Weekly Updates

Weekly Update 09/15/2020
September 16th, 2020
Sunday was such a special day! We had the Lord’s Supper in our weekend services for the first time since February....
Weekly Update 09/08/2020
September 8th, 2020
What a helpful and worshipful time we had on Sunday, as we sang, prayed, read, and listened to God’s Word together! Matt’s overview of Luke’s Gospel brought to my senses the amazing way that Gospel reveals Jesus Christ to us. We feasted on Jesus Christ as we listened, remembered, and worshiped. That message laid groundwork for our new expositional study through the Book of Acts, starting on Septem...
Weekly Update 09/01/2020
September 1st, 2020
What a fascinating time we’ve had throughout the summer in journeying through psalms of lament and hope!...
Weekly Update 08/25/2020
August 26th, 2020
Our final psalm in this series looks at Psalm 86. It’s somewhat different than most of the other laments we’ve considered in that it deals with what I’m calling, garden variety laments. There’s no national calamity at hand but the reality of what we face everyday. This psalm shows us how to navigate the inward and external struggles we face....
Weekly Update 08/18/2020
August 18th, 2020
Psalm 80 had some wonderful pointers to our Lord Jesus in this national lament. We realized that its ultimate answers centered in the work of Christ....
Weekly Update 08/11/2020
August 12th, 2020
Pastor Matt’s study in Psalm 77 this past weekend helped us focus on the necessity of remembering as a means of traversing the lament arch. We remember the Lord, His faithful ways, His works in past seasons, and cast ourselves upon Him as we do....
Weekly Update 08/04/2020
August 9th, 2020
I'm looking forward to opening up Psalm 77 this coming Sunday. This is one of the less obscure Psalms of Lament. And I think it is taught with more regularity because of the clarity with which it speaks to both the human experience and the vivid ways it speaks of God's deliverance....
Weekly Update 07/28/2020
July 28th, 2020
Psalm 60 takes on a corporate lament, making it particularly applicable to our present day dilemma. I hope that the reflections from this psalm will serve you and encourage you....
Weekly Update 07/21/2020
July 22nd, 2020
The passage we considered this past weekend, Psalm 38, staggered me as I meditated upon and studied it. This penitential lament hit right at the spot of our need in the battle with sin. I hope you found it helpful and something you can read or watch again to see the biblical pattern for walking through divine discipline....