Sunday, January 14, 2018

Stranger Than Fiction

Watch "Stranger Than Fiction" By Greg Sidders
White Pine Community Church January 14, 2018








How do you turn a man, great as he may be, into a god?
 
You start with facts, but then you mix in some fiction. A miracle here, a claim to deity there. You Photoshop your hero until he becomes superhuman.

This is what many people believe Christians have done to Jesus.  We have mythologized him into a Messiah--the kind of God we want and need.

But do historical documents support that theory, or do they have a compelling ring of truth?
 
We're going to examine Mark 7:24 - 8:30 to see if the Jesus of the Bible is a man-made myth or the God-sent Messiah.

Monday, January 1, 2018

Increasing Our Impact

Watch " Increasing Our Impact" By josh Sibert
White Pine Community Church December 31, 2017






Do you ever have the desire to accomplish something BIG...something that helps a lot of people?  Me too. And who better to learn from than one who has impacted the lives of millions?
Join us as we focus on two days in the life of Jesus during which He shows us a couple of tips on how we can be pushed and enabled to have a BIG impact on others around us...in ways that are truly helpful.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

How Great People Live

Watch " How Great People Live " By Greg Sidders
White Pine Community Church December 17, 2017


Who is your favorite Bible character?
More importantly, who was Jesus' favorite Bible character?
We will find out not only who it was, but why. In the process we will learn how to become great in the eyes of God.


Sunday, December 10, 2017

REV.YOU

Watch "REV.YOU" By Greg Sidders
White Pine Community Church December 10, 2017







If you only knew how much potential you have to help others live forever, it would blow your mind.

And it would change the way you read your Bible. You would read about how powerfully God used the twelve apostles, and it would give you a vision of how powerfully He wants to use you. And you would realize that the instructions He gave them (like those in Mark 6:7-13), He is also giving you. And when you followed those instructions, you would get the same results that the apostles got, and feel the same satisfaction they felt.

But that's just wishful thinking, right? God would never really use us like He used them, would He?

Watch and find out.

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Advent, The Coming

Watch "Advent, The Coming" By Greg Sidders
White Pine Community Church December 3, 2017











If you're anything like me, you're susceptible to allowing the busyness of the Christmas season to eclipse the significance of it. 
That's why Advent matters. It's a way to create space in our minds and hearts for the good news we hear every Christmas-that God has wrapped Himself in human flesh and come near to us. 
To help you and your family really celebrate Christmas this year, I'd like to offer these two suggestions:
1.  Begin using this Advent Calendar today to bring the spirit of Christmas into your home.
2.  Watch our family-friendly Advent kickoff 

Merry Christmas!

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Whatever It Takes

Watch "Whatever It Takes" By Josh Sibert
White Pine Community Church November 12, 2017

It is so common to think...

"If Jesus really cared, He would not let my life be so hard."

"The window for Jesus to help me is long gone."

"My life is better without Jesus in it."

 
If you can relate, Jesus wants you to know that those statements are so far from being reality.  We will look at one crazy day in Jesus' life where He proves that He still cares, that He can restore your life, and that He will do whatever it takes to help.

The Faith Factor

Watch "The Faith Factor" By Greg Sidders
White Pine Community Church November 19, 2017











Imagine a world without tears. 

Revelation 21 gives us a vision of a future without pain or death--but how can we be sure it's more than just a pipe dream? 

Because of what happened in the past. As we will see in Mark 5:21--6:6, Jesus conquered disease and death. As it was then, so it will be when He returns.

Which leaves just one question: What about "in the meantime"? Find out how the present can be more like the past and the future.