Pastor Steve Hull and Emily Hull


In 1 Peter chapter 5, the devil is said to be prowling like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. For many of us, the beginning of our journey with God is also the beginning of a battle resisting the attack of the Devil. Before Peter talks about the devil he says cast all our anxiety on God. As we think together about how we are to trust in God when experiencing anxiety, we will hear from Emily Hull as she shares her personal experience of anxiety and faith.

Pastor Steve Hull


Matthew 5:43-48. Society has an idea of what the word perfect means, but what does Jesus mean when he says, be perfect as the father is perfect? Are we to take that statement literally?

Pastor Amy Schenkel


John 1:1-30 We enter the story of the woman at the well someone who was rejected over and over. Five times she trusted someone to care for her. Five times she trusted someone to protect her. Five times she was rejected and thrown out. This causes her to show up at the well in the afternoon – separated from the community. Now she meets a Jewish man at the well. Of all the times she had experienced rejection, she probably would have experienced rejection here too.

Pastor Steve Hull


Lamentations 1:1-9 Lamentations is a book which cries out to God regarding the destruction of Jerusalem. What was once a great city has been brought to ruins. The temple which represented the presence and promise of God was no more. Sometimes there are experiences in our own lives which surprise us. Sometimes things don’t go the way that we expected them to go. Even in these times, it’s OK not to be OK.

Pastor Steve Hull


John 20:19-29 We enter the story of the disciple who doubted and wanted proof. To a greater or lesser extent, we all have experienced times of questioning and doubt. God meets Thomas in his doubts and he meets us as well.

Pastor Steve Hull


Job 1:1-11 We enter the story with Job. A man who is blameless yet experiences heartache. The heartache he experiences might be similar to what you experience. Even amidst the difficulties and tragedies of life, God is there.