Psalms: Psalm 150

Jake Goetze | Sunday, July 7, 2019

Today we’re embarking on a new series in the book of Psalms, and Jake kicks it off by opening to Psalm 150 – a short Psalm that nevertheless lays a kind of framework for praise.

Psalms: Psalm 42 & 43

Garrett Birkeland | Sunday, July 14, 2019

Garrett talks us through Psalms 42 & 43 and how we can praise God even when we are experiencing “Spiritual Depression”

Psalms: Psalm 1

Scott Hetherington | Sunday, July 28, 2019

Today we go back with Scott to very first chapter of Psalms, which centers around the power of God’s word – the best self-help book ever written.

Psalms: Psalm 140 & 141

Jake Goetze | Sunday, August 4, 2019

David’s Psalm 140 and Psalm 141 mirror each other, and both teach us about the awful power of tongue. Some words are helpful; some words are hurtful–but all words are consequential.

Psalms: Psalm 23

Garrett Birkeland | Sunday, August 11, 2019

“The Lord is my shepherd…” Thus begins David’s 23rd Psalm, one of the most oft-quoted and beloved Psalms in the Bible; a comfort to martyrs, cited by presidents, simple enough for a child, yet full of theological depth. Garrett helps us understand the rich imagery in this beautiful poem.

Psalms: Psalm 51

Scott Hetherington | Sunday, August 18, 2019

Scott teaches us about Psalm 51, where David shows us how having a broken and contrite heart when asking forgiveness brings us closer to God.

Psalms: Psalm 30

Phil Pierson | Sunday, August 25, 2019

Guest speaker Phil closes our series in Psalms with Psalm 30 and his own remarkable testimony.