Date: September 30, 2018 Text: Matthew 5:14-16 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Is God evil, pathetic or a narcissist? Why does He want us to give Him glory?
Date: May 27,2018 Text: Matthew 18:21-35; Luke 18:9-14 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau A universal condition of our need to be forgiven and forgiving is answered at the cross.
Date: March 11, 2018 Text: James 1:2-4; Hebrews 12:7-11 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Through the lens of Christ we see and engage trials differently. Listen to be equipped and encouraged for today's and tomorrow's challenges.
Date: January 21, 2018 Text: John 15:1-11 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau A life that bears fruit is a life worth living and there is fullness of joy. But how does one get there?
Date: May 14, 2017 Text: Various Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Habitual sin often either bugs us, but not enough to do anything about it; or, we've given up thinking that it's impossible. Catherine shares from Scripture cost of habitual sin and the way to freedom.
Date: March 19, 2017 Text: Rev. 1:1-8; 22:6-21 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau We wrap up our study of Revelation and see the life altering words, "And behold, I am coming soon." What does that mean, because it's been almost 2,000 years!!
Date: February 12, 2017 Text: Rev. 20:1-10 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Many students of Scripture interpret this passage differently. Catherine explains the three main views (pre/post/a millennial) and what this text tells us about Jesus regardless of our understanding of God's timeline.
Rev. 11:1-13 / The imagery of Revelation illuminates and inspires the church to stand and be an active part of the Kingdom coming on Earth as it is in Heaven. What is that to look like? What are we to do?
Rev. 3:7-13 / After correcting a large church with a great reputation, Jesus sends a message to the little church in Philadelphia to keep up the good work. Jesus commends their faithfulness to the Word, His name, and their efforts in the city. Catherine asks the question, what can we learn from this church?
Rev. 2:1-7 / Catherine explains Jesus' words to the church in Ephesus and their significance to the church today. It is common for Christians and churches to experience times of dry spirituality even though that doesn't have to be the case. Jesus lays out the way to falling back in love with Him.