May 19, 2019
Jesus gave us ONE message and ONE mission but HOW are we supposed to carry it out? Could it be we have more than one method? Do the method's change over time? Important questions to ask.
May 13, 2019
We were blessed to have Char Segebart with us for Mother's Day. Her husband Ben is the Connections Pastor at Indianola Community Church. They have 4 kids. Listen as Char shares her journey to be a mom and follow Jesus.
May 5, 2019
Jesus gave the church a mission. This mission has been followed by some and ignored by others. 15 years after Jesus gave it the church was drifting off mission. They needed course correction and be reminded of what the mission was. May we never forget the mission and choose to follow it.
April 29, 2019
Following the Resurrection was the birth of the Church. It is important to remember without the Resurrection there is no Church, no Christians, and no New Testament. The Church had a message on day 1 and still has the message today!!
April 21, 2019
When Jesus died the disciples left and scattered. Nobody expected No Body. So what happened that we celebrate Easter?
April 14, 2019
Contentment is not something that is easy to do in our world. Paul had to learn it and encourages us to do the same.
April 8, 2019
When you worry, what do you worry about? Is there another choice? A better choice? Paul could have worried about the church in Philippi but made a different choice. Find out what that is.
March 31, 2019
Too many people are uncertain about life after this life. We hope we are good enough. We hope we have done enough. What if our Resume needed only one word? What if we only need to be certain about one thing? What is that? Jesus!!! Paul realizes his resume is nothing and Jesus is everything. Do you realize that as well?
March 24, 2019
As we continue our journey into this letter, today Paul wants to make sure the church is making a difference. To make a difference you have to do things differently than everyone else. Are we?
March 17, 2019
Our primary filter for making decisions is "What's in it for me?" What if instead, we used what he had for the good of others before ourselves. That would change our church and change the world.