Sunday, August 13, 2017


Listen to "Superpowers" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 08-13-17

What's your superpower?

I know you're no superhero, but if you are a Jesus-follower, you are supernaturally gifted. This Sunday at White Pine, I hope to help you discover the gift God has implanted in you and how to best use it to channel His love and power.

Notes and Discussion Questions - Superpowers

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Superpowers" by Greg Sidders

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Notes and Discussion Questions - Unsung Heroes

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Unsung Heroes" by Greg Sidders

Unsung Heroes

Listen to "Unsung Heroes" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 08-06-17

There's a reason why athletes and actors thank all those people you've never heard of when they win an award. It's because they know that without a behind-the-scenes team, they would never achieve the success that makes them famous. They are merely the tip of an iceberg of talent.

Christ's church has that same mix of center-stage and backstage people who together accomplish what no one could accomplish alone. This Sunday at White Pine, we are going to pull back the curtain and celebrate those unsung heroes who give so much of themselves to help others find and follow Jesus.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

God's Symphony

Listen to "God's Symphony" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 07-30-17

Can you believe that God wants to use you like no one else?

It's true.  Your heavenly Father created you, and Christ redeemed you, and the Holy Spirit has equipped you to share His love with others in a totally unique way.

This Sunday I hope to help you begin a discovery process that will lead to you being used by God like never before.

Notes and Discussion Questions - God's Symphony

Notes and Discussion Questions, "God's Symphony" by Greg Sidders

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Building Others Up

Listen to "Building Others Up" by Josh Siebert, Sunday, 07-23-17

Alice Roosevelt Longworth once said, "If you haven't got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me."

We smile because there is nothing quite like talking about other people, especially if it's juicy.  The problem is that it kills relationships and damages everyone involved, including you.

So how do we discuss issues and others in a way that makes life better?  Join us this Sunday as we study the discipline of building each other up.