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Waiting Room

What do you do when there’s nothing you can do? What do you do when you look into the future and the future is not really what you’d hoped it would be – and you’re not sure if it will ever change? It’s when you walk out of your supervisor’s office with your severance notice; it’s when your fiancé says, “I’m having second thoughts”; it’s when the doctor says, “We’ve done all we can do.” In those moments, where do we find hope? Where do we find strength? Where do we find God?

Waiting And Wondering

March 4, 2018 by Mark Stuenzi Message 1 of 4

We've all experienced periods of waiting—times when something is wrong, but we can't fix it ourselves. It's hard being there, waiting, not knowing the outcome. And in those moments it's easy to question God and wonder if we've been forgotten. But God's silence is not evidence of his indifference; there's more going on than we know. So how do we "wait well" during these times?

The Pieces of My Life

March 11, 2018 by Mark Stuenzi Message 2 of 4

Life comes to us a piece at a time, almost as individual ingredients that make up the larger recipe. There are seasons of life filled with joy and prosperity, while others are filled with hardship and loss. Even when we can't see the bigger picture of God's plan for our lives, we can trust that God is always working to make something that is all-together beautiful.

Waiting Room or Work Room?

March 18, 2018 by Mark Stuenzi Message 3 of 4

Jesus told his followers that unavoidable trials aren’t aberrations, they are expectations. And as difficult as it may be to believe, they can actually serve a beneficial purpose. Why? Because God can redeem, use, or work through the undeserved and unavoidable trials in our lives, even when we can't see it. But in order for that to happen, we must remember the character of God, believe and persevere.

Palm Sunday

March 25, 2018 by Dan White Message 4 of 4

Good Friday was the darkest day in human history, but Friday was not the end of the story. The time between the crucifixion and resurrection was only a few days, but it seemed like a lifetime to the disciples. They had dedicated their lives to following Christ but now that dream had ended. The story of Easter teaches us that God will have the final word. We may be living in Friday, but Sunday is coming.