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Service is one of the ways we demonstrate our love for God.  We don't serve out of obligation, but instead we serve because we have been served so well by God.  Jesus set the example.  Then he invited us into the action of service.


In this teaching series, we will examine the lives of people in the Bible to see how they were called to serve.  What was it about their call that captivated their attention that they would be willing to leave what they were doing and follow Jesus.  Our teaching takes us into the life of an Old Testament Prophet and by he  seaside in Galilee. 


Will you be the one to answer the call of God to serves?


Here are some links for further study:


The Bible Project - Isaiah, Messiah King

The Bible Project - Isaiah, Suffering King



Isaiah - "Here am I, Send Me"

Sunday, Aug. 11

Isaiah answered the call to be the one to take God's message to his people.  He was aided by a fresh vision of who God is, who he was, and who surrounded him.  Similarly, we are invited to answer God's call to serve in our church and our world.


Gifted to Serve

Sunday, Aug. 18

Pastor Mike delves into various Scriptures about serving in the church and discusses how we are all gifted to serve the church in different ways. Every part is vital. The bottom line is that the church is most powerful when everyone in the church functions as one. 

Be a Lifehouse Church

Sunday, Aug. 25

Our mission is to help our neighbors discover true life in Jesus.  We do this by finding life in meaningful worship, living life in authentic relationships and sharing life through community involvement.  We believe this to be the ONE mission of the church, but within that one mission, there are many actions.  This week Pastor Mike shared how we can use our talents to help the church reach that ONE mission.

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