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Share One Another's Burdens (Galatians 6:2) | VARIETY PACK 2024

Corey Huard

June 23, 2024

Today Pastor Corey Huard takes us through the biblical command to share one another's burdens. There are types of burdens we can help share with others such as emotional burdens, financial burdens, and grief and mourning.


Encourage One Another (Hebrews 3:13) | VARIETY PACK 2024

Joe Zizz

June 16, 2024

This year for Variety Pack we are teaching through the famous "One Another" commands of the New Testament. Joe Zizz takes us through a conversation on the importance of using our words to encourage others while we still can.


Admonish One Another (Col. 3:16) | VARIETY PACK 2024

Tim Duensing

June 9, 2024

This year for Variety Pack we are teaching through the famous "One Another" commands of the New Testament. Tim Duensing takes us through what it looks like to biblically admonish one another, as well as how to receive admonishment well if we are confronted by other believers to turn from our sin.


Life After Suffering (Job 42) | THOUGH HE SLAY ME

Jason Price

June 2, 2024

At the end of Job's suffering, scripture says he was blessed in the latter part of his life more than he was before. Does that mean we, too, will experience greater earthly blessings after our suffering? Unfortunately, no. However, for those who remain faithful to Jesus, we are promised that one day, our suffering too will end, and we too will be richly blessed beyond measure. Job got in this life what we are promised to get in the next.


God Answers to No One (Job 38-42) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

May 26, 2024

Many people will say, “I can’t wait to ask God why he ____________.” There is an expectation that God owes them an explanation. Job gets the opportunity so many people dream of, and it doesn’t go as he envisioned. When confronted about Job's suffering, God offers no explanation except: I am God.


What to Say (Job 32-37) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

May 19, 2024

A few weeks ago we learned what not to say from Job's three friends. Today a new voice jumps in, a young man named Elihu. He offers a different perspective on what to say to someone who has suffered greatly. Sometimes, in addition to encouragement and lament, there are hard things that need to be said in love and truth.


What about the wicked? (Job 24:1-25) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

May 12, 2024

The only thing worse than bad things happening to good people is when good things happen to bad people. Does it ever feel like the wicked are never punished? Like everything works out in their favor? Job made the same observation. Does that mean it’s better to be bad?


God is Powerful, but is He Good? (Job 9:1-35) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

May 5, 2024

As Job continues to sit in his suffering, he understands one thing for sure: God is all-powerful. There is no doubt in Job's mind that God is above him and can do anything he pleases and no one can stop him. However, there is one issue that Job seems to struggle with: Is God good? Does He care for the people He created? Does He listen to their cries? Is He willing to respond to their hurts? The answer to that for Job seems to be "no." At the end of this chapter, Job seems to think the solution would be a mediator in between him and God...


What Not to Say (Job 4:1-5:27) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

April 28, 2024

What do you say when someone is hurting? If Job's friends teach us anything, they teach us what not to say. In this text, we find the beginning of some age-old cliches that we need to stop saying to people who are hurting.


The Depression of Devastation (Job 3:1-26) | Though He Slay Me

Jason Price

April 21, 2024

Prolonged suffering is often devastating to our spiritual and emotional health. After weeks of suffering, Job questions why he was even born. What do we do when the pain of our suffering seems to outlast the perseverance of our faith?

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