Sermon Series: I Am a Church Member

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Pastor Amanda
Janurary 3, 2021

Is there a correlation between the decline of church attendance and the biblical understanding of church membership? Thom Rainer, the author of I am a Church Member, suggests that congregations across America have lost their biblical understanding of what it means to be the Family of God. […]

I Am a UNIFYING Church Member

Pastor Amanda
Janurary 10, 2021

“Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” These are the words of Jesus days before He left His disciples for the cross and days before this group of “little children” would start a revolution: the church! […]


Pastor Amanda
Janurary 17, 2021

Can you remember as a kid all those fun car rides with your siblings? How many of them ended in fights or arguments. There is a reason why they invented the minivan with all its spacious room. Although cars had not been invented yet, the lively conversation with siblings has always been a thing. […]

I Am a Church Member WHO IS PRAYERFUL

Bishop Dave Musser
January 24, 2021

Leading is hard. Following can be harder. For Christians, one act of following is praying for our leaders. Join us as Bishop Dave Musser takes time to explore the difficulties of leading and following as we attempt to uncover the benefits of praying for our leaders.

I Am a Church Member WHO LEADS MY FAMILY

Stuart Allen
January 31, 2021

The day to day activities of family life can bring with it the many joys and stresses to which we are all familiar. Join us as Stuart Allen takes a look at how family culture and traditions can create habits of faith. […]

I Am a Church Member WHO SEES THE GIFT

Pastor Amanda Rohrer
February 7, 2021

We have come to the end of our series—I am a Church Member—and I have saved the best for last! I hope that we have come to know that God’s idea of joining the Family is about serving and putting others first. […]