NEED HOPE?

Tough circumstances are no match for the kind of inner strength fueled by hope.  It’s the difference between a situation destroying your future and a situation galvanizing your potential.  (Outline from 50 Days of Unleashing Hope from Hope Covenant Church, Chandler, AZ hopecov.com)

  • Introduction Video: “NEED HOPE?”
  • Sunday, Oct. 11:         Recharge Your Batteries
    Psalm 31:24               Pastor Mark    
  • Sunday, Oct. 18:         Raise Your Expectations
    1 Corinthians 13:13   Pastor Fred Cressman
  • Sunday, Oct. 25:         Refocus on the Future
    Philippians 3:13-14    Pastor Mark or Pastor Troy
  • Sunday, Nov. 1:           Play to Your Strengths
    1 Corinthians 12:11   Pastor Mark   
  • Sunday, Nov. 8:           Refuse To Go It Alone
    Ecclesiastes 4:9-10   Pastor Mark
  • Sunday, Nov. 15:        Replace Burnout with Balance
    Job 14:5                      Pastor Mark
  • Sunday, Nov. 22:        Play Great Defense
    1 Peter 1:13-16.         Pastor Mark or Pastor Troy

A NEW NORMAL: FINDING NEW RHYTHMS OF LIFE

This four-week series reminds us that God is with us in the disorienting, culture-shifting situations we find ourselves in, whether because of a global pandemic like COVID-19, a new life stage by choice, or a sudden change by chance.

TWISTED

In a world of texts, tweets, and memes, the Bible often gets reduced to an old book of inspirational quotes and wise sayings.  This series will help us sort out commonly misquoted verses and misunderstood passages to keep us from getting God’s Word twisted.

Truth Plus Love

(Based on the book by Matt Brown)

The stakes are high and the need is great for Christians to represent Jesus to the world.  Today, we have more influence than ever before—for better and for worse. Social media has provided a global megaphone, but it’s not enough to speak truth louder to a noisy culture.  To counter the negative reputation Christians have earned, our love must be just as loud. (Please click on the links below to view sermon)

Followership

Go to any bookstore and you will find dozens if not hundreds of leadership books.  In today’s world we seem to be consumed with pursuing leadership yet Jesus says, “Come and follow  me.”  And during this pandemic, we are all forced to follow yet, for many of us, this is becoming increasingly difficult.  So, how can we become better followers and could it be that the key to being a good leader is to be a great follower?

G.O.A.T.  (Greatest Of All Time)

Whether or not you’re a Christian, it’s hard to argue that any man has had a greater influence on history than Jesus.  Two thousand years after Jesus’ time on earth, we still talk about Him and what He did.  In this series we take a look at things that made Jesus the G.O.A.T.

  • Sunday, April 5 (Palm Sunday)
    The Greatest King 
  • Friday, April 10
    Good Friday Service
  • Sunday, April 12 (Easter)
    The Greatest Still 
  • Sunday, April 19
    The Greatest Teacher
  • Sunday, April 26
    The Greatest Sacrifice

Hope In The Midst of a Pandemic:

The COVID-19 pandemic is real and it will be impacting us for awhile.  How are we called to respond and live in a world that will be battling and struggling with this virus?  Where is God in the midst of this?

Living In A Messed Up World

Things in our world seem to be getting “messier” every day and it can lead us to wonder if there is anything we can do about it.  Thankfully, there is and that is what we are uncovering this winter at The Log Church as we take a journey through I Peter.

RE: Jesus

Isn’t it amazing how busy we get at Christmas time?  We have so many things that require our time and attention which can make it easy to forget what Christmas is really all about.  When you send or receive an email, many times the subject line will tell you what the email is regarding, (RE:).  So throughout the month of December the subject of our messages will be … RE: Jesus so that we do not lose focus on the One who is the reason for the season.

Living In Open Brokenness

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Let’s Get Real

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Letting Go

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Celebration of Life Services

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Saturday, July 18, 2020
Gerri Westlund  – Celebration of Life

Thursday, August 27, 2020
Bradly Bethke – Celebration of Life

Radical

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Dear Church…

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

Making Better Decisions

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

The Promise

We live in a world where everyone has a difficult time admitting weakness, failure, and especially brokenness.  The process of being “broken” does not mean that we are somehow separated from God — in fact, it is the opposite!  It is our brokenness that we are drawn to God and to each other.

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