God is Omniscient Follow-Up May 30, 2016

What a great day Sunday was! All 3 of our services were able to worship together, and we were blessed to be led in singing by our Spanish language worship team. Then, we all enjoyed a picnic lunch outside with games, a bounce house, and a baking competition. Thank you to all who worked so hard planning, cooking, setting up, taking down, and organizing the day.

In Sunday’s sermon we were reminded that the God we worship knows all things! He knows the past, present, and future. He knows the secret things in our hearts and minds. He does not learn; He simply knows all. On Sunday we heard that God’s omniscience is meant to encourage us to pray biblically (Matt. 6), and to worship God with fear and trembling. The Psalms remind us that God’s knowledge is too wonderful for us. Here are some discussion from Sunday’s sermon: God is Omniscient Notes.


-Pastor Nathan Hogan

God is Immutable Follow-Up May 23, 2016

Our God does not change! His character, nature, and promises are always the same. He can always be relied upon. What wonderful news this is for us as we live in a world that is ever-changing. We discussed God’s unchanging nature on Sunday (His immutability). Here are the discussion questions, if you missed them: God is Immutable Notes.

-Pastor Nathan Hogan

God is Eternal Follow-Up May 16, 2016

God is eternal. He has no beginning and no ending. He transcends time. He is the Lord of time, and uses time for His own purposes. This is what we learned about together on Sunday as we discussed the eternity of God. As we applied this attribute of God to our lives we saw that God’s eternity should weaken our trust in the things of this world and strengthen our trust in God, as only He is eternal.

Here are the sermon notes from the bulletin: God is Eternal Notes.


-Pastor Nathan Hogan

God is Omnipresent Follow-Up May 9, 2016

Where is God? He is everywhere! The universe cannot contain God, because He created it! As we saw on Sunday, we live our lives before the face of God, and He is our ever-present help in time of need.

Here are the discussion questions from Sunday’s bulletin: God is Omnipresent Notes.


-Pastor Nathan Hogan

God is Spirit Follow-Up May 2, 2016

This last Sunday we launched into a new series that will take us through the summer. We are going to study the attributes of God as we seek to better know the God we worship. This week we started by answering the question: What is God? We saw that God is Spirit. Here is a copy of the sermon notes and discussion questions: God is Spirit Notes.

-Pastor Nathan Hogan