Good Different

As followers of Jesus, we have been made different to make a difference. This world is not our home, and we can be very lonely, especially when suffering for our faith. But we are loved by God, and by his strength and grace that enables us to joyfully trust and obey Him, we can live for Christ in a way that compels the world to reconsider how it views us and Jesus. God intends for us to be different in a way that presents a good and compelling alternative to others in the world.

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Renewal

Renewal – God’s Plan for Such a Time as This – Ezra/Nehemiah/Esther The Lord longs for His people not merely to return to a physical place but to renew their spiritual hearts. We will be trusting the Lord to renew our hearts, regardless of what our return to our building may or may not look like this summer.

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Special Messages

Messages for the Forcey Community during this season of mandated “social distancing” to slow the spread of the corona virus (covid-19).


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No Matter What: Good News for All Times

Because of the gospel, even in uncertain times there are certain realities we can count on NO MATTER WHAT! Writing from prison to the Philippians, Paul highlights many of these sure gospel truths. The letter is full of GOOD NEWS that gives hope and courage to hearts in ALL TIMES! As we are striving to “See Jesus,” in 2020, Paul and the Philippians provide real life models of what it looks like to see Jesus in uncertain times.

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Seeing Jesus – The Gospel of Luke

There’s going to be a lot competing for our vision and attention in 2020. It will be urgent for us to “see Jesus” this year – not to lose sight of Him in the midst of everything else. Luke went on a great journey to discover Jesus – he worked hard to compile his gospel in a way that would be accurate and trustworthy. And through the stories of others, he came to see Jesus. And now we will allow him to lead us to see and follow Jesus!

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Riding Together on Route 78

We take a look at the Biblical vision for intergenerational ministry found in Psalm 78 and throughout the scripture. Pastor Mike Foster unpacks this topic with us and issues a 78-day challenge (between January 19 and Palm Sunday) to pursue intergenerational relationships and interactions.

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