In this study we learn the importance of having our position match our practice.
Pastor Waggoner discusses how focusing on Christ and not human activities and accomplishments will keep Jesus in every issue of our lives.
We learn what we can do to allow Jesus to deal with our voices of doubt.
Pastor Waggoner discusses what we must do to insure we are not pressed into the world’s mold.
We come to a greater understanding of why the resurrection is enough to authenticate the truth and to rearrange our lives.
In our Easter study we learn how and why the resurrection is all about Jesus.
In this study we learn how to understand the value of Christ in us.
Pastor Waggoner discusses our need to be reconciled to God and as we respond to His gift to us, we will worship our personal Savior.
In this study we learn why we should and how we can honor Christ in everything.
We need to realize that Christ is the plan, power and purpose for all things and that He is the point of it all, not us.
Pastor Waggoner discusses how our actions should reflect that Christ has solved our greatest problem.
In this study we come to understand that a connection to Christ requires submission to Christ.
Pastor Waggoner discusses our need to go back to the Gospel when we are searching for God’s provision in our lives.
In this study we learn how we can (and we should) invest in God’s family.
We all feel the need to “reboot” at some point. The new year is a great time to restore our connection to Christ as Pastor Waggoner leads us through this study in Colossians.
As we begin a New Year, Pastor Waggoner reminds us that as we mark the passage of time, we must also mark the place of God in our lives.
Part five of Beyond Bethlehem, a look at the names of Jesus
Part 4 of Beyond Bethlehem, Herod the great is set as the opposite of the King that God was sending into the world.
Part 3 of Beyond Bethlehem
As we go Beyond Bethlehem, we see what we can do to accept and appreciate the one true First Responder.
We begin this new series by reflecting on the question, if Jesus is in control of all things, shouldn’t He control us? Pastor Waggoner delves into the answer.
Here we learn to recognize in our own lives reasons to give thanks and how to live it out.
Instead of asking “What am I thankful for?” maybe we should ask to Whom am I thankful?
Pastor Waggoner teaches us how to break through the roadblocks to Thanksgiving so we can have this posture in our every day lives.
Pastor Waggoner discusses how thankfulness keeps us connected to our Creator.