Sunday, April 29, 2018

Loving Jesus

Listen to "Loving Jesus" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 4-29-18

When you love someone, Bryan Adams sings, you'll do anything. You'll do all the crazy things that you can't explain.

So when was the last time you did anything crazy for Jesus?

This Sunday at White Pine, in our study of John 14:1-25, we'll watch someone who loved Jesus do for Him what others called crazy. And we'll celebrate what He did out of love for us, crazy as it was.

Notes and Discussion Questions - Loving Jesus

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Loving Jesus" by Greg Sidders

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Early Edition

Listen to "Early Edition" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 4-22-18

If you knew, beyond a doubt, what was going to happen tomorrow, how would it affect the way you live today?

That may sound like an absurd question, but not if you know someone who really does know the future. And not if he is willing to tell you what he knows.

Mark 13 is a chapter in which Jesus tells us what he knows about the future, so that we can live more wisely in the present. I hope you will to this Sunday's message at White Pine for a life-changing preview of end-times headlines.

Notes and Discussion Questions - Early Edition

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Early Edition" by Greg Sidders

Sunday, April 15, 2018

The Applause Of Heaven

Listen to "The Applause Of Heaven" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 4-15-18

When God thinks of you, does He smile?

If the face of Jesus is any indication, the answer is: It depends. How God feels about you is not unrelated to your behavior.

So what kind of behavior pleases God? And what might we do to displease Him? We'll find out this Sunday at White Pine in our study of Mark 12:35-44.

Notes and Discussion Questions - The Applause Of Heaven

Notes and Discussion Questions, "The Applause Of Heaven" by Greg Sidders

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Lopsided Spirituality

Listen to "Lopsided Spirituality" by Greg Sidders, Sunday, 4-8-18

If you've ever flipped through the pages of a Bible or listened to a sermon series or seen the bookshelf in a pastor's office, it may surprise you to hear that all of God's expectations can be condensed to a single tweet.

It only took Jesus 140 characters to tell a man who was buried in religious rules and regulations what matters most to God. This Sunday at White Pine, we'll let His simple teaching in Mark 12:28-34 show us how we can become more of what He created us to be. 

Notes and Discussion Questions - Lopsided Spirituality

Notes and Discussion Questions, "Lopsided Spirituality" by Greg Sidders