read More
Service Saturday 2017 is in the books and it was a wonderful day of serving in various ways all around our community. The images above only represent one service project at the moment. More will be added as they are received. The day consisted of a large variety of services provided by a wide variety of people. Services were provided to individuals and organizations in our community, as well as at TBC to serve the needs of on-campus ministries.Read More
Everybody can sing.
Not everyone sings well, but everybody can sing. Some people don't like to sing. Some choose to limit their singing to private locations like the shower, or in the car. Some people sing beautifully and skillfully. Others have difficulty carrying a tune in a dump truck... let alone a bucket.Read More
During the Mountain Top sermon series we have been taking a thorough look at the story in the Bible of God's call for Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac as a burnt offering on Mount Moriah. This Sunday we take a closer look at verses 9-14.Read More
In part one of the Mountain Top Sermon Series I emphasized the importance of preparing to worship. Abraham, in Genesis 22, prepared for his worship experience on Mount Moriah by cutting firewood, gathering servants, packing the knife and fire source, and, of course, bringing Isaac. In addition, he had to make the journey from Beersheba to Moriah and make the climb up the mountain.Read More
This Sunday I begin a brand new series that explores the act of worship. The series is simply entitled, Mountain Top. Everyone loves a "mountain top" experience. We've all had them. Vacation Bible School, Youth Camp, church revivals, etc. Mountain top experiences are those moments that God is so real to you that you can almost literally feel His presence. God shows up and reveals Himself in ways that stir the soul and encourage the heart.Read More