Acts 2:1-13 records a turning point in human history: the day on which God the Holy Spirit was poured out on all followers of Jesus. We’ll see what some of the practical implications of this incredible event are for us today.
What do you do while you’re waiting on God’s next move? We dive into Acts 1:12-26 to get wisdom from God’s Word about how to wait productively.
How did Christianity go from a movement started by Jesus and a handful of disciples to over 2.3 billion people who identify as Christians today? We begin a new series through the Book of Acts, which shows just how this whole “Christianity” thing started.
Baptism is one of those weird traditions in church. And what makes it confusing is that it seems like every church does it just a little differently. What is baptism, why do we get baptized, and why does LakeView practice baptism the way we do?
Christians do weird things… like eating crackers and drinking juice in church. What is Communion and why do we do it? In this message we dig into Scripture to uncover a precious gemstone of the Christian faith.
We turn to Matthew 28:16-20 to assess the church’s mission and what God has next for LakeView.
In Proverbs 5:1-23 we find important principles for protecting our marriages in a sex-crazed society, and for living according to God’s plan even when it’s not easy or popular.
Proverbs (well, really the whole Bible) is a treasure trove of wisdom for life. It teaches us how God designed life to work. Let’s turn to Proverbs 3:1-12 to unpack it’s teaching in how we relate to God, which in turn changes everything else in our lives.
Proverbs 2 is a “wisdom poem” from the Old Testament that shows us just a few of the benefits that come from living by God’s wisdom.
Christmas Eve at LakeView Church. We finished up the Advent series by looking at John 1:1-14 to see what the Bible says about who Jesus is, and how we need to decide what we’re going to do with that claim.
Hope, love, joy, and peace. In this fourth Advent message, we turn to the Book of Philippians to find out how we can have the peace of God and the God of peace this Christmas.
“In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials” (1 Peter 1:6, NIV). How can the Bible say that we should rejoice in the middle of suffering?