Follow the Shepherd (Psalm 23:6) : Psalm 23:6 (July 26, 2020, 7:31 a.m. )
Do you want to make a difference in this life? Do you want to have a full life? In week six of our series, Psalm 23, pastor Jon Kragel shares how the key to having abundant life is following the Good Shepherd. When you follow Jesus, goodness and mercy follow you.
Don't Give Satan a Seat (Psalm 23:5) : Psalm 23:5 (July 19, 2020, 7:24 p.m. )
During troubling times, what voices are you listening to? What kinds of "food" are you feeding your mind? Do you struggle with negative self talk? Maybe you have allowed an unwanted guest at your table. In week five of our series, Psalm 23, pastor Jon Kragel shares how Jesus has prepared a feast in the middle of our fight (Psalm 23:5). And when you are having supper with the Good Shepherd, don't give Satan a seat.
Turn to the Shepherd (Psalm 23:4) : Psalm 23:4 (July 12, 2020, 7:24 p.m. )
In week four of our series, Psalm 23, pastor Jon Kragel shares how Jesus dealt with the substance of death so that all that remains is its shadow. The key to comfort in troubling times is to the turn to the Shepherd.
Listen to the Shepherd (Psalm 23:3) : Psalm 23: 3 (July 5, 2020, 11:38 a.m. )
In week three of our series, Psalm 23, pastor Jon Kragel shares the importance of listening to the Good Shepherd. You don't need the map if you stay close to the guide (Psalm 23:3).
Trust the Shepherd (Psalm 23:2) : Psalm 23:2 (June 28, 2020, 6:10 p.m. )
In week two of series, Psalm 23, past Jon Kragel shares that rest is about proximity, not productivity. The key to finding rest is trusting in the Good Shepherd.
Know the Shepherd (Psalm 23:1) : Psalm 23:1 (June 21, 2020, 6:47 p.m. )
In week one of our new series, Psalm 23: Peace in the Valley, pastor Jon Kragel shares from verse one the value of knowing God as your shepherd. Unless you can say, "God is my Shepherd," you will never be able to say, "I shall not want." The key to contentment is knowing God as your Shepherd.