When Life Goes Off Script - Burke Perry
We’re a nation that believes in having a plan for everything from our meals to our careers. But what happens when circumstances force us to throw our plans out the window? This week we’ll take a look at how one great biblical figure handled an incredibly disappointing change of plans…and list a few ways our faith can help keep us on track in uncertain times. One thing that is certain—we’ll be consuming some of Gene Moser’s delicious biscuit sandwiches between services.
This week, Pastor Doug will be bringing back the omelet bar which some like more than his teaching! As you munch on your omelet, Pastor Doug is going to discuss how Jesus would have voted in the past election, how Pastor Doug is losing his mind, something called the Feynman Technique, and quoting a guy named Munger with a bad word in the quote! I hope you’re ready cuz we’re not sure we are. Don’t miss “The Illusion of Competence”.
You, "the people", selected Brian's message that kicks off the Pastor's Choice series this Sunday (well, those who saw his post on Facebook looking for your input a couple months ago!). For the first Sunday in 2021 we'll discover 3 things 2020 taught us about church. You'll also enjoy Hardee's new cinnamon rolls (Brian would have preferred the now retired Cinnamon and Raisin biscuits . . . thanks a lot, 2020!)
You’ve heard the saying, “Who’s your daddy”? When it comes to God and earthly leaders, that becomes a real question we have to have an answer for. This Sunday, Pastor Doug will look at what God has to say about those in authority over us in light of the laws of God. Who do we obey and how do we do it? Don’t miss the final message in the series, The Christmas Dilemma.
When we finally come to Christmas Eve, we can feel like somehow we missed Christmas. We were so busy worrying about every little detail that the joy of Christmas seems to have been stolen from our hearts. This Christmas Eve, Pastor Doug will look at the fear of the shepherds that first Christmas night and the joy the angels proclaimed for them and for you.
Before the advent of the internet, you would see “no vacancy” signs outside of hotels and motels along the roadways. If the word “no” was l.it up, it meant there were no rooms. Mary and Joseph needed a room and they came to an innkeeper. This Sunday, Pastor Doug will look at the story of the innkeeper and ask the question, “Is there room in our Christmas for Jesus?”