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Missed church on Sunday or just want to look back on some of the points from the sermon? Check out our Sermon Summaries

  • Daniel had a reputation as a man of prayer.   In Daniel 6 we learned that his peers and the leaders of the Mede-Persia empire, knowing that Daniel petitioned his God daily, tried to have him killed by decreeing a law against such acts.   In Daniel 9, nearing the end of his life, we hear one of these prayers to God. Join us this Sunday as we learn from Daniel how to pray to the God whom he described as “great and awesome!” 


  • Just as in Daniel's situation - we find ourselves with a lack of words and paralyzed by fear from the dangers we face in this broken and corrupt world. However, scripture tells us to find understanding and to bear witness of our indomitable hope in God.


  • After a crazy week, many of you may be asking the question: Who is in control?

    God is in control. As we've seen from the beginning of Daniel, the be in the hands of evil King Nebuchadnezzar is not to be out of the control of God. Despite the health circumstances around us, he has been perfecting his plan from the beginning of time. We can trust Him especially in the chaos of life.


  • In Daniel 5, we see that we can learn from the sin and folly of others, and that God gives us many chances to repent. Nebuchadnezzar’s later successor mocks God and faces immediate judgment and intervention.
     
    Are you living with an awareness of God’s judgment, and are you ready in every season to speak up about the character and holiness of God?
     


  • In Daniel 5, we see that we can learn from the sin and folly of others, and that God gives us many chances to repent. Nebuchadnezzar’s later successor mocks God and faces immediate judgment and intervention.
     
    Are you living with an awareness of God’s judgment, and are you ready in every season to speak up about the character and holiness of God?
     


Missed church on Sunday or just want to look back on some of the points from the sermon? Check out our Sermon Summaries