Have you ever thought about how some teachings of the Christian Faith… many teachings of the Christian Faith… seem unbelievable?  Like, they are just too good to be true?

Grace?... Salvation?... Forgiveness?

After all, nothing’s free, right?

These earth-shattering truths of Christian Faith are so beautiful and so good that these teachings could not have possibly come from us humans.  So, God sent His Spirit from heaven to earth to empower his children to believe that which would otherwise be totally… well, unbelievable – a faith that could only possibly come:

From the Top Down!

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We have entered the second half of the Church Year, the half that focuses on the teachings of the Christian faith. We will see that Christianity is very much a top-down faith. Christian teachings come “from the top down,” but not in the sense that those teachings are oppressively imposed on us. When we call Christianity a “top-down faith,” we mean that it tells us things about God that are so beautiful and good — teachings that couldn’t possibly have originated from human thinking. The Christian faith contains teachings that are so wonderful that we would never even believe them unless God himself revealed their truthfulness to us.

Join us for worship as we ponder these beautiful truths!

Service Times & Themes

Saturdays @ 6 PM
Sundays @ 8 & 11 AM

Saturday, May 25th & Sunday, May 26th
Only A Triune God Can Deliver What Only a Triune God Can Offer

Saturday, June 1st & Sunday, June 2nd
Rest Is a Gift, Not Something to Be Earned

Saturday, June 8th & Sunday, June 9th
The Devil Does His Worst, Yet Jesus Always Wins

Saturday, June 15th & Sunday, June 16th
From the Tiniest Seed Grows the Largest Kingdom

Saturday, June 22nd & Sunday, June 23rd
Our Gracious God Is with Us Through All the Storms Of Life

Saturday, June 29th & Sunday, June 30th
The Living Lord Completely Changes Our View of Death

“These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.”

John 20:31