On this Transfiguration Sunday, we discuss the many mysteries about God, and how we are transformed when we encounter God.
From our 9:00 service, we discuss how the decisions we make form us into who we are. We note that our "training" builds our character and ethics.
Today we discuss the character of God that is lived out through us. Although we might be ordinary, together with God, we can do extraordinary things.
We conclude our "Why?" series today by examining why God doesn't remove the chaos in our lives and leaves things up to us.
From our 9:00 service, we continue with our "Why?" series. This morning, we ask the question about the purpose of our being here.
We continue with our "Why?" series. Today we ask the second of four tough questions. Note: There are a few audio glitches, and you can actually hear the outside wind in the video! It was a cold and blustery day today in western NC!
We start our "Why?" series today, where we will ask some tough questions to God and about God. This morning, we tackle the topic of why bad things happen if God is good.
Today, we discuss the "mystery" story which God has revealed to us. This story has been "tattooed" upon us and is revealed in our daily lives. What tattoos (our decisions and actions) do the world see? What do these words reveal about ourselves to others?
We reflect on the June mission trip to Honduras, and how this is one way of telling The Christmas Story...all year long.
Advent Series :: Waiting for the God Of...
Following SPUMC's Christmas Cantata, we reflect on on how God invites us to know the heart of the Christmas story...which is the very heart of the God who is close to us.
This is the last installment in our "Waiting for the God Of..." series.NOTE :: The audio quality improves around the 3:30 mark. Thanks for bearing with us.
Blue Ridge District Church Vitality Associate, Rev. Rob Parsons, speaks about the God who brings us new life.
This is the third installment of our "Waiting for the God Of..." series.