God can and will use your giving to draw people closer to Him.
Week two in our "The Tour" series.
As we kick off "The Tour" we learn that our way to heaven cannot be bought, it must be accepted as the gracious gift that God has given to us.
Pastor Mike Sindelar from Valley Evangelical Free Church joins us for our first ever Pastor-Swap Sunday.
When we truly trust God with all of our hearts He takes care of all of our needs.
Emily Bemis discusses the importance of trusting God even when it means leaving our comfort zone.
Pat Laeger takes us through the first message in our "Trusting in God" series.
Jesus was the greatest forgiver who has ever lived and He was the greatest servant who has ever lived. He was also the greatest warrior who has ever lived. Listen and find out how loving like Jesus means fighting like Jesus.
What would our marriages, families, schools, and work places look like if we loved like Jesus loved and served those around us?
Jesus tells us to love as He loves. It's a radical love and a love of choice and action. The choice and action we are challenged with in this message is that of forgiving those who hurt us.
Ken Norman from Love INC shares what it means to Love in The Name of Christ.
Knowing God's will is directly affected by the depth and condition of your relationship with God. In this message, you will hear three essentials of knowing God's will.
Mutual submission out of reverence for Jesus leads to a better marriage.
Growing a deep relationship with God is not automatic. It takes intentional, frequent, and consistent time engaging with the Bible.
When you are thirsty for some real rest because life is just overwhelming leaving you worn out and tired, there are two facts about God that will help you. Pastor John reveals these two facts in "Thirsty for Some Real Rest".
God created you with a life purpose. That purpose is not found in your job or career. It is not found in the people surrounding you. Where is it found and what is it? Listen to Pastor John's message to find out.
What are you going to do about the resurrection? It actually happened. What are you going to do about Jesus? He really did rise from the dead.
Today is the beginning of a step of faith frr us as a church, and the best days of Meadow are still ahead.
When we put the little faith we have in the hands of a big God, He does powerful and extra-ordinary things with it.
Sometimes putting our faith in God and asking for something means he'll counter by asking us to do some work first. In this message, John Laeger continues to talk about the life of Elisha and the importance of doing our part and putting our faith into action.