This sermon series in the Old Testament book of Judges is new territory for our church! We hope and pray that God will use this series to strengthen our faith and direct our hearts into a fresh love and gratitude for our gracious Savior God.
A Miracle of Divine Mercyby Blaine Freidline | July 4, 2021
Anything short of complete obedience to God brings on His promise of righteous judgment. It is only by God initiating to offer mercy and grace that anyone can be delivered from His judgment.
Wandering Hearts, Wandering Tribeby Daniel Vanderhorst | June 27, 2021
Our series in the Old Testament book of Judges continues with a disturbing narrative of Israel’s radical rejection of the one true God. What profit or encouragement can come from so dismal a story? Listen, and worship our Sovereign King!
The Broken Victorby Johnny Vanderhorst | June 20, 2021
Samson reveals both the consequences of idolatry and folly, and the incredible grace and purpose of God that override them.
Selfish Powerby Mike Bergen | June 13, 2021
Samson was a classic superhero, but without the fruit of God’s Spirit. From his life we can learn valuable lessons about the tendencies of our selfish nature and also lessons about God, who is so involved in every aspect of our lives.
God of Wondersby John Vanderhorst | June 6, 2021
In the unexpected announcement of Samson’s birth, the LORD reveals Himself to be a “God of wonders.”
Gideon & Abimelechby Ken Swygard | May 23, 2021
Remember your God; do not forget what He has done for you. And, just as God rightly avenged Abimelech, remember that God will one day rightly avenge all the wrongdoing on this earth. It is His task. Leave that job to Him. We are to continue to love as He calls us to.
Victory Through Weaknessby Johnny Vanderhorst | May 16, 2021
Those who know their weakness are poised for victory through God’s Spirit.
Prepared for the Exploits of Godby Blaine Freidline | May 9, 2021
Gideon was close to and effective for God to the degree that he genuinely responded to God’s undeserved favor toward him. The same is true for you.
In Honor of Womenby Mike Bergen | May 2, 2021
In God’s economy, the people He uses to make a difference often don’t get much, if any, recognition in this world. This often happens with women. But I’m convinced that when we’re with the Lord, we’ll see the realities much more clearly.
Un-merry Merry-go-roundby John Vanderhorst | April 25, 2021
In today's passage we see the Israelites weeping over their sin and the misery that has resulted from it -- but do they change? Judges shows a cycle of apostasy, servitude, supplication and God's deliverance, one that we don't see a tidy resolution to by the end of the book.
The Unlikely Saviorby Johnny Vanderhorst | April 18, 2021
Today’s passage illustrates the recurring theme of the whole book of Judges: God saves an unworthy people through an unlikely judge.
Compromised Loveby Mike Bergen | April 11, 2021
Compromise about how much we hurt someone is never good. In Judges 1–2:5, the Lord God was teaching the people of Israel this lesson, but to what extent did they learn?