Sabbath Heart

Sabbath Heart

The Good Gardener

Pastor Jeff Knott continues the Sermon Series on Sabbath Heart with “The Good Gardener”: Rhythm of rest – this pendulum swing between work and rest or how Jesus put it between abiding and fruitfulness. After a season of engaging in work, you intentionally enter a time of stopping. The purpose of that is to be replenished, to fill your tank, to focus on the One who gives…

Stay Connected

Pastor Jeff Knott continues the Sermon Series on Sabbath Heart with “Stay Connected”: People are looking for life in all the wrong places. What Jesus is claiming to be is the most important, the sole source of life. Jesus alone is the true source of life. He’s our answer if we have a question; He’s our remedy if we have a problem; He’s our destiny if we’re looking for…

Lord of the Sabbath

Pastor Jeff Knott continues the sermon series “God Wants Us to Have a Sabbath Heart” with “Lord of the Sabbath”: Sabbath gives us permission to stop regularly. We get to choose that our lives would be restored, we get to choose space for us to have life again. That’s really good news in a 24/7, more is better, life depends on me, kind of world. What Sabbath does is…

Twin Passages

Pastor Jeff Knott continues the sermon series on “God Wants Us to Have a Sabbath Heart” with “Twin Passages”: In the book of Exodus, Sabbath is grounded in God’s activity of creation, but in Deuteronomy Sabbath is grounded in God’s action of liberation from Egypt. There are two different foundations for the Sabbath commandment: Sabbath based on Creation and Sabbath based…

Sabbath Heart

Pastor Jeff Knott begins a new series “God Wants Us to Have a Sabbath Heart” with “Sabbath Heart”: We have a contemporary beatitude “Blessed are the busy.” It’s part of the illusion that we can do it all. There’s a cost to busyness. Pastor Mark Buchanan says, “Busyness makes us stop caring about the things we care about.” When we’re busy, something or someone gets missed.…