Worship Service - January 30, 2022


How do you feel when you come to a genealogy in your daily Bible reading?

They may not seem all that exciting to you. But obviously, the Bible thinks genealogies are important. After all, there sure are a lot of them.

But why?

Can a list of old names really benefit you?

This Sunday we are going to see the answer is "Yes!" by looking at Luke 3:23-38. In this genealogy, we find a key to understanding how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament. As we do, I am praying God will put the Son of God on display and your hearts will be filled with a deeper love for Him and a greater assurance that He truly is the salvation we are longing for.

Come ready! Come expectant! Come praying!



We have literally spent months talking about becoming a church who disciples. We’re beginning a new initiative in March called Transformation Groups to help us disciple one another. We’ve read a whole book together on discipleship. But maybe you are still thinking, I wonder what it would look like to sit down with someone and actually do this?

This Sunday during Equipping Hour I will try to give you one example of what 20 weeks of Transformation Groups could look like.

And oh, if you haven’t signed up for a transformation group yet, here’s a form to do so.


I’ve included some things in the sermon brief document that I think will help you and your children benefit from the message this Sunday. Check them out. Print out what’s helpful. Or perhaps you can come up with a better plan yourself. For the younger children this Sunday, you can have them listen for the word, “Adam.” To encourage them, my wife Marda will have some treats afterward.

Equipping Hour @ 9 AM

Sunday Morning Worship Service, 10:30 AM