Be Still And Know: Just Get In The Boat

Steve Lindsley (Mark 4: 35-41) I remember the first and only time I have seen a waterspout – a tornado over the water, essentially.  Years ago, working at Camp Seafarer, a YMCA camp on the Neuse River just outside of New Bern.  I was a counselor for a couple of...

Be Still and Know: God Takes Creation by the Hand

Rebecca Heilman (Psalm 46) One of the last shows I saw in New York City, was the Broadway production of Hadestown. It’s a production set in the Greek mythological underworld of Hadestown, where, Hades, lives with his wife Persephone, the goddess of Spring. The writer...

Created Anew: The Trip Down Is Harder Than The Hike Up

(Beginning this Sunday, we will no longer post sermon audio.  Please head over to our “Watch Worship” page for audio/video of the entire service). This Sunday marks the conclusion of the sermon series Rebecca and I began back on the second Sunday of January.  We’ve...

Created Anew: Where Vulnerability Meets Remembering

Steve Lindsley (Isaiah 40: 21-31) (Beginning this Sunday, we no longer will post sermon audio.  Please head over to our “Watch Worship” page for audio/video of the entire service). Remembering is easy, until it is not.  You recall something, and then you...

Created Anew: As One With Authority

Steve Lindsley (Mark 1: 21-28) Let me ask you something: if you were launching a new initiative – a business venture, a new years resolution, or, I don’t know, three years of ministry as the son of God – if you were beginning something new, what would you...