Sunday, September 25, 2016

Notes and Discussion Questions - Touching God

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Touching God" by Greg Sidders

Touching God

Is it possible to touch God--and survive?
I know how hard it is to imagine touching a God who is intangible, but there are many passages of Scripture in which physical contact between God and humans does occur. How is that possible? What does a touch from God feel like? What are the lingering results? We'll find answers to these questions and more this Sunday at White Pine.

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Notes and Discussion Questions - Hearing God

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Hearing God" by Greg Sidders

Hearing God

The fact that God is invisible is hard enough. Does he have to be inaudible too?
Some would say, "Inaudible? Hardly! He speaks to me regularly." But many of us either have never heard His voice, or haven't heard it for so long that we wonder if we would still recognize it.
In this Sunday's service at White Pine, we find out whether our experience of hearing--or not hearing--God is normal or abnormal, and we'll see whether we need to hear His voice in order to live the life He created us to live.can

Monday, September 12, 2016

Notes and Discussion Questions - Finding God

Finding God

How can you have a relationship with an invisible, inaudible, untouchable God?  How can you even know He exists?  Listen to this Sunday's service as we search for answers to life's deepest questions.


Sunday, September 4, 2016

Notes and Discussion Questions - The Heart Of God

Notes and Discussion Questions, "The Heart Of God" by Greg Sidders

The Heart Of God

Listen to "The Heart Of God" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 09-04-16

If you want to know what God is like, listen to the stories Jesus tells.
This Sunday, we're going to do exactly that. We're going to study three stories that Jesus told in one sitting that all teach the very same thing about God. By the time we're done, you will love God more, and you will have a clearer picture of how He wants to use you in the lives of others. I hope you will listen to this encouraging glimpse into the heart of God.