Might I Remind You – 2nd Peter 1:5-7 (Teaching)

This is just the teaching:

Pastor Scott continues his farewell tour by exploring the Effort to Effect that Peter talks about in 2nd Peter 1:5-7.

“5 For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; 6 and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; 7 and to godliness, mutual affection; and to mutual affection, love.”

These things build on one another, and Pastor Scott argues that they build on one another and are different than what Holy Spirit gives us when we become a Christian.

Might I Remind You – 2nd Peter 1:5-7 (Full Service)

This is the full service!

Pastor Scott continues his farewell tour by exploring the Effort to Effect that Peter talks about in 2nd Peter 1:5-7.

“5 For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; 6 and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; 7 and to godliness, mutual affection; and to mutual affection, love.”

These things build on one another, and Pastor Scott argues that they build on one another and are different than what Holy Spirit gives us when we become a Christian.

Might I Remind You – 2nd Peter 1:3 (Full Service)

This is the full service!

As Pastor Scott prepares to leave us as Pastor, he wanted to finish his time here by leading us through a sermon series in 2nd Peter where Peter is planning to leave.

In verse 3, Peter writes that we’ve been given everything we need, by God, to live a Godly life, Pastor Scott reminds us of the importance of putting our faith in God, and not men.

Might I Remind You? – 2nd Peter 1:3

As Pastor Scott prepares to leave us as Pastor, he wanted to finish his time here by leading us through a sermon series in 2nd Peter where Peter is planning to leave.

In verse 3, Peter writes that we’ve been given everything we need, by God, to live a Godly life, Pastor Scott reminds us of the importance of putting our faith in God, and not men.

Christmas Eve 2021 – Hopes and Fears

This was our Christmas Eve service! We sang some carols, had communion, talked about how Jesus can take our hopes and fears, and pastors Scott and Christiaan spoke about stuff.

Weird Church – Peace Out, Go Be Weird – Teaching

This is only the Teaching portion of the message.

To hear Linda’s ‘Thank You’ to the Women’s Ministry team, and Pastor Christian’s talk about Fear, and why it’s important for Shoal Creek to be the refuge submitted to God that Pastor Scott’s been talking about, check out the Full Service.

Pastor Scott finished out his Weird Church series by encouraging the congregation to go out and be weird by taking the things he’s talked about and actually putting them into action – handling conflict, keeping joy, pursuing peace, and more.

Finally, Pastor Scott also shares an update involving the future of the Church and some staff updates.

Weird Church – Peace Out, Go Be Weird – Full Service

This is the full service, including worship with special guests Tom, Daniel, Linda, and Pastor Christiaan.

After worship there was a thank you from Linda for all the people who helped her restart the women’s ministry.

Pastor Christiaan spoke about “Fear” leading into the Christmas Eve service and shared one of his fears about the future of the Church if we didn’t decide as a church to be the Refuge submitted to God that Holy Spirit has called the church to be.

Pastor Scott finished out his Weird Church series by encouraging the congregation to go out and be weird by taking the things he’s talked about and actually putting them into action – handling conflict, keeping joy, pursuing peace, and more.

Finally, Pastor Scott also shares an update involving the future of the Church and some staff updates.

Weird Church – What’s Joy Got to Do with It? (Teaching)

Joy is often described as the Christianese term for happiness.

But Joy is much more than just happiness, Joy is something that has to take hold in our lives, and when it does it creates a cyclical pattern of making us generous (not just with money, this isn’t one of *those* sermons) which then gives us more joy because we’re generous.

Having Joy is also an indicator of an inward condition and transformation, it doesn’t mean you’re never sad or have issues, but if you’re constantly complaining, fighting, and have no joy in your life, it could be a sign of a deeper issue.

This is the teaching only version!