Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany on September 24, 1517 and launched the Protestant Reformation. His Bible-based teaching brought a new understanding of the justifying grace of God through the person and work of Jesus Christ. He emphasized the spiritual authority of Scripture. Sadly, the Reformation is connected to the persecution of Jews and Anabaptists.

Romans 9-11 will enhance our understanding of God and his plan for the ages. It will give us greater confidence in the gospel as we share it with others. It will clarify God’s role and ours in the plan of salvation. Worship the God of expanding grace!

A Study of Romans 5-8 –  Find assurance and security in Jesus Christ

“Secure in His Love” Pastor Randy Scheil – April 2, 2017

“Future Hope” Pastor Robin Tyner – March 26, 2017

“Infinite Freedom” Pastor Keith Knight – March 19, 2017

“The Law in My Heart” Pastor Keith Knight – March 12, 2017

“The Law on My Wall” Pastor Randy Scheil – March 5, 2017

“A Destructive Marriage” Pastor Jason Poling – February 26, 2017

“Forgiven and Free” Pastor Randy Scheil – February 19, 2017

“Overcoming Temptation” Pastor Randy Scheil – February 12, 2017

“Defining Decisions” Pastor Keith Knight – February 5, 2017

“How to Find Peace” Pastor Randy Scheil – January 29, 2017

A Study of Romans 1-7 – Finding Your Identity in Christ

“Why We Can Trust God” Pastor Robin Tyner – December 4, 2016

“Where Love and Justice Meet” Pastor Randy Scheil – November 27, 2016

“Am I Good Enough For Heaven?” Pastor Randy Scheil – November 20, 2016

“Human Doing or Human Being?” Pastor Randy Scheil – November 13, 2016

“A Motion of No Confidence” Pastor Keith Knight – November 6, 2016

“Is God Kind?” Pastor Randy Scheil – October 30, 2016

“Is God Angry?” Pastor Randy Scheil – October 23, 2016

“Can People Really Change?” Pastor Randy Scheil – October 10, 2016

“One Holy Passion” Pastor Randy Scheil – October 2, 2016

“Good News For Everyone!” Pastor Randy Scheil – September 25, 2016

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