Showing posts from January, 2021

Hebrews 2: Listen More

It might feel like an echo, but it's actually the love of repetition. The second chapter of Hebrews sounds a lot like the first: magnifying the holiness of Jesus, the love of Jesus, and the saving power of Jesus.  There's nothing more important than the saving love of Jesus Christ. The author is pleading with his audience to understand that. Our church is aching to understand that more. We hope that the love of Jesus is a reality in your life today. If you want to follow along with the reading, click here .  If you want to learn more about our church, or have a prayer request, email us here . Want to join us on a Sunday morning at 10:30am? Here's where you'll find us:

Hebrews 1: Speaking/Listening

We're entering into a new season at Blomkest Baptist. We're beginning our in-person services again every Sunday at 10:30AM beginning Sunday, January 24. We will still be pre-recording and posting messages on this site, as well as doing our Zoom broadcasts on Sunday morning. We're also beginning a series on the book of Hebrews. This week we dig in to Hebrews 1, looking at the way God speaks to his people and the incredible gift of the grace and goodness of Jesus. Follow along in chapter one by clicking here . If you would like to join us in person, you can find our church here .  If you would like more information about joining us over Zoom, you can click here .

Wow: Humbling Ourselves at the Thought of God's Grace

We've talked through Ephesians 2 before, but it's important to remind ourselves of how incredible the saving works of Jesus Christ are. We didn't clean ourselves up to be accepted by God, Jesus cleansed us and we are accepted by God.  The freedom we have because of Christ is more incredible than we realize. We'll be back in person on January 24th at 10:30AM. We'll continue to pre-record and post, as well as broadcast over Zoom. For more information, click here  and send us an email. 

Humility - January 10, 2020

Confidence is not a bad thing, but it matters what we're confident in. When we over-inflate ourselves, at the expense of how we treat others, and at the expense of how we trust God, the results can be toxic.  We're looking at a few sections of scripture this week. Our main text is going to be from Luke 18 . We'll also be referencing Luke 14 and 15 , though.  We're looking at being back in person soon, and we're in the process of finalizing those plans. If you want to keep in the loop, email us here.  We'll still pre-record our messages and post them here, and we'll still do our Zoom broadcasts, but we're excited to meet in person soon again.

Faithful - January 3, 2021

It's a common thing to make resolutions, especially around our faith, going into the new year. It's normal. We're not leaving a normal year, though, and the next year is picking up where the last one left off. So what's this mean for how we meet with God? What does this mean for our thoughts about him and what he thinks about us? We look at Psalm 42 this week, where the author (probably David) is away from his house of worship and giving his heart a reminder about the faithfulness of God and to trust in God for redemption of his circumstances. We hope you're blessed going into the new year, and we're glad you came to wrestle alongside us as we worship. We hope to see you soon. To email us, click here .